“Assault Weapons” is a Made Up Political Term

Posted: December 24, 2012 in 2nd amendment, firearms, gungrabbers, guns, NRA, self-defense, shootng, weapons

“Responding to the massacre [at the Luby’s cafeteria], the Texas Legislature in 1995 passed a shall-issue gun law, which requires that all qualifying applicants be issued a Concealed Handgun License. . . .

“The law had been campaigned for by Dr. Suzanna Hupp, who was present at the massacre where both of her parents were shot and killed. She later expressed regret for obeying the law by leaving her firearm in her car rather than keeping it on her person due to the fact that it could have cost her chiropractic license.

“She testified across the country in support of concealed handgun laws, and was elected to the Texas House of Representatives in 1996.”

Wendell Goler of FOX let a gun-grabber strategist lie today about the Ft. Hood Massacre when he used that event as “proof” that “good guys with guns” doesn’t work. As with most leftists not planning to use military service as a springboard to the ruling class. the gun-grabber has enough disdain of the military to not even do his homework.Fort Hood personnel are not allowed to carry weapons on the base. Military weapons are only used for training or by base security, and personal weapons must be kept locked away by the provost marshal.

David Gregory mocked the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre for proposing that armed guards be at every school in America. But the NBC host seems to have no problem with 11 armed guards protecting his kids everyday at Sidwell Friends where they attend school in Washington and that number does not include the Secret Service detail for Obama’s daughters who attend the same school. Not only are they armed with fully automatic weapons but I bet in one of those Yukons there resides a hand-held anti-aircraft missile.

But having one armed trained police officer in each school is entirely inappropriate for the peasants. Our elected and media elites agree with the King of Id, “The peasants are revolting!” They mean it one way, but they might find the peasants mean it another.

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