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Just in case you’re still wondering how Joe Biden (D-Nuremberg) really feels about your Second Amendment Rights, here he is uncut and uncensored (via The Jawa Report):

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(Found at the Imperial Firearms Advisor’s)

Rep. Borris Miles told police he was fixing a leak on the second floor of the Houston house he’s building Sunday night when he heard a noise downstairs and saw two men trying to steal the copper. After Miles confronted the pair, one of the men threw a pocketknife at him, Houston Police spokesman Victor Senties.

Miles, a former law enforcement officer, shot the man in the left leg, police said. The wounded suspect was being treated at a Houston hospital. Police were trying to identify the other suspect.

Charges of aggravated robbery are pending against the wounded suspect, Senties said.

Police said Miles, who is in his freshman term, is licensed to carry a concealed weapon. No charges have been filed against Miles, Senties said.

“Well done!”, I hear you say, and my thoughts would be exactly the same. Another armed citizen successfully defends himself from predatory goblin scum. But then, as Paul Harvey would say, there’s the rest of the story:

Miles, a Democrat, voted against a bill that gives Texans stronger legal right to defend themselves with deadly force in their homes, vehicles, and workplaces. The so-called “castle doctrine,” passed by the Legislature this year, states that a person has no duty to retreat from an intruder before using deadly force. The law goes into effect Sept. 1. [Emphasis mine — Emp.M.]

Since we all know and respect how Democrats value principle above politics and personal gain (See: Most Ethical Congress Evah!, The), and since the Castle Doctrine that Rep. Miles is so thoroughly opposed to doesn’t go into effect until Sep. 1st, the only proper cause of action here would seem to be throwing the book at him for excessive use of force. After all, not only was he on a construction site as opposed to an actual home, he wasn’t being directly threatened, nor was he without opportunity to retreat without further incident.

Surely the Representative wouldn’t want to receive preferential treatment above and beyond that which he insists ought to be enough for other Texas residents?

That would be so — hypocritical, and we would never dream of accusing a fine, outstanding politician of that.

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This requires your immediate attention!

It’s nothing new that the D.C. weasels, unwilling to touch the third rail of gun control, often try to sneak disarmament through the back door and that’s exactly what’s going on here.

Sure, it won’t affect firearms as such, you just won’t be able to get anything to feed them with, thanks to the new OSHA regulations they’re trying to ram through as quickly as possible.

Mandatory shutdown and evacuation of all ammunition factories during approaching thunderstorms? No display of ammunition and firearms in the same store? Involuntary strip searches of customers to make sure that they don’t have lighters or matches near ammunition?

Contact details at the Imperial Firearms Advisor’s site linked above. Remind them that you’re a gunowner and that you vote!

UPDATE: Speaking of the NRA, here’s their take. They’re not amused.

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Why does it sometimes take so long before the predictably outraged discover something to be outraged about in what I wrote? Aren’t they paying attention? But eventually they do, which never fails to put a smile on my face. Dance, my little puppets, dance:

I’ve commented before on the ignorance and intellectual incompetence of the self-styled ‘Emperor’ Misha, proporietor [sic] of the blog ‘Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler’.

Who is, at the very least, sufficiently competent to spell “proprietor”, but we digress.

He has provided new proof that wingnuts don’t really want law and order — they just want what they want, and to hell with any thought of doing it legally.

Oh? And how do you intend to prove that? Be still, my beating heart.

In a post regarding the arrest of an Australian man for allegedly firing a shot through the front door of his home to scare off intruders, he says:

Let’s revisit the arrested Aussie’s claim of “allegedly” having fired a shot to scare off intruders, shall we?:

The would-be intruders had thrown rocks through the front window and cut the home’s power supply before trying to jemmy open the front door.

Yep, I’d say that any reasonable person would conclude that the homeowner had reason to believe that there were some real intruders in need of being scared off. Note the operative word “reasonable” here. That means “not you”, “Thinking” Meat.

So what did I say that had “Thinking” Meat performing acrobatics through the flaming hoop that I had thoughtfully put out for him?

It’s a pity that he didn’t save a few rounds for the cops. That’s the only sure way to deal with Gestapo tyrants and their henchmen who are “only follovink orderz.” After a while, they get nervous from hauling the perforated bodies of their fellow goons back to the morgue.

And what did my little trained troll puppy have to say to that?

So Misha advocates killing cops rather than doing what civilized people do when they disagree with the law, which is to work to get the law changed.

Well, leaving aside for the moment (because it’s bloody pointless) the task of explaining hyperbole to “Thinking” Meat, there are situations in which “working to change the law” just isn’t an option and, more importantly, there are certain unalienable, inviolable rights that cannot be taken away by any law made by mere men, and any attempt to do so is illegal from the word “go”, no matter what “justifications” the tyrants may come up with.

That’s the larger issue.

