Sunday, May 12, 2013

Now that these Democrats were caught on an open mic, I don't ever want to hear their garbage about guns again

For those familiar with the history of the Democrat Party, this particular revelation should come as no surprise.

Democrats at both the state and federal level keep pushing for taxes on gun purchases and registration. Democrats claim that they really aren't interested in reducing gun ownership or confiscating guns, but then you have statements such as this. From the New Jersey Star-Ledger:

As a committee hearing on new gun-control legislation began winding down Thursday, three state senators started chatting amongst themselves... What they didn't realize was the microphone was still on.

A recording of the exchange — which appears to be between Democrats Loretta Weinberg, Sandra Cunningham and Linda Greenstein — ended up on YouTube, and gun supporters said today they were upset by the remarks.

The recording opens with what sounds like a senator or staff member saying, "We needed a bill that was going to confiscate, confiscate, confiscate"...

Some of the new laws that will be voted on Monday in New Jersey will substantially raise the cost of obtaining a gun.

• Reinstating a seven-day "cooling-off" period. When someone qualifies for a permit, they would have to wait seven days before buying the gun — an effort to prevent domestic violence and suicide. The original package of bills would have removed the seven-day waiting period. "Someone who is heated and angry can’t just go out to the store and buy a gun right away," said Nicola Bocour, the project director of anti-gun violence group Ceasefire New Jersey.
• Currently, New Jersey residents have 90 days to buy a gun after getting a permit. Under the bill, they would have four years, but changes were made to make it easier for law enforcement to yank the permit.
• Residents who apply for permits would have to undergo training.
• All sales of ammunition online would be electronically sent to the State Police...

Waiting periods are associated with increased crime rates against women. The costs of mandated training will make it so that poor people who live in high crime urban areas will be disarmed.

These Democrats are the lowest of the low. If you trust a Democrat on anything -- anything -- you're gonna end up in the metaphorical rice paddies like a North Korean.

Update: Joe Huffman says the voice is that of State Senator Sandra Cunningham.

Hat tip: BadBlue Guns.

5 comments: said...

Marginally moral people suddenly given great power, access to other public money and immunity from a completely corrupt 'news' media with political opposition only from a cowardly, inept GOP leadership.

What could go wrong?

Anonymous said...

Yep - so much for all the libtards and hoplophobes claiming that 'no one wants to take your guns'. Of course never mind that has been their end game all along (as epitomized by 'diefi's famous turn them all in comment).

Doom said...

"metaphorical", really? I know, you are trying to help the timid take a step in the smart direction. Still, I think the truth should be told, unedited.

Mt Top Patriot said...

Ya, Hitler understood "gun control" real well. Kind of reminds one of some other tyrants we know around here. You control the guns, you control everything. pretty simple, like he said it best:
"It is convenient to have a system of laws where everyone is a criminal."

The unintended consequences of these scum, and that is exactly what these little tin pot tyrants are, is inescapable.

Our primal rights are not something these motherfuckers have the power to grant. They are ours period. End of the debate.
The arrogance and hubris of these treasonous scum is mind boggling. Who do they think they are, gods or something?

Stripping law abiding moral motivated people of their primal dignity and rubbing their noses in it is a very bad idea.

Anonymous said...

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