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Wednesday, November 30, 2005

an unhappy anniversary

Over at The Volokh Conspiracy, David Kopel notes that today is the 12th anniversary of the signing of the Brady Act by President Bill Clinton. Kopel has a great look back at one of the many lies Slick Willy told:
At the signing ceremony, President Clinton emotionally told the story of a friend of his who was an Arkansas gun dealer. The gun dealer sold a firearm to an escaped mental patient, who then murdered six people.

"My friend is not over it to this day," said the President, as the crowd applauded. "Don't tell me this bill will not make a difference. That is not true. That is not true."

"Not true" turned out to be a pretty good summation of the President's story, which he had throughout the 1992 campaign.
Read the whole thing.

I hate Bill Clinton, not because he got blow jobs in the oval office and then lied about it, but because he worked so hard to deprive people of their rights. Other than gay sex and the right to stick a scissor into the head of a baby moments before birth, Clinton never met a right he liked.


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