Biden wants new gun laws, but can’t enforce the old laws

| January 19, 2013

This is fairly unbelievable – if wasn’t that moron, Joe Bite Me, I wouldn’t believe it. According to the NRA, when they had their meeting with Bite Me last week, they were given five minutes to present their case to Plugs Mumbles, and among the things they proposed was vigorous prosecution of existing laws. Biden’s response was that the government doesn’t have the resources to prosecute existing laws;

Vice-President Biden said, “And to your point, Mr. Baker, regarding the lack of prosecutions on lying on Form 4473s, we simply don’t have the time or manpower to prosecute everybody who lies on a form, that checks a wrong box, that answers a question inaccurately.” That’s right: Biden said the administration just doesn’t have time to prosecute crimes (felonies punishable by up to a 10-year prison sentence) under existing laws, but is proposing a host of sweeping new laws.

So, basically, that’s why they want to take all of our guns away from us, because they’ve created a system that they can’t manage properly, so their solution is to punish us for their incompetent boobery. And they put the biggest boob they can find to handle the punishment of those of us who have complied with the law.

The whole gun control thing has revolved around keeping guns out of the hands of people who aren’t competent or otherwise shouldn’t be armed, but the simple form that we all have to fill out and sign, the stopgap to keep criminals from purchasing guns, you know criminals, people who don’t answer questions truthfully, and all they have to do is not answer questions truthfully. And the government, which makes us take the time to fill out the forms and do the NICS check, isn’t going to bother taking the time so see if the form was filled out correctly.

Thanks, Bite Me. Any other useless crap you want to shove down our throat?

Category: Barack Obama/Joe Biden, Guns

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  1. The Other Whitey says:

    And to think numbnuts is only a heartbeat away from the presidency. Isn’t that a comforting thought? Plus if they don’t have the resources to enforce existing laws, how the hell is a sane person supposed to believe they’ll be able to enforce new ones? But that’s a liberal argument for ya. After all, it was never logical to begin with.

  2. USMCE8Ret says:

    I’ve said it before – all this from a gov’t who can’t control its spending, can’t regulate its borders, gives away free phones and expands social programs without enacting some controls with them? What else did I leave out?

    So yes, instead of fixing the current problems within the existing gun laws and criminal justice system, this country is going to convolute and exacerbate the problem by doing what it always does. Makes perfect fuckin’ sense to me. (SARC)

  3. Just Plain Jason says:

    The only thing they seem to be really good at is collecting money from honest taxpayers.

  4. Kid says:

    That’s where we’re at MR Lilyea

  5. NHSparky says:

    This is what happens when politicians start to believe their own bullshit.

  6. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    Just think, his second term has not yet begun! Four more years of this ma-roon, unless, of course, he is involuntarily committed before the four are up. I tell you, the real story will be when he actually says something intelligent–that he didn’t steal for someone else.

    The most dangerous man in the world, as far as the administration is concerned, is Joey off script with a recorder running.

  7. Ex-PH2 says:

    Should we start a “we, the people” petition to have Uncle Joey the Drunk’s mouth sewn shut?

    They can’t enforce the laws already in place. So what, pray tell, is the use of more laws? Can these incredible morons stop wasting our time and our tax money on this crap? (Those are rhetorical questions, in case anyone wonders.)

    Four more years of this crap. (Sigh.) The GOP had better come up with someone who can actually present a good case next time around. I think I’m more appalled by the idea that Obama could drop dead in his tracks, putting Biden the Birdbrain in charge, than anything else. Oh, but what if Biden dropped dead in his tracks a few weeks later? Now there’s a thought. He is, after all, and old fart. Anything is possible.

  8. USMCE8Ret says:

    @6 – I thought the most dangerous man in the world was another character embedded within this blog? I guess our favorite drunk Uncle Joe has some competition here.

    To bad you can’t impeach for stupidity. (Yeah, I know… you can’t impeach the VP).

  9. Ex-PH2 says:

    @8 – No, but you can pull a Nixon/Spiro Agnew on him.

  10. Pandora says:

    I live in Ct, about 15 minutes from Sandy Hook. Could someone inform VP Biden that CT already has some of the toughest gun laws in the country. These didn’t stop the massacre at Sandy Hook. Why is he so convinced a host of new laws will somehow accomplish this?

  11. Green Thumb says:


  12. OWB says:

    Doing anything constructive is not the aim of any lib. The only aim of libs is to create the appearance of a problem which does not exist so that they can spend a BUNCH of someone else’s $$ to never solve the problem which by now they have created. You know the drill: committees to study the “issues,” never read the results of the studies, and within a few years there are entire college departments and government agencies focused on the new problem.

    Case in point is medical care. It really wasn’t all that bad in the 60’s but Medicare was created to solve some imagined health care crisis. Then in the 70’s, HMO’s were mandated to solve another imagined health care crisis. Then we got the rest of it slung at us a bit here and a bit there until this last giant boondoggle.

