Coming after our guns
Here they come, Americans. The liberals now have the “firepower” — pun intended— to make a huge push toward their “assault,” also intended, on your Second Amendment rights. Sen. Dianne Feinstein has a bill that she will introduce in early 2013 that has more restrictions than the TSA.
But this is only for us individuals. The elite leftists will still be allowed to have armies of bodyguards and personal protectors. Their security detail will be exempt from such regulations because, well, they're liberals. Libs follow the age-old saying of “Do what we say, not what we do.” It's no different from John Kerry and Al Gore preaching about carbon footprints, then flying in private jets all over the planet to spew their anti-American rhetoric.
They will make a play to completely ban all semi-automatic weapons. If this passes, they will then go after ammunition. Since previously purchased weapons will be grandfathered in, the ammo is the only way to really restrict them. The cost of all bullets will skyrocket because of a tax increase and make them nearly impossible to afford.
Then, the Fed will have a government buy-back program to purchase guns at an extremely reduced price.
Justin J. Bandurski
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