2A - Moron CA Los Angles local Politician has cure for more guns off of the streets

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    2A - Moron CA Los Angles local Politician has cure for more guns off of the streets

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    Posted: 02/21/2013 1257 PM PST
    February 22, 2013 5:49 AM GMTUpdated: 02/21/2013 09:49:07 PM PST

    My Comments: A Tax is a Tax. The Progressive Left Love Taxes.

    ......The Firearm Safety and Buyback Grant of 2013, also known as H.R. 793, would establish a grant program through the Department of Justice to be distributed to local law enforcement agencies for gun buyback programs, as well as anti-violence and gun safety campaigns, the congresswoman said.

    ......The funds for the proposed grant program would come from a 10 percent tax on new sales of "concealable" firearms, such as handguns, which are most commonly involved in gun violence, Sanchez said. (note: how it is not about 'Assualt Weapons' now - get that? Where did the big bad ugly feature Assualt Weapons go:)

    My Comments: How much of this 10% Tax will not be directed at gun buy-back? Hey, they elected her. She has no economic background or sense, but she is 'doing it for the children'. Morons!

    ......Sanchez said that while no one law will be a panacea to address all the nation's problems with gun violence, H.R. 793 is an important step in the right direction.

    ......"We're not talking about infringing on the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution," Baca said. "We believe we're not asking too much."

    My Comments: Economics and scale. How much of this 10% tax will end up going for the buy-back programs? At the cost they pay to buy-back in the article (read it for the numbers), how many new hand guns will have to be sold to just buy back 10 old weapons off of the street? Progressive Left people do not do math well. That explains why the CA state budget is so, um, unbalanced.

    ......"Getting guns off the streets does make communities safer," Sanchez said. (A new tax on legal lawful citizens buying new firearms Gets "Guns off of the streets?" = she is a moron)

    Read more: Rep. Linda Sanchez authors law to fund gun buybacks with tax on gun purchases - Whittier Daily News Rep. Linda Sanchez authors law to fund gun buybacks with tax on gun purchases - Whittier Daily News
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    Wrong on 3 points.........

    #1 --- Unconstitutionally taxing certain weapons

    #2 --- Usually its only law abiding citizens that do gun buy backs

    #3 --- Will have no impact on what she finds heart breaking(mostly gang related violence) -- "My heart breaks when I see story after story of gun violence," Sanchez said.
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    Hey, as soon as they offer $400 for a gun buy back I'm down for it. I've got an old rusty Jennings and a $15 Russian BB gun that I've been saving for just the occasion. LOL :) :)

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    This idea is wrong on so many levels, but ANGLICO you pointed out one glaring flaw - the money for the buyback program would come from a tax on new gun sales? How exactly is that reducing the number of guns? She obviously didn't think this through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokinFool View Post
    This idea is wrong on so many levels, but ANGLICO you pointed out one glaring flaw - the money for the buyback program would come from a tax on new gun sales? How exactly is that reducing the number of guns? She obviously didn't think this through.
    If I may Sir, you put 'Think' and 'She' in the same sentence. That was not technically an Oxymoron, but close. LOL
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    ANGLICO and goldshellback like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ANGLICO View Post
    If I may Sir, you put 'Think' and 'She' in the same sentence. That was not technically an Oxymoron, but close. LOL
    I think her goal is to reduce illegal firearms violence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokinFool View Post
    This idea is wrong on so many levels, but ANGLICO you pointed out one glaring flaw - the money for the buyback program would come from a tax on new gun sales? How exactly is that reducing the number of guns? She obviously didn't think this through.
    Once gun sales went down and the project didn't have enough funding, she'd then say "This is unacceptable! People have stopped buying guns just to evade this tax! We need more law-abiding citizens to buy new guns so that we can get money to buy back the guns that the criminals have stolen from them! We need to pass a new law, requiring people who are legally able, to buy at least one gun a month to fund our program!"

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    Given their logic they need to tax pot to fight the drug problem. That'll fix it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    Given their logic they need to tax pot to fight the drug problem. That'll fix it.


    I'd' be okay with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    Given their logic they need to tax pot to fight the drug problem. That'll fix it.
    lol! Excellent idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanuckQue View Post

    I'd' be okay with that.
    Perhaps we should tax murder, assault and robbery?

    Why would you tax one group of people to pay for another group's sins?

    Perhaps we should tax Muslims to pay for the war on terror?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokinFool View Post
    This idea is wrong on so many levels, but ANGLICO you pointed out one glaring flaw - the money for the buyback program would come from a tax on new gun sales? How exactly is that reducing the number of guns? She obviously didn't think this through.
    Thats because politicians dont think. For good reasons anyway.

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    Why don't they tax those who don't have a SD weapon because it is people like them who use up all of the LE resources.

    Everybody wants a new Fed Tax on somebody else.
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    So, get citizens to support the costs of crime some attribute to weapon-wielding criminals, beyond the costs they're already supporting for crimes committed by weapon-wielding criminals.

    What about the criminals, who aren't going to be buying over the counter, getting on the radar, doing a background check, or paying a tax of any kind? They get off scott-free? In a nutshell, kicking upstanding citizens in the teeth for what criminals do is the goal here. And that's what this hack calls a "plan"?

    Such added taxation (read: penalization) won't reduce crime; it won't catch criminals; it won't prolong criminals' removal from our society. It'll only further penalize upstanding, hard-working citizens who are already carrying these violent cretins on our backs.



    I've got an idea: "tax" criminals for the violent destruction they cause; erase them from society, permanently. Leave upstanding citizens alone, and leave them to defend themselves ('cause it's clear hacks such as this aren't defending them).
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