Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Still waiting

For Change

Feinstein swings a sweetheart financial deal for her hubby by using her post in Government. Barney's buddies at Freddie and Fannie get bonuses.

Little to know media coverage of this stuff.

I thought the era of corrupt government was over? I heard there would be change. I guess there is change because now the corruption is right in your face.

The arrogance is amazing as the pompous Barney yells down a student who dares to challenge the great Barney.

and now because Mr. Obama can not get legislation in place to outright ban weapons or ammo, he and his team are entering into treaty negotiations with Mexico that would make reloading and otherwise adjusting your weapons illegal---

It then gives authority for that activity only with "a license from a competent governmental authority of the State Party where the manufacture or assembly takes place."
"The section … clearly identifies ammo reloaders that are not licensed by the government as 'Illicit Manufacturers' of ammunition. Now that we have reloaders properly labeled, lets move down to Article IV to see what we should do with them," the commentary said.
He then quotes Article IV, which states, "State Parties that have not yet done so shall adopt the necessary legislative or other measures to establish as criminal offenses under their domestic law the illicit manufacturing of and trafficking in firearms, ammunition, explosives, and other related materials."
"This is pretty straightforward. If you reload ammunition without a license after the treaty is signed you will be a criminal," Lawson wrote.
The National Rifle Association said the treaty "does include language suggesting that it is not intended to restrict 'lawful ownership and use' of firearms. Despite those words, the NRA knows that anti-gun advocates will still try to use this treaty to attack gun ownership in the U.S."
The treaty is available online.

Many of you say big deal but remember this is how it begins a little bit at a time. First you outlaw reloading, then you raise the taxes on new ammo , and then you limit the amount of ammo one can have on hand. Think I am crazy, gold was outlawed and seized in America in the past yes gold. Look it up.