Saturday, January 19, 2013

Democrats Are Split Over How to Shape Approach to Gun Bills

"Hey, Harry, have you ever been bit by a dead elephant?"
Beware the dead elephants.
House Republicans are unlikely to bring legislation to the floor at all without clear Senate action, although a spokesman for Representative Eric Cantor of Virginia, the Republican majority leader, would not commit either way. House Republicans have said they would look at anything the Senate passes.


Anonymous said...

Democrat members of Congress from states where hunting is popular will not vote for gun control. It is political suicide. Al Frankenstein and Harry Reid already made statements indicating they will not support gun control. Governor Mary Landrau of Louisianna also said she does not support additional gun control legislation. Of course Obama knows this and will issue an Executive Odrer for gun control.

Anonymous said...

Tom Woods destroys the argument of Juan Williams by going through every portion of Article 2, where Juan claims gives the president the authority for gun control measures.

I love it!

Anonymous said...

Mr. Boner wants to make a deal and will gladly sacrifice your constitutional rights if it means he retains power. That and they don't make public, anything they have on him that he doesn't want known to the general public.