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How About a "Select Committee on Violence"?

DockyWocky Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 11:06 AM
What the use? A select committee, a blue-ribbon panel, a coffee clatch. They can talk it over until the cows come home, and all they will do is waste a lot of hot air. Obama is not going to sway from the path every tyrant in time immemorial has always set as his first task - get the weaponry out of the hands of the peasants. There is no negotiation with a pig headed tyrant determined to disarm Americans.

Today, the NRA met with Joe Biden and Eric Holder.  Not surprisingly, little accord was reached. The NRA rightly perceives that gun control is the only agenda in which The White House has an interest.

But Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) has posted a tweet with an excellent idea from listener "Hal": How about a Select Committee on Violence in America?  Isn't this something the House could set up on its own? And one of its merit, as the tweet points out, is that it would allow (indeed, require) testimony from Hollywood and video game producers.

Look, liberals are always wanting to have...