Saturday, February 4, 2012

Super Bowl used to pitch gun control

The hypocrisy is amazing as the mayors of New York and Boston say they support the Second Amendment by pitching gun control:

The ad, sponsored by Mayors Against Illegal Guns, is scheduled to run in Sunday's Super Bowl telecast.

Despite the lack of any credible threats to the Super Bowl, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has deployed TSA VIPR teams around Indianapolis obstensively because there's a growing need for this kind of unprecedented heavily armed, anticipatory security in America.

Yet the mayors of New York and Boston want more hurdles put in place to keep law abiding Americans from acquiring and using firearms to protect themselves under the Second Amendment.

Yes, the mayors couch their ad by citing illegal guns. But you also have to weigh that, because of stiff local regs, an illegal gun in Boston, New York and or other left-leaning cities might be perfectly legal in many other jurisdictions around the USA.

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