Gun Control is Completely Useless.


pgs
Free Thinker
+4
#15211
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

An intellectual giant.

You are not .
 
Hoid
#15212
I know you are but what am I
 
spilledthebeer
#15213
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

I know you are but what am I


Oh hemerHOID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Your immediate problem is that you are seriously confused about the meaning........................


of the words "intellectual" and "giant"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !

 
Colpy
Conservative
+4
#15214
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

An intellectual giant.


.........compared to you, yep.
 
spilledthebeer
+1
#15215
Quote: Originally Posted by Colpy View Post

Letter to The Chilliwack Progress:


While reading the Dec. 4 edition of the Chilliwack Progress, I was shocked and angered by the Pre Christmas Sale from International Shooting Supplies’ ad. The ad contained six specific offerings for handguns.


Handguns are the weapon of choice used in the ongoing gang war and the drug-induced gang violence being fought through Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley. For years we have been told handguns were being smuggled over the border and sold to gang members, but this ad proves otherwise.


Without a doubt these weapons should be banned; military style assault weapons are not the main culprit, handguns are. When will the government stop promising legislation and deliver meaningful action?


As responsible corporate citizens, Black Press Media should not accept these types of ads.

DJ Desautels

(my emphasis)


This guy seems to think any gangbanger can walk into the local sporting goods store, buy a .357 Magnum, and walk out.


I can't even imagine this level of stupid.




I suggest that ads for such weapons are essentially useless in Canada..........................


since the number of potential licensed owners willing to shell out that kind of money.............................


because the pistol aint cheap............................................. ..


and because the ammunition AINT CHEAP either .......................................



and you aint allowed to carry the pistol anyplace but to a licensed gun range..........................


which means you have the monthly range fees as well - and certainly that is the deal here in Ontari-owe...................


since we dont have the B.C. bear problem........................................


so no excuse for carrying the thing in the Piney woods.............................


and NO RIGHT to fire it any place except the range..................................


unless a B.C. bear is actually mauling you SEVERELY.......................................... ..



add it all up and owning a pistol is for either the wealthy............................


or the criminal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Certainly the legal target market in Ontari-owe IS NOT LARGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


The average guy on the street simply cannot justify the money to wife!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Colpy
Conservative
+2
#15216
Relevant excerpt from Bill Blair's mandate letter:


I will expect you to work with your colleagues and through established legislative, regulatory and Cabinet processes to deliver on your top priorities. In particular, you will:
  • With support from the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, implement our firearms policy commitments, including to:
    • Amend Canada’s firearms laws to ban all military-style assault rifles, with an associated buyback program and two-year amnesty;
    • Work with provinces and territories to give municipalities the ability to further restrict or ban handguns;
    • Update firearms licence requirements for ammunition imports, strengthen safe-storage laws, develop a mechanism for suspending licences for those who pose a danger to themselves or others, continue to build a national system that allows for the flagging of bulk purchases of firearms, impose stronger penalties for gun smuggling, provide the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) with additional resources to detect and stop gun smuggling, and work to limit by regulation the glorification of violence in firearms marketing and sales; and
    • Continue to protect the rights of hunters and farmers. There will not be a return of the long-gun registry.
    https://pm.gc.ca/en/mandate-letters/...mandate-letter
 
Hoid
#15217
All in the name of good people control
 
JamesBondo
+4
#15218
you are a f7ck8ng idiot troll
 
petros
+3
#15219
Quote: Originally Posted by Colpy View Post

OK, Hoid and Curious, and any other anti-gunner out there, tell me the difference between these two rifles:

FN FAL;
Cartridge: 7.62 x 51 NATO (.308Winchester)
Mode of Operation: semi automatic only
Feed devices: 5 round magazines (10 or 20 round available if smuggled, but are illegal)

Remington 742
Cartridge: 7.62 x 51 NATO (.308Winchester)
Mode of Operation: semi automatic only
Feed devices: 5 round magazines (10 or 20 round available if smuggled, but are illegal)
I have owned both types. One is prohibited (grandfathered). is registered under an OiC, and is considered so dangerous it can not be taken out of my house, the highest level of control for any firearms possessed in Canada..
The other is non-restricted........not registered, is at the lowest level of control that exists in Canada. (PAL required, that's it!)
If this doesn't illustrate the complete stupidity of those running our gun control system, I don't know what will.

