Does Ron Johnson Still Believe 100-Shot Loads Are Constitutionally-Protected?
After Aurora, an unmoved Sen. Johnson still defined possessing high-capacity magazines as a matter of freedom.
Duly-noted here at the time:
Monday, July 23, 2012
WI Sen. Johnson Says 100-Round Ammo Clips Are A Freedom RightEven for our one-note, smarts'-challenged RoJo, this is hitting bottom:
And after Newtown, where 20 school children and six adults' First Amendment rights to assemble were obliterated by someone else's purported 2nd Amendment rights?Tea party-backed Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) says that the right to own high-capacity ammunitions magazines like the 100-round drum that was used to kill at least a dozen people in Colorado last week is a “basic freedom” that is protected by the U.S. Constitution.
Exactly what "well-regulated militia" did the shooter and the mother he also murdered belong?
It wouldn't surprise me that ROJO would cling to his previously stated conviction on this issue. And, if he indeed persists, that's OK with me. Ron Johnson's troglodytic, atavistic notions about how this old world works seem permanently stuck in his little pea-brain. OK with me.
Why? He'll be bewildered and left behind when the truth dawns on millions of the ordinary citizens he consider to be "his base". We live in a crazy (and getting crazier)world. And, it's, at long last, dawning on that self-same bunch of supporters that something's gotta change. ROJO is beyond understanding this. He's hopeless; he's finished.
Ignore him. He's finished. Ignore him.
Forget RoJo. The person who should be questioned on these issues is Don Pridemore. The man who wants to be our next Schools Superintendent didn't vote for conceal carry because it was too restrictive. Make him own his stance on this.
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