posted on Apr, 10 2013 @ 04:36 AM
So what do they want now? They want to close the gun show loophole for one. The gun grabbers have had their eye on the gun shows for many years now
and not for public saftey reasons. Dont be fooled. Besides none of these politically usefull cases have anything to do with gun shows. And understand,
if they could they would love to pin the tail on the gun shows. Instead, for political reasons, the fed will cover its failure and act in denial of
the fact that these killers bought their weapons in the system and fell through the cracks of typical government ineptitude.
What we have here is a federal failure to enforce the laws in place to weed out the mentaly ill from buying guns.
The Gun Control Act of 1968, approved by Congress in the wake of the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy, barred sale
of guns to anyone adjudicated as mentally ill. The Brady Act of 1993 embedded the mental illness disqualification into the newly established
background check system for anyone purchasing a new firearm.
Yes this had been on the books since 1968. But even with renewed efforts the system failed. Could this be grounds for a law suit against the states
involved and the federal government for poor enforcement? Sounds like it. Whats their answer?Typical and further inept actions by elected
representatives, further restriction on law abiding citizens,and poor representation and protection of the Bill of Rights of by representatives.
report last summer concluded that although state mental health record submissions to NICS had gone up 800 percent between 2004 and 2011, the
increase was attributable to just 12 states that had contributed more than 10,000 records each. California submitted the most, 279,589.
Check out that neet little figure by the way. It says alot. 279,586 submissions of state mental health records by California alone! Sounds like an
edit on 10-4-2013 by Logarock because: n