The Remington is an organic rifle cuz it has a sustainable wooden stock.
 
Colpy
Conservative
+6
#15220
Most New Zealand Gun Owners So Far Decline to Hand in Anything

12/13/19 2:15 AM | by Chris Eger





Even seemingly non-controversial guns, such as some types of lever-action rifles and pump-action shotguns, are subject to New Zealand’s pending gun ban, with a compensation scheme offering as little as one-quarter of the firearm’s base value. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)



With only a week before time is up to sell the government their newly-outlawed guns, many in New Zealand haven’t.


The Pacific country has a nationwide ban on several types of common firearms with a deadline of Dec. 20. Police Minister Stuart Nash earlier this year had estimated that as many as 300,000 guns of various manufacture– out of the 1.5 million in circulation– were targeted by the move. However, the latest figures from government sources are that only about 36,000 guns have been sold at police-arranged events by Nov. 11, at a cost of NZ$70 million ($45 million) in public funds.


“The clock is ticking on the last opportunity to receive payment for prohibited firearms and parts, or to hand over unwanted or unlawful guns without fear of prosecution under the amnesty,” said Nash in a statement. “If people don’t hand in the other prohibited firearms and parts by 20 Dec. they will get no money and will face up to five years in prison and the loss of their firearms license.”


While hundreds of gun owners have applied for special permits to keep their banned firearms, and others have modified their collection to meet new mandates, pundits feel that many are simply staying away.


“[Nash] has failed to engage with the firearms community and they’re responding by not engaging with the buyback,” said Brett Hudson with the New Zealand National Party, a group that holds just under half of the seats in the country’s House of Representatives. Worse



Hudson pointed out that criminals aren’t turning in their guns either.


“Gangs are not complying with the buyback and we are seeing no action from the Government to tackle the problems of illegal firearm use, with the focus seemingly on the law-abiding firearms community,” said Hudson.


Compounding the issue, gun owner groups argue the government is not offering any compensation for accessories, ammunition, and safes that are now redundant. Further, unease by those who have registered to sell their firearms to the government was increased after the likelihood that their personal information may have been compromised last week in a data breach.
Wide Net

Besides all centerfire semi-auto rifles, the prohibition covers even lever-action, bolt-action, and pump-action rifles if they have a capacity of more than 10 cartridges– regardless if they are chambered in centerfire or rimfire calibers.


When it comes to shotguns, pumps, and semi-autos capable of holding more than five shells are now banned. A 15-page price list covering about 300 guns has been released by police which sets a base value by model, of which the government may offer between 25 and 95 percent, depending on the gun’s condition.


For example, a Browning BAR Mk. II, a semi-auto hunting rifle typically with a four-round magazine, has a base price of NZ$1500 ($985) on the list, which would mean the owner of the classic game-getter could get as little as NZ$375 ($246) for the gun– or risk a hefty prison sentence should they decide not to hand it in.


Several vintage rifles from yesteryear — some out of production for nearly a century– are on the list including the Remington Model 8, Winchester 1907, the M1 Garand, and various examples of the French MAS series. Rare Heckler & Koch wooden-stocked sporting rifles, like the HK 630 and HK 770, have likewise been targeted for destruction.


Have a Mossberg 500 with a 6-shell tube? It’s on the list alongside the Beretta A300 and Benelli SuperNova.


Meanwhile, anti-gun politicians on this side of the Pacific are enamored with the disarming of Kiwi gun collectors. Earlier this year, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calf, applauded New Zealand lawmakers on “a job well done,” following the statement up with “the U.S. should follow suit.”


https://www.guns.com/news/2019/12/13...98h1Pr1T4ZA_TQ
 
pgs
Free Thinker
+3
#15221
Quote: Originally Posted by Colpy View Post

Most New Zealand Gun Owners So Far Decline to Hand in Anything

12/13/19 2:15 AM | by Chris Eger





Even seemingly non-controversial guns, such as some types of lever-action rifles and pump-action shotguns, are subject to New Zealand’s pending gun ban, with a compensation scheme offering as little as one-quarter of the firearm’s base value. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)



With only a week before time is up to sell the government their newly-outlawed guns, many in New Zealand haven’t.


