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21 December 2012

Gotta Love The Media

This story is breathlessly reporting about how Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) and Representative Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY 4) have introduced bills that will ban high capacity magazines.

I found the bills they were referring to.

McCarthy's H.R. 308 introduced on 18JAN11 and  Lautenberg's S.32, introduced on 25JAN11.

Both have been languishing in committee for nearly two years.  We've had an ELECTION since those bills were introduced!

They did not put these bills up in response to Colorado or Sandy Hook.  They are taking advantage of the crisis to push their agenda.

We gunnies are well familiar with Frank and Carolyn.  They've introduced bills like this since the AWB expired.

It's sad, really, it's always the same Congresscritters and always the same verbiage.

1 comment:

  1. HR 1022, S 32, HR 308? Hell Texas statute 30-06 signs.

    What's with anti gunners using gun numerology for their bills?

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