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This just in from the gun-free Paradise of Australia (via Tim Blair):

A man has been charged after allegedly firing a shot through the front door of his home to deter would-be intruders terrorising the occupants.

Police said the man, 43, fired one shot from a rifle through the front door of the home in McNeil Avenue, Geelong East, about 10pm last night.

The would-be intruders had thrown rocks through the front window and cut the home’s power supply before trying to jemmy open the front door.

They fled after the man, who was inside with a woman and young girl, opened fire.

Police recovered the rifle and charged the man with conduct endangering life and firearm offences.

Defend yourself, go to jail.

It’s a pity that he didn’t save a few rounds for the cops. That’s the only sure way to deal with Gestapo tyrants and their henchmen who are “only follovink orderz.” After a while, they get nervous from hauling the perforated bodies of their fellow goons back to the morgue.

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We don’t often link to the festering fever swamp of the Dhimmicratic Underwear (this fine gentleman and Imperial Blogger does it so much better after all), but when Sir Guido sent us this link, we knew that we had to make an exception.

After all, they’re talking about guns, those wonderful, warm, lovable instruments of joy and merriment, and some of the more demented Stalinist replies are fine examples of why socialist shitholes where the almighty state controls everything are such wonderful havens of unemployed, hopeless misery.

But equal misery, mind you. It’s socialism, after all.

First, the original post by a gentleman who actually, *GASP!*, makes sense. Something about as rare on Dhimmicratic Underpants as finding a virgin above the age of 12 within a 50 mile radius of a male member of the Clinton family (pun very much intended).

Illinois Gun Control Idiocy Costing 450 Jobs and $20 Million

So those idiots in Springfield are going to pass a bill which bans high capacity magazines (>10 rounds). Not just the the possession but the actual manufacture of said magazines.

Text of Bill http://ilga.gov/legislation/fulltext.asp?DocName=09500S…

So what is going to happen? FIVE count them FIVE gun makers are leaving.

http://www.qctimes.com/articles/2007/05/15/news/local/d…

Officials criticized Chicago lawmakers for creating a “feel-good law” they say will do nothing to stop violence and will force companies to leave Illinois. “It’s kind of a regional battle between the legislators from Chicago and legislators from the downstaters,” Rep. Mike Boland, D-East Moline, said.The bill calls for a ban on large-capacity gun magazine clips, which are produced by five local companies:

Springfield Armory, Geneseo, Ill.
ArmaLite, Geneseo, Ill.
Rock River Arms, Colona, Ill.
Les Baer Custom, Hillsdale, Ill.
Lewis Machine and Tool, Milan, Ill.

Les Baer is already planning to move to LeClaire, Iowa.”

450 jobs and $20 million in revenue if the companies have to move. The decision would also affect their local suppliers.

I guess jobs and revenue never gets in the way of politician assholes being assholes.

Ronnie Barrett quit selling ANY of his rifles to the People’s Republik of Kalifornia LEO after they passed their .50 ban. I hope he does the same to Illinois and any other state that does the same. And I hope ALL these companies follow suit. Furthermore I hope DoD gets into the act and puts a knee into the nuts of Illinois by not sending ANY money their way.

We wish “qdemn7″ the best as the overlords at DU get ready to tombstone him for his pro-gun, pro-business capitalistic heresy right in the middle of the People’s Forum.

And now, the insanity begins as replies begin piling on:

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The National Socialist Democrats a.k.a. the Dem Cong continue their quest to disarm the populace so those damned peons won’t ever dare interfere with their dreams of a Statist Dystopia, this time in the form of a “watchlist” that they can throw people they don’t agree with on and then have them banned from purchasing firearms.

“Oh, but it’s only for ‘known’ terrorists”, I hear some say. Right. And we don’t have ways of dealing with known terrorists already? Known terrorists can purchase firearms as it is? I think not.

What the totalitarians in DC want is a list of people according to criteria they choose on a day-to-day basis, and if that doesn’t scare the snot out of you, then I don’t know what will.

I wouldn’t trust a Republican with that kind of power, and I most certainly will never trust a damned socialist with it.

If you do, if you don’t think that they’d evah use it to selectively disarm and rob the civil rights of groups of people that they disagree with, if you think that they’d nevah be “unfair” by targeting very specific groups, you’re quite frankly too dumb to waste oxygen. “Hate crime laws”, “Fairness Doctrine”, you name it.

Worried yet?

You should be.

Out of my cold, dead fingers…

Molon labe!

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And now that we’ve cheered you all up, we feel that it’s our duty to mention something that will get your blood pressures right back up.

RCOB moment ahead (link thanks to LC MuscleDaddy):

On April 16, colleges were rocked by the news coming out of Virginia Tech.

[…]

In the aftermath, officials at Hamline University sought to comfort their 4,000 students. David Stern, the vice president for academic and student affairs, sent a campus-wide email offering extra counseling sessions for those who needed help coping.