The Pacific country has a nationwide ban on several types of common firearms with a deadline of Dec. 20. Police Minister Stuart Nash earlier this year had estimated that as many as 300,000 guns of various manufacture– out of the 1.5 million in circulation– were targeted by the move. However, the latest figures from government sources are that only about 36,000 guns have been sold at police-arranged events by Nov. 11, at a cost of NZ$70 million ($45 million) in public funds.


“The clock is ticking on the last opportunity to receive payment for prohibited firearms and parts, or to hand over unwanted or unlawful guns without fear of prosecution under the amnesty,” said Nash in a statement. “If people don’t hand in the other prohibited firearms and parts by 20 Dec. they will get no money and will face up to five years in prison and the loss of their firearms license.”


While hundreds of gun owners have applied for special permits to keep their banned firearms, and others have modified their collection to meet new mandates, pundits feel that many are simply staying away.


“[Nash] has failed to engage with the firearms community and they’re responding by not engaging with the buyback,” said Brett Hudson with the New Zealand National Party, a group that holds just under half of the seats in the country’s House of Representatives. Worse



Hudson pointed out that criminals aren’t turning in their guns either.


“Gangs are not complying with the buyback and we are seeing no action from the Government to tackle the problems of illegal firearm use, with the focus seemingly on the law-abiding firearms community,” said Hudson.


Compounding the issue, gun owner groups argue the government is not offering any compensation for accessories, ammunition, and safes that are now redundant. Further, unease by those who have registered to sell their firearms to the government was increased after the likelihood that their personal information may have been compromised last week in a data breach.
Wide Net

Besides all centerfire semi-auto rifles, the prohibition covers even lever-action, bolt-action, and pump-action rifles if they have a capacity of more than 10 cartridges– regardless if they are chambered in centerfire or rimfire calibers.


When it comes to shotguns, pumps, and semi-autos capable of holding more than five shells are now banned. A 15-page price list covering about 300 guns has been released by police which sets a base value by model, of which the government may offer between 25 and 95 percent, depending on the gun’s condition.


For example, a Browning BAR Mk. II, a semi-auto hunting rifle typically with a four-round magazine, has a base price of NZ$1500 ($985) on the list, which would mean the owner of the classic game-getter could get as little as NZ$375 ($246) for the gun– or risk a hefty prison sentence should they decide not to hand it in.


Several vintage rifles from yesteryear — some out of production for nearly a century– are on the list including the Remington Model 8, Winchester 1907, the M1 Garand, and various examples of the French MAS series. Rare Heckler & Koch wooden-stocked sporting rifles, like the HK 630 and HK 770, have likewise been targeted for destruction.


Have a Mossberg 500 with a 6-shell tube? It’s on the list alongside the Beretta A300 and Benelli SuperNova.


Meanwhile, anti-gun politicians on this side of the Pacific are enamored with the disarming of Kiwi gun collectors. Earlier this year, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calf, applauded New Zealand lawmakers on “a job well done,” following the statement up with “the U.S. should follow suit.”


https://www.guns.com/news/2019/12/13...98h1Pr1T4ZA_TQ

It’s seems Feinstein was a little premature on her congratulations. Good idea , turn in your riffles for a quarter of their value . A recipe for success .
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+3
#15222
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

All in the name of good people control

WE are taking away your key board because you are obviously not only not qualified to own or use one, you have also demonstrated evil intent towards other people's property, and also the basis for all criminality: POLITICAL DISHONESTY.

just sayin...

Not to mention how you keep russian on in to try to influence our elections every chance you get.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+2
#15223
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

The Remington is an organic rifle cuz it has a sustainable wooden stock.

Yes, and it utilizes reusable sight lines as well.
 
petros
+6
#15224
Quote:

Hudson pointed out that criminals aren’t turning in their guns either.


“Gangs are not complying with the buyback and we are seeing no action from the Government to tackle the problems of illegal firearm use, with the focus seemingly on the law-abiding firearms community,” said Hudson.

That's because it's not the gangs they NEED to disarm.

They're after Government safety rather than public safety.
 
spilledthebeer
+2
#15225
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

All in the name of good people control


So WHY are you not being controlled????????????????????????


