D.C. Attorney General Peter Nickles at it again

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    Thumbs down D.C. Attorney General Peter Nickles at it again

    From VA-ALERT

    DC AG: Gun amendment would raise terror risk
    **************************************************

    When the antis are losing, they will say anything to scare people into
    accepting gun control.

    Here they are saying the terror risk would be escalated if DC's
    citizens were lawfully armed.

    I would say there is a more real terror risk of the the rights of DC
    residents being crushed by the tyrants in the DC City Council:

    Nickles: Gun Amendment Would Raise Terror Risk

    washingtonpost.com
    Nickles: Gun Amendment Would Raise Terror Risk
    Associated Press
    Friday, April 3, 2009; 1:00 PM

    D.C. Attorney General Peter Nickles says a congressional amendment to weaken the city's gun laws would make the region more vulnerable to a terrorist attack.

    testifying Friday before a House subcommittee, Nickles said D.C. is
    already vulnerable because it is home to the federal government and
    numerous iconic buildings such as the White House.

    As a result, he said, "the district is the last place where residents
    across the country would want to allow assault weapons."

    Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev., has attached the amendment to a bill that
    would give D.C. its first full vote in Congress. Among other things,
    the amendment would repeal the city's restrictions on semiautomatic weapons and gun registration requirements.

    Friday's hearing comes as Democratic leaders strategize on how to move the voting rights legislation forward in the House.
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