Thursday, September 27, 2012

Quote Of The Day

California Senator Leland Yee's SB249 has officially died for this session of the California legislature. The finger pointing has begun between Senator Yee and Attorney General Kamala Harris. The so-called investigative journalists at KCBS who did the original story that let Senator Yee think he could ride the issue to fame and glory have more on it here.

The quote of the day comes from Senator Yee bemoaning the fact that people let their voice be heard:
State Senator Leland Yee, who sponsored the bill, said the campaign became ugly fast. “We got emails, we got phone calls. We even had billboards along 101,” he said.
Dude, that's the way it is supposed to happen in America. Citizens can and should make their voices heard. I imagine that is one of the reason's Sen. Yee's family (including him) emigrated in 1951or '52 to America from Red China.

As to the billboards, props to the gun rights activists in California!


  1. "As to the billboards, props to the gun rights activists in California!"

    We are a force to be reckoned with! Good work by CalGuns Foundation coordinating all that.

  2. There was a lot of local pushback, and now the political fingerpointing between Lee and Harris serves to illustrate how, post-Heller, CA's interlocking and loop-hole ridden law is so seriously messed-up, confusing, and illegal - and how the speed with which one ~might~ change magazines is irrelevant and a red-herring/strawman to the public.