So, if I read that right, all police department and military purchases of firearms would have to involve a background check. Some of the cities with MAIG member mayors, if the purchase is being done in their name, for the police department say, would pass the NICS check.The failed bipartisan bill—crafted by Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Pat Toomey, R-Pa.—would have extended background checks to all commercial gun purchases, preventing people with criminal records from buying guns. President Barack Obama called its failure "shameful" and vowed to continue the fight for the legislation; though, since then the White House has remained largely silent on the issue. It's unlikely that the Republican-controlled House would ever support a similar measure.
Absolutely right! Besides, considering all of the MAIG members that have been convicted of felonies to date Bloomie should get his own house in order before telling the rest of us what to do.To be honest, I hope they keep it fresh in the minds of the sleeping giant. Clinton found out the hard way, O will to....
I say: get all of their names; remember them well, for when the time comes. They're gunnin' for our liberties. Treat them accordingly ... every last one of them.The tour, called "No More Names: The National Drive to Reduce Gun Violence," will travel to states to thank senators who supported the failed background check bill, as well as to pressure senators who voted against it.
Divulge broad law-breaking via 100% scans on everyone's phone records for no legitimate, warrantable reason? Treasonous, apparently.I don't condone what Snowden did, but why should he be considered any more treasonous than these clowns? These bozos see nothing wrong with trampling all over our Constitution.
lol, I gotta say those cronuts are damn good, especially when you aren't paying $40 each for them like the folks in Manhattan are.I pose a question "was the cronut named after Mayor Bloomberg". He's a nut that keeps standing around crowing-----mmm very interesting