... to shoot the bastards yet?
As the hearing progressed, gun-rights supporters grew frustrated at the legislators move to amp measures that would only pertain to law-abiding gun owners and not the criminals they aimed to stop.Part of the reason that we gunnies have resisted calls for rebellion is the American idea that we can petition the government. So what happens when the government won't let us?
In a particularly heated exchanged, 2nd Amendment advocate James Kaleda, 36, was asked to keep his comments relative to bills being heard. “I am on the bill. And I will be heard,” Kaleda said. But Committee Chairman Donald Norcross (D-Camden) called Kaleda out of order.
“This hearing’s out of order,” Kaleda replied.
Within moments, a visibly disgruntled Kaleda was forcibly escorted out of the committee headquarters by law enforcement.
I make these comments about shooting and killing in an offhand way; I don't mean that we should strike willy-nilly. That said, I do favor a more ... physical ... approach to keeping our representatives in line.