Sunday, April 05, 2009

Koschnik Nails Shirley on Gun Rights

Amusing, this:

Challenger Randy Koschnick, a Jefferson County circuit judge, told Carroll University Republicans last week that a 2003 dissenting opinion written by Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson showed a "hostility to gun owners" and their constitutional rights.

Shirley immediately lied in response:

"Nothing in my record is hostile to gun owners. Nothing in my record is hostile to any group, any individual, any entity."

We could go to the record, but let's (just for fun,) start with the Wisconsin Constitution.

The people have the right to keep and bear arms for security, defense, hunting, recreation or any other lawful purpose

.....except if Shirley thinks otherwise, of course. I mean, seriously, folks---what's the Constitution if it gets in the way of Shirley's will?

As we mentioned earlier,

The Shirley Court, in utter disregard for reality, found that "there is no reason to distinguish between one's home, business, or car," but simultaneously held that a Wisconsin citizen does NOT "have a colorable claim of a constitutional privilege to carry a concealed weapon in his or her vehicle for security."

Lemmesee, heah, Gomer. You can have a weapon in your house, which 'cannot be distinguished from your car,' but you CANNOT have a weapon in your car. Uh-huh.

The insanity is based on Screechin'Shirley's will to retain Wisconsin's statutory ban on concealed carry. That's all that's in play here--her will.

To exercise that will, Shirley is perfectly happy to maintain cognitive dissonance, and lie about it as well.

THAT is "Supreme Court" material?


Anonymous said...

Face it, Koschnick is a complete putz who will be rejected by the voters by a wide margin on Tuesday. Good riddance.

Anonymous said...

Dad, what do you expect from a limp wristed liberal?

As far as I'm concerned we don't even need to pass a carry/conceal law.

What part of the Second Amendment does Queen Bee not understand?

I say NOTHING stops any citizen from the right to protect themselves in any legal manner, and that, my friend includes the right to carry any gun we want any time we want.

Let the liberals wet their pants over this. I don't care about the opinion of any unpatriotic liberal, but then, I repeat myself.

Dictionary defintion of a liberal:


How you like them apples?

Pretty good, huh, Dad?