    Perhaps the most absurd example of legislative dysfunction in my lifetime was watching Ted Kennedy in the 70’s extolling the virtues of HMO’s and attempting to sell us on how they would magically cure everyone’s ills. Fast forward 20 years or so and the same man is selling us more snake oil, but this time it was to solve the problems created by HMO’s. (Did he forget that many of us had heard his earlier lies??)

    All just to say that creating a problem where none exists then offering up a solution which instead creates real problems which only they can solve is their MO. And it has worked effectively for decades. They will only change when change is forced upon them. (Which will not happen until their tried and true tactics become ineffective.)

  13. GDContractor says:

    This is exactly the point I was trying to make several weeks ago. Lying on the form has ZERO consequences for most of the liars. The Fast and Furious investigators/prosecutors could have locked all of the perps up for lying about straw purchases….. they chose not to. So far there has only been one arrest from the Fast and Furious operation. Those of us that tell the truth on those forms and have kept our noses (and our records)clean have a name. It is CHUMP.

  14. Ex-PH2 says:

    @OWB, yes, it’s called the headless chicken reaction. You whack off the chicken’s head and the chicken still runs around bumping into things.

    If you flap your hands and jump up and down and make enough noise, it solves the problem. Then you can go back to being a chicken.

  15. Common Sense says:

    The form is a joke anyway. Who, especially a criminal, would answer ‘yes’ to “are you a fugitive from the law”? Really? Criminals don’t buy guns from gun shops and shows where there are background checks. They either steal them or buy them on the black market.

    My daughter and I picked up her first gun purchases today, a .38 special and a PINK .22. She’s very excited!

    The run on guns and ammo isn’t all a good thing for shops. The one we use said they may go out of business because they can’t get any inventory to sell. Manufacturers are 3-4 YEARS behind. They’re buying from anyone willing to sell.

  16. Ex-PH2 says:

    This will just make the chickens cluck louder:

    Aren’t you supposed to make sure there are no rounds left in the firing chamber?

  17. Jacobite says:

    PH2, on the positive side, the Cross Roads of the West, one of the largest gun shows in the nation, is going on in PHX this weekend and even with literally thousands of guns present, there hasn’t been a single incident. ๐Ÿ™‚

  18. Ex-PH2 says:

    I may move.

  19. Tx gunne says:

    The one saving grace I see is joe dumb shit Biden being appointed to this issue. He can’t find his ass with both hands. How is he going to get a bill through a republican senate?

  20. Old Trooper says:

    @15: Yep, I’ve talked to the good folks at one of my favorite shops and they are pissed, because of the reason you point out. Within a month, they have gone from having full shelves and display cases a month ago to having barely anything left, including ammunition. All the guys working their are older (several Vietnam Vets) and one of them said “If I see anyone with an Obama sticker on their car in the parking lot, I’ll tell them to get the fuck out of my shop, since they are part of the problem and they can live with their vote”.

  21. Ex-PH2: I can’t speak to the others, but the show in Indiana is one I’ve worked with Michael Z. Williamson. They check every weapon coming in to be sure it unloaded, and they also use straps/inserts to make it hard to load and fire them. That applies to all firearms new or used.

    The person there had left the show and was out in the parking lot when he managed to shoot himself in the hand. Technically he was no longer at the show, but…

    Yep, the media is clucking and trying hard to make it seem like more than it is. I do wish the idiots hadn’t helped them with that by being idiots.

    Oh, MZW reports that yesterday there was a 3-hour wait for customers to get in to the Indy 1500 show (great show, great people behind it).

  22. Ex-PH2 says:

    I finally got this concept translated into plain English, so here goes. Bear with me. I actually got a headache trying to think the way SFB Biden thinks.

    We don’t have the time or money to enforce the laws we already have in place, which are more than adequate laws, so we’ll just pass new ones that people will know about right away and even though we don’t have the personnel or time o money to enforce any new laws, people will feel better, because they are probably as dense as I (Joe) am, so anything that gets their attention for more than 35 seconds will do the trick and make them feel all better. And besides, new laws will scare the crap out of people who want/like/have guns which is all I have time for, anyway.

    Does that sound sort of like SFB Biden? Best I could come up with.

  23. obsidian says:

    Joe Biden’s commentary on anything makes me dizzy the way it weaves and wiggles around his total lack of coherent speech.
    He talks and I think every time…WTF?
    The man is in dire need of Namenda in therapeutic dosage.

  24. obsidian says:

    @21 The media is focused on guns and accidents and crimes like a laser in this county we had a man burn to death in a fire, several killed in auto accidents and some stabbings but nothing is on focus like the gun connected incidents that are fewer and farther in between.
    The story of the man burned was that the Alcohol Tobacco and FIREARMS agents were investigating the site, no reasons given though for just a house fire and a 71 year old man to be investigated.
    I expect any day now a child will drown in a pool and the story will be Paw Paw owned a gun.