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You do not have to say “sorry” for a shorter blog. Sadly this is too true.
The crime began in 2004 when the weapon was once again allowed.
Now we are paying the price.
As always, Best regards, Dr. Bill Hill
This is a lotta drawing for sure, for sooooo many uses for this weapon of mass destruction. Sadly, these days these folks don’t use the “self defense” or hunting excuse anymore. Now it’s for militia use against a government they don’t agree with. Keep up the good work calling out these crazies and be safe.
Your cartoon is your blog. No more needs to be said.
Just when you think that it cannot get any stranger….
Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
How did he make it to the bench, I wonder! … “California prohibited the sale of assault weapons in 1989. In his ruling, U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez of San Diego described the 30-year ban as a “failed experiment” and compared an AR-15 to a Swiss Army knife.”
“ How did he make it to the bench, I wonder!”
They found him sleeping on the bench, using newspapers as a blanket, and figured it was easier to just let him stay there.
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