Full Court Press On Banning Firearms

Friday, January 25, 2013

Here it comes from Diane Feinstein, and others with their full court press on banning the sale of a wide variety of firearms. Other than violating the 2nd Amendment, her and her buddies ultimately want a complete ban on firearms for civilians, and she has said that she would if she had the votes. 

One of her peers from New York was complaining about 20 babies being killed in that tragedy. The interesting aspect of that is the lack of outrage from that part of the aisle at almost 60 million babies lives terminated by abortion, since Roe v.

Wade.

Brian Foley

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