Senator Dianne Feinstein told TX Senator Ted Cruz. “I’m not a sixth-grader,” The Jurassic CA Senator may have a point. Thanks to the useless teachers unions that wreak havoc on our Public education system, it’s most likely not until eighth grade when students can comprehend the meaning of “SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED!” If it ever gets taught by the liberal indoctrination goon squad again.
Not content with bankrupting the country, big government hacks like Feinstein have decided what light bulbs we can use. They insist we must wear seat belts, motorcycle helmets and mandate that we buy health insurance. Nanny Bloomberg feels NYC residents aren't mature enough to choose the size of their soda drinks. Government PSAs have told us what to eat, not to bully, how to raise our kids and even how to sneeze. So pardon us Dianne if we’re not buying into your faux indignation act. Don’t want to be treated like a sixth-grader? Then stop treating all Americans like sixth-graders! As law-abiding citizens, WE WILL DECIDE what firearms we want to own.
She may as well be a sixth grader.
All in all she is one of the ones who looks down on most of the American people. I sure do wish the electorate would ever realize these are your employees not your masters. If they exhibit the type of disdain she does it's time to fire and re-hire.
No, we should ban poorly educated idiots (mainly conservatives) that think all they think all the 2nd Amendment says is "SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED". Sure, leave it up to Billy Bob and Vern to decide what firearms we can and can't have, bullying, handling healthcare, etc. That really got us far didn't it?
Actually I was thinking that we should ban all the liberal idiots in congress who think that the second amendment guarantees our rights to hunt deer.
She had two good friends and colleagues murdered in front of her with a gun she can be forgiven for having an opinion on the subject, learn some empathy.
The Supreme Court has already made very clear that "shall not be infringed" does allow for regulation, something not even any sane conservative would disagree because if the right to bear arms shall not be infringed then people can own anything up to nukes.
I'd be willing to bet that those people weren't shot by the Ar-15's that she is attempting to ban. So yours and her arguments based on her experience would be invalid. And for some reason I feel no desire to show my empathy towards her by denying the rights of law abiding citizens. Call me crazy, but the idea is conceptually stupid.
But if we are going to really try to take guns out of the hands of dangerous people then we should start by taking them away from liberals. After all they seem to be the ones creating all the crazed mass shooters in the country.
Ft Hood shooter- registered Democrat,
Columbine shooters- too young to vote, both families registered Democrat,
Virginia tech shooter-registered Democrat and wrote hate mail to Bush,
Colorado theater shooter- registered Democrat Obama campaign staffer and OWS supporter, Connecticutt School shooter- registered Democrat and hated Christians,
Chris Dorner, all you have to do is read the manifesto to know which side he was rooting for.
I think that would be a fair solution after all it's for the safety of the children.
You're funny, do you do stand-up comedy on weekends? I think you'd be happy living in a country where nothing but god fearing conservatives run the government. I hear Saudia Arabia and Iran are nice this time of year. How about Samolia where you can own any gun, or rocket launcher, that you'd like.
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Have you signed the petition to have Senator Feinstein tried for treason?I certainly have. If you have not, then you certainly should.
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