In response to:

Mark Kelly Breaks the Law as a Strawpurchaser

Mike1654 Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 11:08 PM
Here's what I think happened...he purchased the guns and intended to keep them, but he got caught and did some huge back-peddling. He still has not said squat about his intentions for the 1911 .45 he bought. At first I felt sorry for him. I think he has always been a gun-right kind of guy, but in the wake of what happened to his wife, he was co-opted by the left and he was made to believe he didn't have a choice. If that is the case, he disappoints me in that he didn't show enough courage to stand up to the left. But then again, you know what the media would have done to him if he even suggested to hold on and wait a minute before rushing to judgement, again a coward.
Luscious Lars Wrote: Mar 13, 2013 10:34 AM
I think, as I posted above, he's let his emotions get the better of this logical thought process. I'm sure it really affected him to see his wife in the hospital and to see her now with a more limited mental capacity. That's sad. However, it gives him no right to try and come after my rights. I was not anywhere near Arizona when she was attacked. He should be venting his anger at the Sheriff and the lack of data reporting in our mental health system(s). I'm of the opinion he'd get more immediate gratification for his grief in those areas. I have sympathy for his situation, and even more so for his wife's situation. I have no sympathy for the crusade he's embarked on and I will do what is in my power to oppose him in that regard.

Over the weekend, husband of former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and anti-gun advocate Mark Kelly purchased as AR-15 at Diamondback Police Supply in Tucson, Arizona. The reason? According to Kelly, he was proving a point about the amount of time background checks take to conduct and won't keep the AR-15. In fact, his plan all along was to give it away to the police.

When you purchase a firearm at a federally licensed dealer, you must fill out an ATF 4473 form. It is a felony to lie on the form and say you are purchasing a firearm for...