Here we go again

with a twist

“These massacres don’t seem to stop,” the California Democrat said, listing notorious rampages of past years known by the lone name of their locations — Columbine, Virginia Tech, Aurora, Tucson and Oak Creek.

We should be outraged at how easy it is” for attackers to get hold of the semi-automatic weapons or large-capacity magazines used in those slaughters, Feinstein said.

…Feinstein said the goal is to “dry up the supply of these weapons over time.”

[Alinsky Twist Alert]

But, hey! What about handicapped people who need pistol grips, or folding stocks or high capacity magazines?!? To protect themselves from those eeeevil, viscous right-winger terrorists who hate anyone who doesn’t look like them?!??

Why do you haaaate the Handicapped, DiFi?!?!

Finish your assignment! »

C’mon – tell me that’s any stupider than “drying up the supply of these weapons over time” is.

15 Comments!

  1. DougM (Progophobe)
    Posted January 24, 2013 at 11:50 am |

    What’s stupider?
    Herding innocent kids into gov’t-certified-defenseless zones (i.e. shooting preserves), that’s what.
    (What? Well, yeah, granted, “dry up the supply” iiis pretty stupid.)

  2. bocopro
    Posted January 24, 2013 at 12:03 pm |

    From the World Health Organization:

    The latest Murder Statistics for the world (NOTE: countries in South America have a pipeline into North America and CA is providing the proof of what wonderful world citizens those miscreant ass hats are)

    Murders per 100,000 citizens

    Honduras 91.6
    El Salvador 69.2
    Cote d’lvoire 56.9
    Jamaica 52.2
    Venezuela 45.1
    Belize 41.4
    US Virgin Islands 39.2
    Guatemala 38.5
    Saint Kits and Nevis 38.2
    Zambia 38.0
    Uganda 36.3
    Malawi 36.0
    Lesotho 35.2
    Trinidad and Tobago 35.2
    Colombia 33.4
    South Africa 31.8
    Congo 30.8
    Central African Republic 29.3
    Bahamas 27.4
    Puerto Rico 26.2
    Saint Lucia 25.2
    Dominican Republic 25.0
    Tanzania 24.5
    Sudan 24.2
    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 22.9
    Ethiopia 22.5
    Guinea 22.5
    Dominica 22.1
    Burundi 21.7
    Democratic Republic of the Congo 21.7
    Panama 21.6
    Brazil 21.0
    Equatorial Guinea 20.7
    Guinea-Bissau 20.2
    Kenya 20.1
    Kyrgyzstan 20.1
    Cameroon 19.7
    Montserrat 19.7
    Greenland 19.2
    Angola 19.0
    Guyana 18.6
    Burkina Faso 18.0
    Eritrea 17.8
    Namibia 17.2
    Rwanda 17.1
    Mexico 16.9
    Chad 15.8
    Ghana 15.7
    Ecuador 15.2
    North Korea 15.2
    Benin 15.1
    Sierra Leone 14.9
    Mauritania 14.7
    Botswana 14.5
    Zimbabwe 14.3 >
    Gabon 13.8
    Nicaragua 13.6
    French Guiana 13.3
    Papua New Guinea 13.0
    Swaziland 12.9
    Bermuda 12.3
    Comoros 12.2
    Nigeria 12.2
    Cape Verde 11.6
    Grenada 11.5
    Paraguay 11.5
    Barbados 11.3
    Togo 10.9
    Gambia 10.8
    Peru 10.8
    Myanmar 10.2
    Russia 10.2
    Liberia 10.1
    Costa Rica 10.0
    Nauru 9.8
    Bolivia 8.9
    Mozambique 8.8
    Kazakhstan 8.8
    Senegal 8.7
    Turks and Caicos Islands 8.7
    Mongolia 8.7
    British Virgin Islands 8.6
    Cayman Islands 8.4
    Seychelles 8.3
    Madagascar 8.1
    Indonesia 8.1
    Mali 8.0
    Pakistan 7.8
    Moldova 7.5
    Kiribati 7.3
    Guadeloupe 7.0
    Haiti 6.9
    Timor-Leste 6.9
    Anguilla 6.8
    Antigua and Barbuda 6.8
    Lithuania 6.6
    Uruguay 5.9
    Philippines 5.4
    Ukraine 5.2
    Estonia 5.2
    Cuba 5.0
    Belarus 4.9
    Thailand 4.8
    Suriname 4.6
    Laos 4.6
    Georgia 4.3
    Martinique 4.2

    And
    The United States 4.2
    ALL the countries above America have 100% gun bans

    Also, Chicago has some of the toughest gun-control laws in the nation but is one of the highest areas for gun violence.

