According to the letter of the law, the city must check to see of any are stolen, then transfer them to dealers. If the City is successful in exploiting a weakness in the law, then it makes sense to fix the wording - that is what Rathner was talking about. Talk about spin, I'm surprised that your heads don't fly off. They knew before they did the event that it was illegal to destroy them. BTW - where is the BATF? The people working the event don't have a dealers license, yet they are transferring a large number of weapons. I guess if you're PC, you're above the law. I have an idea! Think of all the children's lives that could be saved if we get bicycles off the streets! How about a bike buyback? Bring us any bicycle, and we'll give you $50.00, no questions asked.........do you know where your U-bolts are?
Please, Tom, Bush a dolt? There are many ways to disprove this but let's take one fact that might impress you. He read a lot, almost all non-fiction, mostly history. He averaged 60-80 books a year. The defense rests.
Look, he's been there how many days? Freshman do what the leadership tells them. It's not because they are squishes (though they may turn out to be so), it's because they don't know what is going on. In addition, as you recall, Rep. Giffords would vote with Pelosi when Pelosi needed the vote. When the vote was not needed, Rep. Giffords spent it on posing as a "Blue Dog" Democratic.
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