Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Well, I guess SOMEBODY is getting ready for SOMETHING.

Gun Sales Set Record for Sixth Month in a Row


Anonymous said...

Anti-Gunners Got Hammered in Yesterday's Elections

Bloomberg Wastes Millions in Pushing Gun Control ... Once Again

Anonymous said...

FBI Returning to 9mm for Service Round

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has announced it will be giving up the .40 Smith & Wesson round and returning to handguns chambered in 9mm for service carry.

Anonymous said...

Has the liberal wing of the Democrats finally pushed the party too far?

Alexander Bolton has a column at The Hill where he explores the question of whether or not the ascendant, hard left, liberal wing of the Democrats has finally pushed their part to a tipping point in the run-up to the next presidential election and how that might affect some downticket races as well. The main area he focuses on is the anti-arms race going on among Democrats as they each try to one-up each other on who would ban the most guns the fastest. But given the consistent poll numbers we’ve seen on the subject of gun rights, are they alienating a significant section of the general election audience and putting unwanted pressure on their Senate candidates in critical states?

The problem with the “swing states” is that almost all of them tend to swing toward gun rights, often heavily. The Democrats are going to have a serious messaging problem if a significant number of their candidates go off tone and start contradicting their presidential candidate on the campaign trail. But by the same token, if they toe the party line they’re going to give their GOP opponents a serious opening.

Anonymous said...

"Has the liberal wing of the Democrats finally pushed the party too far?"

I'm still remembering TV coverage of an NRA sponsored anti-Obama rally somewhere in Pennsylvania. The camera was in the back of the hall. The shot was of Wayne LaPierre making a speech. What struck me was that the crowd seemed to be full of people wearing their blue union jackets with the big logos on the back.

I understand there were some rather heated phone calls between the AFL/CIO offices and those of the DNC in the following days.

One key will be what those union card carrying, gun owning, Democrat voting NRA members will do in the states of Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and West Virginia if Hillary pushes them too far.

GA Patriot said...

I've said it before. Once the hard left gun banners start telling thousands of union Democrats that their dicks are too small because they have guns, all bets are off. The union hard hats may not vote Republican, but they sure as hell will stay home.