You spew lies like a rabid dog spews foam!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
petros
+3
#15226
MOST NEW ZEALAND GUN OWNERS SO FAR DECLINE TO HAND IN ANYTHING

12/13/19 2:15 AM | by Chris Eger

With only a week before time is up to sell the government their newly-outlawed guns, many in New Zealand haven’t.

The Pacific country has a nationwide ban on several types of common firearms with a deadline of Dec. 20. Police Minister Stuart Nash earlier this year had estimated that as many as 300,000 guns of various manufacture– out of the 1.5 million in circulation– were targeted by the move. However, the latest figures from government sources are that only about 36,000 guns have been sold at police-arranged events by Nov. 11, at a cost of NZ$70 million ($45 million) in public funds.

“The clock is ticking on the last opportunity to receive payment for prohibited firearms and parts, or to hand over unwanted or unlawful guns without fear of prosecution under the amnesty,” said Nash in a statement. “If people don’t hand in the other prohibited firearms and parts by 20 Dec. they will get no money and will face up to five years in prison and the loss of their firearms license.”

While hundreds of gun owners have applied for special permits to keep their banned firearms, and others have modified their collection to meet new mandates, pundits feel that many are simply staying away.

“[Nash] has failed to engage with the firearms community and they’re responding by not engaging with the buyback,” said Brett Hudson with the New Zealand National Party, a group that holds just under half of the seats in the country’s House of Representatives. Worse Hudson pointed out that criminals aren’t turning in their guns either.

“Gangs are not complying with the buyback and we are seeing no action from the Government to tackle the problems of illegal firearm use, with the focus seemingly on the law-abiding firearms community,” said Hudson.

Compounding the issue, gun owner groups argue the government is not offering any compensation for accessories, ammunition, and safes that are now redundant. Further, unease by those who have registered to sell their firearms to the government was increased after the likelihood that their personal information may have been compromised last week in a data breach.

WIDE NET
Besides all centerfire semi-auto rifles, the prohibition covers even lever-action, bolt-action, and pump-action rifles if they have a capacity of more than 10 cartridges– regardless if they are chambered in centerfire or rimfire calibers.

When it comes to shotguns, pumps, and semi-autos capable of holding more than five shells are now banned. A 15-page price list covering about 300 guns has been released by police which sets a base value by model, of which the government may offer between 25 and 95 percent, depending on the gun’s condition.

For example, a Browning BAR Mk. II, a semi-auto hunting rifle typically with a four-round magazine, has a base price of NZ$1500 ($985) on the list, which would mean the owner of the classic game-getter could get as little as NZ$375 ($246) for the gun– or risk a hefty prison sentence should they decide not to hand it in.

Several vintage rifles from yesteryear — some out of production for nearly a century– are on the list including the Remington Model 8, Winchester 1907, the M1 Garand, and various examples of the French MAS series. Rare Heckler & Koch wooden-stocked sporting rifles, like the HK 630 and HK 770, have likewise been targeted for destruction.

Have a Mossberg 500 with a 6-shell tube? It’s on the list alongside the Beretta A300 and Benelli SuperNova.

Meanwhile, anti-gun politicians on this side of the Pacific are enamored with the disarming of Kiwi gun collectors. Earlier this year, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calf, applauded New Zealand lawmakers on “a job well done,” following the statement up with “the U.S. should follow suit.”
 
spilledthebeer
#15227
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

MOST NEW ZEALAND GUN OWNERS SO FAR DECLINE TO HAND IN ANYTHING

12/13/19 2:15 AM | by Chris Eger

With only a week before time is up to sell the government their newly-outlawed guns, many in New Zealand haven’t.

The Pacific country has a nationwide ban on several types of common firearms with a deadline of Dec. 20. Police Minister Stuart Nash earlier this year had estimated that as many as 300,000 guns of various manufacture– out of the 1.5 million in circulation– were targeted by the move. However, the latest figures from government sources are that only about 36,000 guns have been sold at police-arranged events by Nov. 11, at a cost of NZ$70 million ($45 million) in public funds.

