“We do this for people driving cars.”
Orrin Hatch’s last laugh.
Reporter Stephen Gutowski broke this story on Friday at the Free Beacon. Leyla Pirnie is a grad student at Harvard who …
“if I had made my career as a pacifist actor, I would never have worked, ever.”
“One can only imagine what was going through their mind …”
“Many ideas, some good & some not so good …”
“content designed to pit us against each other…”
“All automatic and semi-automatic guns are banned.”
“…a true friend and champion in the White House.”
“Your driver’s license works in every state, so why doesn’t your concealed-carry permit?”
“He doesn’t go tiptoeing around the thousand rules of political correctness …”
“I mean, give me a break.”
“If she gets to pick her judges nothing you can do, folks.”
“Maybe we just need to evolve further…”
I’ll even provide a few follow-ups…
“But we got the attention of the public.”
“But wait a minute. He didn’t buy those guns at a gun show. And he would have passed the background—he did pass a background check.”
Democrats aren’t looking to actually get anything done.
“evolving technology does call for evolving regulation.”
“…the majority eviscerates the Second Amendment right of individuals to keep and bear arms”
“People dying, better take a selfie!”
“This would be the greatest reduction of 2nd amendment rights since the founding of the republic.”
We never defended Zimmerman as a human being
“I did not want to be re-victimized.”
And $1100 in training?
Time to stand up.
Let slip the dogs of bans.
Also, TNR’s “BAN ALL GUNS” embarrassment.
Endorsing the Democrats’ Precrime Division.
“No due process and little recourse.”
Depends on the definition.
“I’d like to kill him again.”
“Good reason,” bad law.
“I think you’re getting into semantics.”
Starting to wonder if this might be true…
A vote is still a vote, I guess