Congress may decide in conference to ease District of Columbia gun restrictions (H.R. 3058). The House will vote Wednesday on shielding gunmakers from liability suits (S. 397). And last year, Congress let the assault weapons ban (P.L. 103-322) expire.(Emphasis added)
It's enough to make a gun-control advocate quit.
"It's not an easy job to get up every day and duke it out with the gun lobby," Michael Barnes, president and CEO of the Brady Campaign and Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, said Tuesday, "but it's very important."
Barnes resigned this week.
It's enough to cause Kim du Tuit to do the Happy Dance. Farewell, auf wiedersehn, Ta-ta, good-bye, don't let the screen door hit you in the butt on the way out you hidden-agenda hypocritical gun-control loser! The world will be a better place without you.
Hat Tip to Smallest Minority, respectful nod to ArmsAndTheLaw, and thanks to Daphne Retter, Congressional Quarterly Staff.
The Gun-Control Goof Squad is getting smaller, folks.
I like it like that.