Thursday, July 14, 2011

Department of Justice missed the memo about gunwalker..

On monday the good ole DoJ knocked out the rights of border states gun owners. Now anyone who buys more than one "semi-automatic rifles – greater than .22 caliber and with the ability to accept a detachable magazine" will get to be investigated as a dangerous drug lord. Even though it's well known the BATFE won't actually stop any drug-lords, and if they were to actually find a straw purchaser for a cartel, they would watch as the guns are placed into the hands of criminals. 

But hey, this way they have more paper work and suspicions to deal with. I can only sympathize for anyone at a Tucson gun show, attempting to purchase a few rifles at prices lower then most gun stores, who is turned away or left waiting for hours on paperwork. Can't wait until they make this "law" nation wide, so we can all go through the same "guilty-until-proven-innocent" process when trying to purchase firearms. FFL dealers already report suspicious gun sales, often to deaf ears. 

Can you imagine a grandfather attempting to purchase a pair of Ruger 10/22s for his grandsons, only to be turned away or shutdown on the background check, or worse black listed against his knowledge.. Keep in mind he's been buying guns from the same shop for twenty years, and only a fool would find him "suspicious", but yet the BATFE deems it necessary to expend tax payer funding on investigating gramps. Every time he goes through the airport he'll be pulled aside and questioned, seeing as there is a BATFE investigation on his record.

Oh, and the rel criminals who are being watched are let to go free. So they can be "observed" instead of stopped. Sweet American Justice.


  1. I'm in favor of this law.

    It's a fact that people of all ages in this country are buying weapons that wind up amring Mexican gangs. If Grandpa isn't doing anything illegal, he doesn't have anything to worry about.

  2. Oh the law. You can't spell flaw without law.