SACRAMENTO, Calif. —
California lawmakers held an oversight hearing on Tuesday to figure out how to improve the state’s Armed and Prohibited Persons System, also known as APPS, which is a program that is supposed to keep guns out of the hands of potentially dangerous people.
They could try just deporting known criminals back to their home countries.ReplyDelete
If you're a man, you better damn well be potentially dangerous.ReplyDelete
Nothing will happen because a certain race has most of the illegal guns.ReplyDelete
Wrong. That just means they'll go after the guns of white guys who live in the suburbs, not the guns of the People of Color who live in South Central L.A. or the MS 13 crowd in Selma, CA. That way they can still say "See? We're taking care of the problem" while actually doing nothing to stop crime at the risk of getting their asses shot.Delete
I am a chronic migraine sufferer. Several of the medications that I take for prevention of them, also are used for depression. So no doubt I would land on the list in California as a prohibited person, due to my taking anti depression medications.ReplyDelete
Off label medications are used for many things. Anti depressants are used quite often to increase the profits of the drug makers.
Articles author noted that the Calif.DOJ could not retain special agents for long, who were willing to go out and confiscate peoples guns. WTH?? I guess you cant pay people enough to go be bullet traps in a shooting gallery every day.ReplyDelete
Fun Fact: California Department of Justice Special Agents are the only job classification listed on the Transparent California website whose names are withheld. There's a reason for that.Delete
It's also why when they go to check out a guy's AR in the presence of his wife and six year old daughter they send 6 to 8 of these 'special' agents.
BTW, the job pays from about $110,000 to $145,000 a year.
Which are basically starvation wages in any major metro area of that state...Delete
Elmo, I guess the cost has gone up from 30 pieces of silver.Delete
Your analogy is right on the mammon, Sir.Delete
If they are going to keep guns out of the hands of potentially dangerous people, that would have to include all of the alphabet Agencies.ReplyDelete
What is wrong with those fuck-wits? I am potentially dangerous, you are potentially dangerous, everyone on the face of the earth is potentially dangerous, and they'll become actually dangerous, given the right (or wrong) provocation. And, the jackasses in Sacramento seem determined to provide that provocation.ReplyDelete
You nailed it.Delete
Yes, the fuck-wits' intention is to provoke a reaction, so they can react to the reaction to their provocation.
The fuck-wits are confident that they will personally be safe from the reactions. They are over-confident.
But then, they've never been too bright to begin with.