Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Another stinking dead elephant party traitor to the Constitution.

Chris Stirewalt at FOX writes that Gun Laws Highlight Deepening Democratic Disarray.
There will be multiple measures on offer in the Senate that could be called an expansion of background checks. One version backed by Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., would require background checks on every gun purchase, even between individuals, and create a federal registry to track the purchases.
This bill looks unlikely to pass the Senate, let alone the Republican House. It might do better in the Senate than the gun ban, but not much. Not only would the legislation not have done anything to have prevented the shooting that spurred the current gun control push, the massacre in Newtown, Conn., or other recent mass shootings, but it sets off concerns about the registry being the basis for further future restrictions.
But that's okay, because dead elephant party fossil John McCain is riding to their rescue: McCain emerges as key senator in expanding background checks.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) has emerged as a key player if Senate Democrats are to have any chance of passing legislation to expand background checks for private sales of firearms.
McCain and Sens. Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Dean Heller (R-Nev.) are at the top of a list of Republicans considered most likely to sign on to legislation expanding background checks after talks with Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) stalled earlier this month.


Anonymous said...

McCain isn't a surprise. He's been a disappointment since long before he ran for President; and it's why conservatives didn't turn out for him.

rexxhead said...

Who? McStain? It's a foregone conclusion this traitor will sell us out. You're not going to replace Walter Cronkite with "news flashes" like this, Mike.

Anonymous said...

Juan McPain (ptu!ptu!), that too-long fossilized RINO. He gives Repubutards a bad name. Tell me again how he managed to get elected for another term?? I thought the people of Arizona were more independent and educated.
I'm still conflicted as to whether he would have made a better or worse El Prez then Obaomao. Sixes and sevens, either way. Maybe just a softer tyranny.

B Woodman
(three time resident of Ft Huachuca)

Anonymous said...

Th Panamanchurian Juan McLame is a psychopath, and the voter of AZ are demented retards.

So his actions come as no surprise - next up - amnesty for illegals!