VP Joe Biden On Gun Control, “This Is Just The Beginning!”

March 28, 2013 1:08 pmViews: 3696

Joe Biden This is just the beginning on gun control

Does anyone really think if liberals in Congress or in state legislatures around this country get some kind of what is usually an unconstitutional piece of gun control legislation passed, that they will sit back and be done with their efforts? Even if they lose and 2nd Amendment conservatives stop this initial onslaught of anti-gun propaganda and legislative efforts, do you think liberal gun haters will be done?

No they won't and Vice President Joe Biden assured us of that when he spoke yesterday on a conference call trying to rally anti-gun nuts ahead of a “day of action” organized by Mayors Against Illegal Guns. I'd just like to pause for a minute and ask, who the hell came up with such a stupid name as "Mayors Against Illegal Guns?" Who in the world is FOR illegal guns, except for criminals who won't obey any gun laws? But on that conference call organized by NY Mayor "Nanny" Michael Bloomberg, Joe Biden said, “Let me say this as clearly as I can: this is just the beginning.”

So when your liberal friends and whiny acquaintances on Facebook want to challenge you with the mindless statement that, "no one wants to take your guns," you can direct them to any of these articles or to the above statement proving that as far up the ladder as it goes in this country, the anti-gun, anti-2nd Amendment crowd is just getting started and they will not rest until they either ban or confiscate many of our guns.

Read more about Joe Biden's frightening statement from The Washington Times below:

Vice President Joseph R. Biden, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and other gun control advocates insisted Wednesday that both momentum and public opinion are on their side, but recent polling shows Americans turning against stricter laws as more time elapses since the Newtown shootings.

Mr. Biden rallied gun control advocates ahead of a “day of action” organized by Mayors Against Illegal Guns, telling supporters that bans on so-called assault weapons and high-capacity magazines are “just the beginning.”

“Let me say this as clearly as I can: this is just the beginning,” he said on a conference call organized by the group, which is co-chaired by New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. “We believe that weapons of war have no place on our streets. That’s the message that retired admirals and generals have spoken to us about. The comment one of them used was if you want to learn how to use a semiautomatic weapon, join the United States military. But these are weapons of war.”

President Obama is also scheduled to host mothers, victims of gun violence, law enforcement officials and others at an event at the White House on Thursday, and Brina Milikowski of MAIG said the group has more than 140 events planned in at least 29 states.

“The most important thing we can do in the lead-up to the vote in Congress in a couple weeks is to make our voices heard,” Ms. Milikowski said. “We know that Congress is paying attention — not just to the polls and to the news, but also to grass-roots events and mobile initiatives showing overwhelming support among Americans for common-sense public safety measures.”

But despite the proclamations, White House spokesman Josh Earnest struck a much more cautious tone Wednesday, saying the mere fact that the Senate will be voting on an assault weapons ban is a step in the right direction.

“I think because of all the talk of the president and because of his aggressive advocacy of this issue, there will be a vote in the United States Senate on whether or not military-style assault weapons will be banned from the streets of this country,” Mr. Earnest said. “I think that is — that represents progress.”

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