Democrats propose limits on online ammo sales | CNN


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Open wide! Here comes your serving of useless Constitutionally abhorrent behavior in response to tragedy.

Two Democratic lawmakers took on the hot-button political issue of gun control Monday, introducing legislation that would effectively ban online ammunition sales.

Longtime gun control advocates Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-New Jersey, and Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, D-New York, introduced the bill that they said would prevent buyers from purchasing unlimited quantities of ammunition through the Internet or through the mail. The bill would also require ammunition dealers to report bulk ammo sales to law enforcement.

Even though the Aurora shooters magazine jammed and he was only able to unload the number of bullets that any person can purchase at the local Walmart. But facts just don’t seem to matter on this one…

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  1. Cathy 2 August, 2012 at 03:22 Reply

    It’s like the saying goes: Give someone an inch, and they’ll take a mile. For example, first you’ll be limited to x amount of rounds. And then that amount will keep decreasing and so on. (I came to your blog after watching your video after watching the trailer for Runaway Slave.)

  2. Cathy 2 August, 2012 at 03:22 Reply

    It’s like the saying goes: Give someone an inch, and they’ll take a mile. For example, first you’ll be limited to x amount of rounds. And then that amount will keep decreasing and so on. (I came to your blog after watching your video after watching the trailer for Runaway Slave.)

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