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White House plans more Gun Control.

In the light of Gun Safety, our Beloved Leader is going to propose more Gun Control.

Considering the Administrations bungling of everything… and the hiding of the bungling… I think the best thing the Administration could do would be to disband the ATF.

8 Comments

  1. L's Gravatar L
    07/09/2011    

    BUAAAHAHAHAHHAHAHHA You called him “leader”. That is funny.

  2. toadold's Gravatar toadold
    07/09/2011    

    Shameless, and panicky, in part because the fund raising for 2012 is not going well. They are trying to appeal to the rich left gun control crowd. Numerous business and other groups that they have demonized or who they made promises to that they didn’t keep are withholding money.
    They have to get money now before things blow completely up in the next few months. It is suspected that money is needed not just for campaigning but to buy golden parachutes to keep insiders “sweet” and buy places to land for those who look likely to be kicked out of office in 2012.

  3. Mogg's Gravatar Mogg
    07/09/2011    

    There have been some calls for the dissolusion of the ATF,
    and while I wouldn’t shed a single tear if they were to go,
    Dumping the ATF would not get rid of the onerous laws which
    they enforce.
    Who then would enforce them ? I’m betting that the fact that the ATFs
    territory is already covered by overlapping federal and local jursdictions
    would go ‘unnoticed’
    So who would then be chosen to step into the ‘gap’ left by the ATFs
    dissaperance ?
    Who wants to lay bets that homeland security would be tapped for that ?
    Do we really waqnt them to be responsible for enforcing firearms regulations ?

    • Mamba1-0's Gravatar Mamba1-0
      07/09/2011    

      Sometimes it really is a case of “better the devil you know than the one you don’t.”

      Which is not to say, of course, that ATF wouldn’t benefit greatly from a huge ‘reform’. (As would most federal departments, agencies and bureaus, post-D’OHbama.)

    • 07/09/2011    

      I would expect the States to keep their own council, and continue to use the FBI database as they are doing.
      All the ATF does is drop in on dealers and fine them for not dotting their i’s.

  4. toadold's Gravatar toadold
    07/10/2011    

    The gun stores have never been the real problem, they were just easy targets for lazy ideological driven bureaucrats to bully.

  5. toadold's Gravatar toadold
    07/10/2011    

    Oh Joy, happy, happy.
    It appears that the Tampa ATF office “walked” about 1000 firearms to Honduras for the MS -13 gang.
    http://nation.foxnews.com/gunwalker-scandal/2011/07/10/atf-tampa-division-walked-guns-honduras-and-ms13-gang-members

  6. Sulaco's Gravatar Sulaco
    07/10/2011    

    They are saying this (Gun Walker) will be bigger than Iran Contra, we will see and one can hope! I have worked with ATF agents on and off for nearly 30 years and I have never met ONE that I would trust farther than I Could throw their building.

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