So Stephen Harper is angrin' up the true-blues blood and telling them to demand that MPs support the dismantling of the federal Gun Registry?
No doubt just starving the department in charge of registering long guns and eliminating penalties for non-compliance haven't done the job -- or anything else the so-called leader could concoct in three years as Prime Minister.
Yep, I guess those who favour private member's bill C-301 should first contact the misguided police association, who seem to think registering a firearm could prevent problems and help them do their job. I bet those silly police chiefs don't even think MPs should promote the distribution of a cool handgun, either. Let it be said that not all long-gun owners and fans are crazed, unstable and dangerous. It only takes one, or two, or three rotten apples to ruin a crateful. But why should we force the heavy burden of registration on all gun owners just because of the occasional criminal, often murderous, act? Well, they were criminals after they killed, so thus, not part of the 'law-abiding' long gun majority.
In the winter time, he was trying to spark a unity crisis, in the spring its incite anger amongst gun owners. Uniting people for the purpose of being bitter and angry. That's some way to win over Canadians' hearts and minds.
Apparently, I can see why Jason Kenney was so against letting a British MP from coming here with crazy ideas and possibly fuel support of hatred. His leader doesn't like the competition...