... but they appear to be armed with blanks... Reading the latest news about the Firearms Freedom Act, I'm always running into chuckle-worthy reaction from the other side of the debate. And by other side, most of the time I'm talking about the Obama administration. Enjoy this one:
Brady Campaign compares state determination of gun laws to crack cocaine:
Under the rationale that the federal government only has the power to regulate issues that affect inter-state commerce, they've been pushing legislation in states from Florida to Alaska that would exempt guns and ammunition made within the state from federal gun laws. The idea is "the latest crack cocaine for gun-rights advocates," says Peter Hamm of the Brady Campaign.
Wishful thinking of course & a cute sound bite for the coed crowd to woo them away from the latest & greatest diet pill reviews that are safer alternatives to, well, crack cocaine?
Unfortunately for the nannies judging from the looks of the newest map of America which details nicely where things stand at different states across the USA, it seems like something with a little more staying power has stuck with 'gun-rights advocates': knowledge of the limits of the United States Constitution in conjunction with States' rights.