Saturday, January 12, 2013

Now They Want to Try Diane Feinstein for Treason


A petition to try California Senator Dianne Feinstein for treason as a response to her efforts to pass draconian gun control legislation has surpassed the required number of signatures that now mandates a White House response.


The petition, which was filed with the We The People website on December 27, has already obtained over 29,000 signatures weeks before the deadline of January 26.


“Senator Dianne Feinstein has made it clear she does not believe in the Constitution or the inalienable rights of Americans to keep and bear arms. She is actively working to destroy the 2nd amendment with her 2013 assault weapons ban. For this reason we the people of the United States petition for her to be tried in Federal Court for treason to the Constitution,” states the petition.

Are these guys a riot, or what?

21 comments:

  1. Gunsucks are stupid people by definition.

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    1. You sure are special now aren't ya..

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  2. What do you expect shes breaking her oath if anyone in the military broke theres they'd be arrested for it.

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  3. She advocates civil rights violations (2nd,4th,5th (at least)), I have advocated her removal from office for quite some time.

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  4. After a trial and conviction, Capitol Hill would be the perfect place for her hanging.

    orlin sellers

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  5. How dare this woman propose "regulation" for the weapons brave, brave Gun Nuts relish more than innocent children's lives! The Tree of Liberty must be refreshed with the blood of children.

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    1. Can you show ONE gun law that reduce crime? I have always bin able to show the higher gun sales go the lower crime goes. You can look at Mikeb's face book page you think I'm lieing.

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    2. You can look for your self at FBI.gov look up NICS back round checks then look up crime rates in 2012 will have, several time tables supporting my claims. Can you do the same?

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    3. Ridiculous. Can you point to any law which has ever stopped a crime? Crime has gone down for a variety of reasons. Guns and gun crimes have exploded. Because of the prolieferation of guns flooding America by rapacious gun manufacturers.

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    4. Gun sales are on the rise, yes, but the rates of violent crime are dropping and have been since the early 90s.

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    5. Well tell me Grung if I was able to give you a source, that shows gun sales going up and crime dropping. Why can't you show me a gun law that was passed and after said law was passed crime going down.

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    6. The US is the highest in gun owner ship 88 per 100 people yet we don't even hit 10th place in gun crime.

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    7. Gene's right about there being multiple factors in any increase or decrease in violence. Gun availability is one, and it stands to reason that it would tend to INCREASE violent crime.

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    8. How does the US really compare on firearms? The world's crime figures are collected by the UNODC through its annual crime survey. It has a special section of data on firearm homicides - and provides detailed information by size of population and compared to other crimes. It is not a perfect dataset - some key nations are missing from the data, including Russia, China and Afghanistan. But it does include the US, UK and many other developed nations.

      The Small Arms Survey is also useful - although it is from 2007, it collates civilian gun ownership rates for 178 countries around the world, and has 'normalised' the data to include a rate per 100,000 population.

      It shows that:

      With less than 5% of the world's population, the United States is home to roughly 35–50 per cent of the world's civilian-owned guns, heavily skewing the global geography of firearms and any relative comparison

      So, given those caveats, we can see which countries have the highest ownership rates for firearms - and which have the highest gun murder rates.

      The key facts are:

      • The US has the highest gun ownership rate in the world - an average of 88 per 100 people. That puts it first in the world for gun ownership - and even the number two country, Yemen, has significantly fewer - 54.8 per 100 people
      • But the US does not have the worst firearm murder rate - that prize belongs to Honduras, El Salvador and Jamaica. In fact, the US is number 28, with a rate of 2.97 per 100,000 people
      • Puerto Rico tops the world's table for firearms murders as a percentage of all homicides - 94.8%. It's followed by Sierra Leone in Africa and Saint Kitts and Nevis in the Caribbean

      http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2012/jul/22/gun-homicides-ownership-world-list#data

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    9. And Puerto Rico has strict gun laws. It's also an island, so it's not so easy to blame the good gun laws of Virginia for letting guns in without at the same time admitting that if America had the kind of gun control Mikeb wants, guns would be brought in from other countries for the benefit of criminals.

      The fact, as we've shown time and again, is that gun laws don't correlate with rates of violence. Other factors are the significant ones. But it's in the nature of a control freak to remain busy, even if ineffective.

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    10. If you were the least bit honest, you would select a survey that puts the US against other 1st world countries. Comparing the US to banana republics and African dictatorships is bullshit.

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  6. Well, this petition is to charge one person with a crime. Her proposal has the potential to charge tens of millions of Americans with a crime.

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    1. Way to go for maintaining individual responsibility.

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    2. We take responsibility for the actual harms and good that we do. Her proposals aim to define good people as criminals, even though those people have done nothing wrong.

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  8. She swore an oath to defend the Constitution, not tear it to shreds. She's also a hypocrite typical of the gun control freak side, since she had a carry license and a handgun to defend herself.

    Sadly, if violating an oath or being a hypocrite were disqualifying factors for holding office, we'd have few politicians left.

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