Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Deprive US Citizens to Punish Mexican Gangs!

Yah, that's the ticket. (Another damnfool lawyer/member of the Party-In-Government speaks). Fuggedabout all that "shall not be infringed" foolishness...

The former head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection called Monday for the U.S. to reinstitute the ban on assault weapons and take other measures to rein in the war between Mexico and its drug cartels, saying the violence has the potential to bring down legitimate rule in that country.

Former CBP Commissioner Robert C. Bonner also called for the United States to more aggressively investigate U.S. gun sellers and tighten security along its side of the border, describing the situation as "critical" to the safety of people in both countries, whether they live near the border or not.

Mexico, for its part, needs to reduce official corruption and organize its forces along the lines the U.S. does, such as a specialized border patrol and a customs agency with a broader mandate than monitoring trade, Mr. Bonner said in an exchange of e-mails.

The way to resolve corruption in Mexico is to disarm US citizens. Gee. Why hasn't any other Deep Thinker thought of THAT?

Oh, wait! We forgot about D. Feinstein, Deep Thinker of California...

The federal assault weapons ban was passed on Sept. 13, 1994, during the Clinton administration and prohibited the sale to civilians of certain semi-automatic firearms, so-called assault weapons. The law expired on Sept. 13, 2004, and an effort by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, California Democrat, to extend it for another 10 years was defeated 80-9.

There was a reason for that vote. The AWB had nothing whatsoever to do with "assault" weapons--mostly because the term is vague, and Di-Fi's inane methodology was based on the color of the weapon (black is bad, wood is good.)

That's Deep Thinking in California. By no coincidence, this ex-Bushie, Bonner, is a California lawyer.

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