The party of the dead elephant is NOT going to defend your 2A right to keep and bear arms. I predict here and now that private transfers of gun ownership, the proverbial "gun show loop hole", is about to become regulated by Leviathan.
WASHINGTON -- Ask a Senate Republican if he or she supports an assault weapons ban and you'll likely get a "no." But ask about tighter background checks -- one of a few items in President Barack Obama's gun violence package with a shot at passing Congress -- and you'll likely get a vague response about needing more information, if you get a response at all.
"Uh, I don't know what you mean," said Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), who then ended the conversation by turning around and walking into a room where senators were having lunch, closing the door behind him.
"I need to have more details. I, you know, I just need -- you need to ask me after I've talked to our judiciary staff in our office," said Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), also heading to the Senate lunch. "I hate to respond just in the hallway, so I won't."
"I've got -- my wife's here. I'm sorry. I've gotta -- thanks," said Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.).
I absolutely and unashamedly believe that every single gun law is unconstitutional. Anybody who wants to own a gun should be able to. Even violent felons (they’ll just kill one another with the result being less criminals around). Kids, old ladies, soldiers on base, postal customers, airline passengers, you know… all those usually disarmed in our present society. Obviously I have libertarian views. I hold in utter contempt: all politicians, most government employees, globalists, all varieties of the political left, the church of abortion, hoplophobes, collectivists, and earth worshippers. I reserve the right to revise this list without limit – as the magnitude of the problem seems to be expanding at an exponential rate!