Also having some issues with TBD: SURVIVAL...looks like we'll be filming the principal gun stuff at whatever Blackwater is called these days. Am working on getting the ubiquitous dude-guy carbine god Ken Hackathorn to join us. Would be fun, to be sure!
Here's a pretty good piece on His Majesty's Second Amendment plans from PajamasMedia:
Another way Obama can use the “common sense gun laws” approach to cripple the Second Amendment is to allow his understudies, like Holder, Emmanuel, or any other Democrat, to do his dirty work. This way, he can continue to claim support for the Constitution while simultaneously waging war against it via his surrogates.The president is actually using this approach as I type. On January 14, Illinois Congressman Bobby Rush introduced H.R. 45, known as the “Blair Holt’s Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act of 2009.” Should this act pass, it “will make it illegal to possess … any firearm that takes an ammunition clip, without a [federal gun-owner's] license.” According to WorldNetDaily.com’s Drew Zahn, H.R. 45 would also order Attorney General Holder, “to establish a database of every handgun sale, transfer, and owner’s address in America.”
Have you noticed that Obama’s “common sense gun laws” all seem to end in the same way — with the registration of guns and gun owners, as well as an increased number of steps law-abiding citizens must go through to purchase a firearm? It’s just the same old gun-grabbing song and dance, which is why Zahn points out that, “H.R. 45 is a resurfacing of 2007’s H.R. 2666, which contained much of the same language and was co-sponsored by 15 other representatives and Barack Obama’s current chief of staff, Rahm Emmanuel.”
As Bill Clinton’s deputy attorney general in 1999, Holder described the outlawing of private gun sales as “common sense.” But we recognized the threat, cried foul, and persuaded Congress to ignore Holder’s pleas. Now that Holder, Obama, and Emmanuel are working in unison today, can we do any less?
BTW, I heard from my "Deep Throat" at Springfield Armory, who says that a direct appeal to Massachusetts legislators in Congress applies the most heat to "Mr. Fabric," the new head of SA who hates guns. Tomorrow I'll also give you an address for Ken Salazar, Secretary of the Interior, who is a Colorado rancher and I suspect will have a limited sense of humor about Mr. Fabric, who badly needs to start his new career at Taco Bell. DO NOT contract Mr. Fabric directly...I want his new career to come as a surprise...