“The clock is ticking on the last opportunity to receive payment for prohibited firearms and parts, or to hand over unwanted or unlawful guns without fear of prosecution under the amnesty,” said Nash in a statement. “If people don’t hand in the other prohibited firearms and parts by 20 Dec. they will get no money and will face up to five years in prison and the loss of their firearms license.”

While hundreds of gun owners have applied for special permits to keep their banned firearms, and others have modified their collection to meet new mandates, pundits feel that many are simply staying away.

“[Nash] has failed to engage with the firearms community and they’re responding by not engaging with the buyback,” said Brett Hudson with the New Zealand National Party, a group that holds just under half of the seats in the country’s House of Representatives. Worse Hudson pointed out that criminals aren’t turning in their guns either.

“Gangs are not complying with the buyback and we are seeing no action from the Government to tackle the problems of illegal firearm use, with the focus seemingly on the law-abiding firearms community,” said Hudson.

Compounding the issue, gun owner groups argue the government is not offering any compensation for accessories, ammunition, and safes that are now redundant. Further, unease by those who have registered to sell their firearms to the government was increased after the likelihood that their personal information may have been compromised last week in a data breach.

WIDE NET
Besides all centerfire semi-auto rifles, the prohibition covers even lever-action, bolt-action, and pump-action rifles if they have a capacity of more than 10 cartridges– regardless if they are chambered in centerfire or rimfire calibers.

When it comes to shotguns, pumps, and semi-autos capable of holding more than five shells are now banned. A 15-page price list covering about 300 guns has been released by police which sets a base value by model, of which the government may offer between 25 and 95 percent, depending on the gun’s condition.

For example, a Browning BAR Mk. II, a semi-auto hunting rifle typically with a four-round magazine, has a base price of NZ$1500 ($985) on the list, which would mean the owner of the classic game-getter could get as little as NZ$375 ($246) for the gun– or risk a hefty prison sentence should they decide not to hand it in.

Several vintage rifles from yesteryear — some out of production for nearly a century– are on the list including the Remington Model 8, Winchester 1907, the M1 Garand, and various examples of the French MAS series. Rare Heckler & Koch wooden-stocked sporting rifles, like the HK 630 and HK 770, have likewise been targeted for destruction.

Have a Mossberg 500 with a 6-shell tube? It’s on the list alongside the Beretta A300 and Benelli SuperNova.

Meanwhile, anti-gun politicians on this side of the Pacific are enamored with the disarming of Kiwi gun collectors. Earlier this year, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calf, applauded New Zealand lawmakers on “a job well done,” following the statement up with “the U.S. should follow suit.”




So - New Zealand LIE-beral law makers are a successful......................................


as their North American counterparts when it comes to logical planning ..........................


and sensible implementation of policy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Good to know!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!
 
AnnaEmber
No Party Affiliation
+6 / -1
#15228
I still think gov't should ban fat. It kills waaaay more people than guns do.
 
Hoid
#15229
Quote: Originally Posted by AnnaEmber View Post

I still think gov't should ban fat. It kills waaaay more people than guns do.

A common myth
 
DaSleeper
+4
#15230
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

A common myth

You are so full of shit!



Even in 2002 it was higher than gun deaths

https://www.researchgate.net/figure/...f_fig1_8880853



Overall, there were 660 homicides in Canada last year, an increase of 48 from 2016. The homicide rate rose 7 percent to 1.8 victims per 100,000 people, the highest since 2009.
source:

https://time.com/5461950/canada-homi...e-2017-climbs/
 
Colpy
Conservative
+3
#15231
https://www.halifaxtoday.ca/local-ne...p8Ul2w_i980DsU
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
+3
#15232
Quote: Originally Posted by AnnaEmber View Post

I still think gov't should ban fat. It kills waaaay more people than guns do.


Now there is a sensible post!
 
Colpy
Conservative
#15233

Oh...never mind
 
spilledthebeer
#15234
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

You are so full of shit!



