Since the Aurora shooting, the usual suspects who want to do anything and everything to take guns and ammo out of our hands are fast at work. Another Fast and Furious program of theirs straight from the head of the snake, the Creature in the White Mosque oval office.
Apparently James Holmes, the shooter in Colorado purchased over 6000 rounds of ammunition and the thinking of the usual gun grabbers is he had to have bought them from the Internet. Oddly enough, this same man had over 2000 guns and no job. So how did he afford to get all of those guns? Did he get them through the Fast and Furious program?
From Tim Brown’s article:
“…..knowing what Obama’s views on guns are. Not only would it put a halt to sales of unlimited amounts of ammunition on the internet and other mail orders, but it would also force ammunition dealers to report large sales of munitions to law enforcement.
This is the bill I was telling you about earlier that is sponsored by Democrats Sen. Frank Lauthenberg and Rep. Carolyn McCarthy. I know you are shocked it’s Democrats supporting this.
“The president’s view that have been relayed quite frequently over the last few days, you know, is that he believes in the Second Amendment of the Constitution, in the right to bear arms but he also believes that we should take robust steps within existing law to ensure that guns don’t fall in the hands of criminals or others [who] shouldn’t have them, said Earnest, referencing Obama’s comments to the National Urban League.
Now we know that Barack Obama would love nothing more than to disarm the American people. We know he wants full control over our lives, so all of this talk about “evaluating” this bill or any like it is simply code for “Yes the president is for any and all gun control laws, including those which would ban or regulate the sale of ammunition online or otherwise.”
Sen. Lautenberg said in a statement,
“If someone wants to purchase deadly ammunition, they should have to come face-to-face with the seller. It’s one thing to buy a pair of shoes online, but it should take more than a click of the mouse to amass thousands of rounds of ammunition.”
The Hill reports at least some good news,
The legislation is unlikely to make it into law.
Gun reform has become one of the most controversial issues in Washington in recent years, as the gun lobby has evolved into one of the most influential powers on Capitol Hill. President Obama and Mitt Romney, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, have been careful not to call for new reforms in the wake of the Aurora, Colo., tragedy. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said last week he has no plans to bring up gun-control legislation, and Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) has said the same.”
This is one reason why right now we have to be vigilant on what the Deviant is doing about gun control and those that support limiting the 2nd Amendment, which we hold sacred.