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Discussion in 'Gun Legislation' started by DD130, Nov 8, 2017.
The government is fascist! Only the government should have guns!
Personally, I think you may be waiting awhile. She’s 84 years old and has been in The Senate for twenty-five years. Unlike Pelosi who’s on her way out sooner, rather than later, due to Alzheimer’s (OR whatever she has), Feinstein ain’t gona be leaving the senate chambers until the guy in the hooded shroud & sickle escorts her ass out!
Didn't something get passed in Maryland earlier this year?
I think you are right. Problem is, the Calidiots will likely send someone even worse to D.C. to replace her.
Yeah, there’s no limit, that’s for sure - as exemplified by the likes of Maxine Waters and the Florida (Miami) cowgirl.
There are plenty of complete fucking morons making decisions at the highest levels of our government.
People who think we've already landing astronauts on Mars, people who think Guam may tip over and sink if we have too many troops there.
“...Guam May tip over and sink...”
My all time favorite classic!
In such a formal, dignified setting in Congress, I actually felt sorry (not to mention, embarrassed) for that Admiral having to face such a complete moron as that House member. You could see him hesitate, waiting on the House member to crack a smile and acknowledge his statement as being a joke. Then you could kind of see him cringe when he realized the idiot was asking it as a serious question. That admiral’s ability to almost instantly compose himself, reflected highly on his character and no doubt explains why he was an Admiral! (I, on the other hand, would’ve just laughed in the guy’s face and said, “you’re just shittin’ me, right?”)
I believe we need more of that. Congress has become far to polite IMO.
One of the reasons I really enjoy watching Trey Gowdy go after somebody.
Just once I'd like to see someone ask a congressional idiot "Are you really that F'ing stupid?".
Warning OT - but just one more time for old time sake:
Of course later, he tried to say he meant it as a joke.... or as a metaphor about being concerned for Guam’s environment or some such thing.