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Feinstein: Goal is to Dry Up the Supply Of Weapons Over Time

Luscious Lars Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 6:02 PM
Hey, I've got a great idea. We have way too many deaths caused by alcohol, including health related deaths and highway related deaths. Why don't we ban alcohol. Once we dry up the supply, people won't be able to buy it anymore. Then, many of those alcohol related deaths will stop. If we can save even one life, we have to try. At the very least we can ban assault liquors like Everclear and moonshine, which are designed for one thing and one thing only, to inebriate. We could also limit beer to 8 oz bottles (ponies) and cut out the 16 Oz, 24 Oz, and Quart size beers. Who needs that much beer to have a good time? And no EBR's (Evil Black Russians).

Surrounded by law enforcement officers, mayors, police chiefs, gun “safety” groups, Democratic legislators and a display of semi-automatic rifles and pistols, California Senator Dianne Feinstein introduced her new gun control legislation today on Capitol Hill.

“This is a tough battle,” Feinstein said in her opening remarks. “Some of us have been working to reduce gun violence for decades.”

The event kicked off with Rev. Gary Hall preaching about gun violence to the cameras, a mix of church and state liberals typically frown upon unless it serves a certain political purpose.