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Wednesday, June 21, 2006
GUN CONTROL MEANS USING BOTH HANDS
Nurse G with one of her guns.
I think there's hope for Canada. I've been encouraged lately that our neighbor to the North is beginning to accept certain real world realities. Like being nice to terrorists will not protect you and that some of the guns laws will never stop murders.
Canada is bidding Good riddance to the gun registry: From the start, many experts inside and outside government warned the Liberals their long-gun registry would turn out to be expensive yet hollow symbolism. Still, the idea was a vote-winner with the Liberals' central, urban and heavily female base, so even after those warnings proved correct, the Liberals clung to the myth that, eventually, registration would produce tangible results. They preserved it, after two computer systems chewed through over a third of a billion dollars and still produced unreliable information on gun owners nearly a quarter of the time. They persevered, even after the Auditor-General pronounced it to be one of the biggest messes she had ever seen from government.
8 IMAO's Top 10 Gun Safety tips: I think my favorite is #10 :~)
8 Instead of buggering with our Second Amendment, maybe those DC gasbags should try to control spending, as in our hard earned tax dollars. Remember how New York City bellyached about how Homeland Security was cutting some of their funding? Now it's time for the rest of us to bitch, because Gawker discovered how some of the money is being used: New York’s Homeland Security budget may have been tightened, but that’s no problem for the Hampton Jitney — they’ve been given $83K to keep the summer share crew safe, protected in their alcoholic bubble.