Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Well, see, that depends on your definition of "is"...

Sebastian-PGP points out that Obama is not pro-2nd Amendment in much the same way that the sea is not above the sky.

What is interesting about some of those making the assertion that Barry O. has seen the pro-gun light is that they require that we ignore his past track record and only go by what he's said in the last couple of weeks.

Suggest that they ignore, say, Sarah Palin's past record and only concentrate on her current statements, however, and see what kind of response you get there...

5 comments:

OrangeNeckInNY said...

What was his latest mouth-fart?

"I'm not going to take away your guns. Besides, even if I wanted to, I don't have enough votes in Congress..."

There's a reason his lips are asshole-colored - everything coming out of his mouth is shit.

Mike W. said...

And only a complete fool would believe the campaign rhetoric of a candidate while ignoring numerous contradictory statements and votes in the past.

10ksnooker said...

Obama will ban every gun he has the votes for. Make sure he doesn't have the votes ...

TBeck said...

Meanwhile Joe Biden is babbling to the effect that Barry can take Joe's Beretta (shotgun) from his cold dead hands.

This is the same Joe Biden that was bragging in the You-Tube debates that he wrote the AWB.

Go figger.

Somerled said...

Joe Biden, Obama's hand-picked running pard, authored and introduced a new "bill to fight crime" in the Senate that would bring back the "assault weapons" ban, the "high-capacity ammunition feeding device" ban, and put a virtual end to gun shows. All this is buried near the end of S. 2237, viewable here:

http://www.thomas.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c110:S.2237:

Obama said to the Elko, Nevada, crowd last week, "I want you to argue with them and get in their face. And if they tell you that, 'Well, we're not sure where he stands on guns.' I want you to say, 'He believes in the Second Amendment.'"

If an Obama supporter gets in my face, I'll feed them the Biden Crime Bill, which like the nearly identical 1994 version, is "reasonable first step" in whittling the Bill of Rights down to pointlessness.