Even in 2002 it was higher than gun deaths

https://www.researchgate.net/figure/...f_fig1_8880853



Overall, there were 660 homicides in Canada last year, an increase of 48 from 2016. The homicide rate rose 7 percent to 1.8 victims per 100,000 people, the highest since 2009.
source:

https://time.com/5461950/canada-homi...e-2017-climbs/




IT IS AMAZING isnt it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


It is almost as if hemerHOID WANTS to be mocked and ridiculed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And exposed as a fake and a fraud!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



HemerHOID is some sort of political Masochist!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
harrylee
Free Thinker
+3
#15235
Quote: Originally Posted by spilledthebeer View Post



IT IS AMAZING isnt it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


It is almost as if hemerHOID WANTS to be mocked and ridiculed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And exposed as a fake and a fraud!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



HemerHOID is some sort of political Masochist!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Or....he is fat.....
 
Hoid
#15236
Victims of the Danforth shooting launch a $150 million lawsuit against Smith and Wesson.
 
spilledthebeer
#15237
Quote: Originally Posted by harrylee View Post

Or....he is fat.....




Oh?????????????????????


Do you think there is some connection between being fat............................


and being an arrogant LIE-beral propagandist??????????????????

 
spilledthebeer
#15238
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Victims of the Danforth shooting launch a $150 million lawsuit against Smith and Wesson.




TYPICAL LIE-beral IDIOCY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!


We dont sue the car maker if some drunk runs us over!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


This lawsuit against Smith and Wesson is just..................


MORE LIE-beral MAKE WORK......................


for stinking lawyers who are to lazy to chase ambulances!!!!!!



The chain of responsibility for the Danforth shooting .............



runs STRAIGHT TO THE LIE-beral party!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


First - it was LIE-berals - with their poisonous immigrant policy that focuses on selecting immigrants ..........................


WHO CANNOT INTEGRATE smoothly and easily and thus they will more readily sell their votes...........................


to LIE-berals in exchange for GOVT AID to survive in Canada!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!


Secondly it is LIE-berals who have GUTTED Our legal system............................


making it much harder to either keep criminals in jail - or deport them as we consider best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Thirdly it is LIE-berals who have NEGLECTED our border crossings and entry points.............................


so that drug and gun smugglers have a MUCH EASIER TIME operating!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And thus it was easier for the Danforth shooter to arm himself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Fourth it is LIE-berals who are rationing health care so that crazy people cannot get treatment and thus the Danforth shooter went on



his rampage UNTREATED AND UN-MEDICATED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!


Fifth it is LIE-berals who ENCOURAGE the crazies by referring to all ordinary Cdns as "systemic racists".............................


and as "Islamphobes" - thus giving the Danforth shooter a focus for his insane rage!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


It is LIE-berals who should be SUED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And sued NOT JUST for their chaotic legal system..............................


but sued for their INSANE DEFICITS AS WELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Before the election - Our idiot Boy told us we would have a $20 billion dollar deficit...............................


but things are going so smoothly in LIE-beral land that the deficit has jumped from $20 billion to over $26 billion............................


and LIE-berals HAVE NOT EVEN BEGUN to implement ANY of their costly election promises!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


If the LIE-beral deficit can grow that rapidly...................................


then WE SHOULD FEAR how rapidly the LIE-beral carbon tax SCAM......................................


will also be growing in the months ahead!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !
 
B00Mer
No Party Affiliation
+4
#15239
 
taxslave
Free Thinker
+1
#15240
Quote: Originally Posted by Colpy View Post

Relevant excerpt from Bill Blair's mandate letter:
I will expect you to work with your colleagues and through established legislative, regulatory and Cabinet processes to deliver on your top priorities. In particular, you will:

  • With support from the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, implement our firearms policy commitments, including to:
    • Amend Canada’s firearms laws to ban all military-style assault rifles, with an associated buyback program and two-year amnesty;
    • Work with provinces and territories to give municipalities the ability to further restrict or ban handguns;
    • Update firearms licence requirements for ammunition imports, strengthen safe-storage laws, develop a mechanism for suspending licences for those who pose a danger to themselves or others, continue to build a national system that allows for the flagging of bulk purchases of firearms, impose stronger penalties for gun smuggling, provide the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) with additional resources to detect and stop gun smuggling, and work to limit by regulation the glorification of violence in firearms marketing and sales; and
    • Continue to protect the rights of hunters and farmers. There will not be a return of the long-gun registry.
    https://pm.gc.ca/en/mandate-letters/...mandate-letter

Any bets on them living up to the last line?