Thursday, January 24, 2013

Kurt Hofmann: Missouri state senator wants to 'shame' gun owning parents

The new "Scarlet Letter": "This act requires a parent or guardian to notify a school district, or the governing body of a private or charter school, that he or she owns a firearm within 30 days of enrolling the child in school or becoming the owner of a firearm."


Anonymous said...

What would you expect from one who has been suckled at the state teet and supported through life as a statist appratchik now elevated to pol position in the states Democratic apparatus?

Never expect original thinking or independent rational thought from a pure bred statist ideolog.

Like the schools really give a flying leap at a rolling donut about whether or not there's a "gun" in a students home her neighborhood, it's a given.

Lets not talk about the horrendous failure of the St. Louis public school system ...3 generations of illiterates is a tough truth to face. May as well be a party parrot.
Easier than addressing Democratic party FAIL or attempting to illuminate the FAIL with some truth.

She's a useful idiot.

Anonymous said...

"I am not trying to take away the gun rights of any parents . . . "

No, of course not. She just wants to take away their PRIVACY rights. I believe the concept of having to give up one right to secure another was the subject of a Supreme Court decision. But she wouldn't know anything about such legalities, being a state senator.

Ed said...

I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice, but merely entertainment, savage amusement if you will.

Plead the 5th Amendment and tell them that you are not required to divulge any information that can be used against you. Demand the same rights that a convicted felon has, even if you are not a convicted felon. Someday soon you might be, if our government continues with their current nonsense, so be proactive, not reactive.

See the Hayne v. United States 1968 SCOTUS decision:

Print out the page and ask her to read it. Education is a dynamic, two way process sometimes.

Anonymous said...

I home school my children. I guess I have yet another good reason to do so. Let these treasonous dogs do their worse so that we won't feel bad coming for them after they've come for us and ours.

Anonymous said...

Here's my answer to your request:
(one finger salute).

B Woodman

Anonymous said...


Reason # 4,097,830,816 to homeschool one's children.

It is unavoidably plain that government schools are not the place for children.


Meibanfa said...

It would seem to me that we need a law that requires any bureaucrat or politician to notify the voters, at the politician's expense, if their children are sent to private schools. They should also have to to pay a $5000 assessment per year for each child that goes to private school instead of government school.