  3. David
    Posted January 24, 2013 at 12:14 pm |

    To “dry up the supply of these weapons over time.” will only increase demand and raise the price.

  4. bocopro
    Posted January 24, 2013 at 12:42 pm |

    Yeah, that’s what this country needs: a thriving black market in hand-held weapons.

  5. rickn8or
    Posted January 24, 2013 at 12:55 pm |

    …Feinstein said the goal is to “dry up the supply of these weapons over time.”

    Yeah, that Firearms Act of 1934 sure dried up civilian machine guns in one damn quick hurry…

  6. bocopro
    Posted January 24, 2013 at 1:11 pm |

    Yeah, look how magnificently Prohibition and the War on Drugs worked out.

  7. Caged Insanity
    Posted January 24, 2013 at 2:55 pm |

    As much as I think there is a lot more to it, I’ve wondered if the reason ferderal agencies have been buying up millions of rounds of ammo is in part an attempt to prevent the sale of ammo to citizens. Instead of banning the stuff, you just buy all of it so people cant find any to buy.

    Frankenstiens comment make me think that may be the path they’ll take for the guns as well.

  8. Merovign
    Posted January 24, 2013 at 3:32 pm |

    Obviously if something doesn’t work, you just need to do it *harder*.

    Well, that’s what you think if you’re a leftist politician… look at how they do with budgets.

  9. dick, not quite dead white guy
    Posted January 24, 2013 at 6:34 pm |

    bocopro,
    I see your point very clearly, but facts and applying them logically are anathema to lying, hypocritical, statist asses like DiFi.
    I’ve seen some remarks here and there that every one of those nut job murderers she decries were Dems or came from Dem families. If true, perhaps DiFi should gradually dry up the supply of her voters.

  10. ZZMike
    Posted January 24, 2013 at 8:32 pm |

    The last school shooter got his guns from his mother.

    Let’s outlaw mothers.

    About that ammo thing: do people still “roll their own”? I remember that not too long ago, it wasn’t that hard – at least for .22s.

    Certainly some of you may recall the well-known “zip gun”. Not very accurate or sophisticated, but just as lethal.

  11. PeggyU
    Posted January 24, 2013 at 8:51 pm |

    “We should be outraged at how easy it is” for attackers to get hold of the semi-automatic weapons or large-capacity magazines used in those slaughters, Feinstein said.

    That doesn’t even make it onto the long version of my “outrage” list. Things that do, though:

    I am outraged at how easy it is for an undocumented candidate to assume the highest executive office in the world.

    I am outraged at how little integrity and curiosity the mainstream media has.

    I am outraged at the equally un-curious, ignorant, and apathetic people who voted this administration to a second term.

    I am outraged at Congress passing bills without knowing their content.

    I am outraged that the same people who support abortion as an issue of personal control also support soda bans as a public health concern.

    … too many more to list, really. :(

  12. Posted January 25, 2013 at 1:32 am |

    ^ I am outraged at outragey stuff. So there.

  13. geezerette
    Posted January 25, 2013 at 9:53 am |

    The last shooter got his guns from his mother.
    Someone commented on another post that his mother should have her head examined. poof~~~~~~~

  14. bocopro
    Posted January 25, 2013 at 10:36 am |

    My guess would be that a comprehensive in-depth analysis of the mass shooters over the past 30 years or so (once the true psychos such as Lanza or the religious fanatics such as Hasan are concerned) might show that the majority were liberals of varying degrees.

    Right-wing extremists can be very dangerous, of course, but they don’t attack schools, just federal government buildings / agencies or abortion clinics, and generally with bombs, not “assault” rifles.

  15. Paul
    Posted January 25, 2013 at 9:24 pm |

    And how many years have we TRIED to dry up the supply of drugs? Have we been successful?

    What makes them think they can dry up the supply of the very thing most Americans consider a RIGHT?

    Even the British still have ‘gun crime’ as well as a huge plain old crime rate, despite millions of CCTVs spying on everyone.