Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Predictably, moonbats blame Bush for VT shootings

The only surprise is that it took this long. Via Hot Air:
Keith Olbermann tried to blame President Bush and the Republican Congress for yesterday’s massacre because they “allowed” a ban on 9mm clips like the one used to murder 32 people to expire. Transcript:
At least one of the weapons used by the shooter is believed, as we said, to be in nine millimeter semi-automatic pistol, which would be like this one, with a clip designed to hold more than 10 shots. Clips like those were banned under the Assault Weapons Law of 1994, but Congress and President Bush allowed that law to expire more than two years ago.

Confederate Yankee points out one small problem with Blabberman's observation:
High-capacity magazines have been around for more than half a century, and the sale of high-capacity magazines was not impacted whatsoever by the 1994 Crime Bill. These magazines were freely and commercially available, both in retail stores and online, without interruption, for the 10-year life of the ban, the decades preceding it, and afterward.

Blabberman, you may want to go ahead and issue that correction, so both of your viewers will be up to speed.

Geez, if it's not American moonbats blaming Bush, it's those idiot Euros blaming Charlton Heston. Exit question: did we export moonbattery to other countries, or did we import it from other countries?

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