Friday, January 4, 2013

Kurt Hofmann: That depends on the game being hunted, Senator Muñoz

"You don't hunt with a 50-caliber weapon, my friend," Munoz derisively told NRA lobbyist Todd Vandermyde before the panel voted for the weapons ban by a 6-4 vote.

7 comments:

Scott J said...

I don't recall the word "hunt" or any variant thereof in the text of the 2nd.

tom said...

If you want to bring up hunt, where does my .700 fall in this or my 12 gauge which is also .50 caliber and can fire slugs?

Anonymous said...

I killed a deer with a .50 caliber rifle this season. A rifle you can buy at Walmart without a background check. With an evil black stock, no less.

Yeah. it's a muzzleloader.

These idiots probably don't know the difference.

III N TN

Anoun Amouse said...

"Tony" Munoz is a fucking Chicago machine bustout. I won't mention anything which could get me in trouble. But if he were to get hit by a bus or get terminal cancer his district would be better off. These goddamn Chicago politicians should have the bill of rights tattoed onto the insides of their eyelids.

Anonymous said...

. . . . . And the distance.

B Woodman
III-PER

Anonymous said...

The constitution is clear: we have a right - in fact a duty - to bear any arms we can carry.

If it's man portable it's constitutional.

From a Davy Crockett on down!

Anonymous said...

The 2nd is clear: anything I can "bear" - anything I can carry is legal and constitutional

Scalia said it right: there's no question the constitution gives the right to grenade launchers and Stingers

I say: from a fucken Davy Crockett on down.