Scheffler had a different opinion of how the university should react. Using the email handle “Tough Guy Scheffler,” Troy fired off his response: Counseling wouldn’t make students feel safer, he argued. They needed protection. And the best way to provide it would be for the university to lift its recently implemented prohibition against concealed weapons.

[…]

After stewing over the issue for two days, Scheffler sent a second email to University President Linda Hanson, reiterating his condemnation of the concealed carry ban and launching into a flood of complaints about campus diversity initiatives, which he considered reverse discrimination.

“In fact, three out of three students just in my class that are ‘minorities’ are planning on returning to Africa and all three are getting a free education on my dollar,” Scheffler wrote with thinly veiled ire. “Please stop alienating the students who are working hard every day to pay their tuition. Maybe you can instruct your staff on sensitivity towards us ‘privileged white folk.’”

So after sending two emails to faculty, Scheffler, himself a gun owner duly licensed to carry, was surely lauded for expressing his opinion, right? After all, our universities live for vigorous debate and free expression, so surely a concerned email or two from a student offering a solution to atrocities such as VA Tech would be met with approval and appreciation.

Well, not exactly:

On April 23, Scheffler received a letter informing him he’d been placed on interim suspension. To be considered for readmittance, he’d have to pay for a psychological evaluation and undergo any treatment deemed necessary, then meet with the dean of students, who would ultimately decide whether Scheffler was fit to return to the university.

The consequences were severe. Scheffler wasn’t allowed to participate in a final group project in his course on Human Resources Management, which will have a big impact on his final grade. Even if he’s reinstated, the suspension will go on his permanent record, which could hurt the aspiring law student.

“‘Oh, he’s the crazy guy that they called the cops on.’ How am I supposed to explain that to the Bar Association?” Scheffler asks.

So, for expressing an opinion, Scheffler was kicked out of school, and was told that he’ll have to pay for a psych eval to prove that he’s not insane and then go through a humiliating grovel session before his peers before he’d even have a shot at finishing the education that he has surely paid through the nose for already. Oh, and even if they do decide he has proven that a law-abiding, trained and licensed gun-owning citizen isn’t a psychotic mass murderer, his final grade and permanent record will still be fucked up.

It’s a pity that he didn’t compare Bush to Hitler or call the victims of 9/11 “Little Eichmanns” instead. They’d not only have passed him, they’d have given him tenure on the spot.

Oh, but it doesn’t end here.

After they’d expelled him, they had an armed police officer stationed outside his classroom to make sure that he didn’t come back to murder them all.

Hamline University, Minnesota.

Remember that name.

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(Link thanks to our own Sir George).

The Tennessean decides to go where only Idiotarians with a totalitarian streak dare to tread by imitating the Roanoke Times’ Christian Trejbal(lless):

The Tennessean newspaper here in Nashville has gone off and done a not-so-smart thing. They’ve published an online database that gives anyone the easy ability to search for handgun carry permit holders across the entire state of Tennessee.

I first got wind of this from SayUncle. Further posts from VolunteerVoters and BloggerBlaster.

The Tennessean has decided to publish this list in conjunction with an article about a bill before the legislature that would allow law-abiding handgun carry permit holders to carry in state parks (a bill that I fully support). However, no reason is given by the Tennessean to publish this particular list.

They don’t need one. You see, they’re Leftard Guardians of the Troof™, and they alone know best what’s the public Needs to Know™, so shut up, you plebeian. It seems like some of us plebeians managed to convince the Tennessean of the error of their totalitarian, privacy-invading ways, however, since the database appears to be gone.

But they made their point. Blue in the face and banging their sippy cups against the tables of their high chairs as a result of the Tennessee legislature acting in ways that didn’t fit their Idiotarian, Progressive Agenda, they showed all of those Evil, Law-Abiding, Licensed Gun Owners that they can intimidate, endanger and harass them with impunity because They’re the Press, and They CARE!™

St. Andrew of the Gob-Smacking Heartache, true to his agenda (which is that nobody’s privacy matters unless he happens to agree with them), asks the idiotic question:

“If gun rights are civil rights, why would anyone feel the need to hide the fact that they own one?”

LC & IB Gerard Vanderleun asks Andrew of the Hyperventilating Hysterics:

“If being gay is a civil right why would anyone feel the need keep private the fact that they are one?”

See how that works, Andy? Let’s get those Gay Databases online, shall we?

What? You don’t think so? Strange.

Fuckwad.

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From North Carolina:

School gun brings $1M bond

A 17-year-old Swansboro High School student was in jail Friday on $1 million bond after being charged with having a weapon of mass destruction - an assault rifle - on the school’s campus.

We may be going out on a limb here, but we feel fairly certain that Saddam had more than just a modest amount of “assault rifles”, so it would seem that he DID, indeed, have WMDs.

At least according to the Idiotarians at The Wilmington Star.

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