That’s what the antis have been telling us:
So what’s the alternative? Bring back the assault weapons ban, and bring it back with some teeth this time. Ban the manufacture, importation, sale, transfer and possession of both assault weapons and high-capacity magazines. Don’t let people who already have them keep them. Don’t let ones that have already been manufactured stay on the market. I don’t care whether it’s called gun control or a gun ban. I’m for it.
And of course Joan’s own words are pro-confiscation.
Now Coumo speaks for himself, as does the Arizona judge. But Joan is both a representative of the Joyce Foundation, and the Brady Campaign, both organizations that will likely be submitted bills or criteria to the anti-rights politicians. Notice that Joan hasn’t be reprimanded or silenced. The Brady Campaign and the Joyce Foundation are failing, but given the small number anti-rights bloggers working for them, and the small amount of content they produce, I find it hard to believe they aren’t reading these posts about confiscation.
Another thing to think about is the proposed ban on private sale. This would likely mean that all sales would be on paper and submitted to the ATF, which could constitute a firearms registry.
We need to be VERY wary of this, as registries do nothing to stop crime, or prosecute criminals. What they DO very well, is set up a system for confiscation down the road. So even if they don’t manage to float confiscation this time around, they might make it one step easier NEXT time.
Be Cautious! They ARE coming for your guns.