Gun Control’s Trojan Horse to be voted on Thursday, April 11

The Senate’s top Democrat says he will force a vote Thursday on whether to open debate on tougher gun laws. Another monstrosity that does not come up through committees, without hearings.

What we do know, is that the ACLU has found enough to be concerned: ACLU attacks Reid’s Gun Law, cites Privacy and Civil Liberties.  One of the major concerns is the background checks that seem to be the most likely to pass. Presently, almost all information obtained in the check is thrown out in 24 hours. There is nothing proposed that would include this 24 hour provision. So your background check information could be retained forever thus by de facto be gun registration.

Under existing law, most information regarding an approved purchase is destroyed within 24 hours when a licensed seller does a [National Instant Criminal Background Check System] check now,” Calabrese said, “and almost all of it is destroyed within 90 days.”

“[U]nfortunately, we have seen in the past that the creation of these types of records leads sometimes to the creation of government databases and collections of personal information on all of us,” Calabrese warned. “

“As we’ve seen with many large government databases, if you build it, they will come.”
“And existing law also bars the use of those records for other purposes,” Calabrese continued, explaining that the government is supposed to be barred by the Privacy Act from transferring database information between agencies without the consent of the individual citizen.

Search as I may for any new information on the gun control bill , I found nothing. Nada. After listening to a rousing and stirring rant by Mark Levin on  the subject, the only thing I can offer is a Mark Levin archive of his program at his website done last night, and I encourage everyone who cares one wit about the subject, to listen to the first minutes, It can be found here for the date April 9, 2013. Scroll  down to audio rewind. 04/09 The Mark Levin Show

Here is a short clip to get you in the mood to hear the full thing:


 WASHINGTON — A bipartisan deal seems imminent on expanding background checks to more gun buyers, an agreement that could build support for President Barack Obama’s drive to curb firearms violence.

 Meanwhile, the Senate is ready for an opening vote on restricting guns as Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., set a roll call for Thursday on starting consideration of the firearms legislation. Odds are growing that Democrats will win enough Republican support to thwart an effort by conservatives and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to block consideration from even starting.


9 Responses to “Gun Control’s Trojan Horse to be voted on Thursday, April 11”

  1. Always On Watch Says:

    This bill is going to be just like the ObamaCare bill (according to Nancy Pelosi): “We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what’s in it.”


  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    You are exactly right, a universal background check will lead to a national registry and that is what Obama really wants. This is why Reid is so anxious to pass this bill without debate, he knows what it will lead to and he wants to pass it before the American people figure it out. I only hope we have enough strong Republicans who will oppose this and not let it see the light of day.


  3. Designs by Dianne Says:

    Goes along with the Trojan BO worm virus ruining the country. What about the ‘stabbing deaths’ now on the rise! Plastic forks and spoons will soon be our only defense! Good word use Bunker: sanguine!


  4. Conservatives on Fire Says:

    They know their bill will not go anywhere and they know if it did pass it would not stop mass murders. It is all a show to denigrate Republicans. And, when the next mass murder happens, 5hey will remind the public that it is republicans and Tea Baggers who insist on having guns and they will eventually get what they want: the confiscation of our guns.


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