Because sometimes you do need to call it like it is.

Jon Gutmacher, an Orlando attorney and author of “Florida Firearms: Law, Use & Ownership,” told that the bill would almost certainly be found to be unconstitutional based on prior restraint.

“It has no reasonable relationship to anything,” he said. “There has to be a reasonable basis to believe that a person had a substantial anger problem that could cause public harm.”

Gutmacher said he found the bill to be an “insult” to any gun owner in the Sunshine State.

“It’s absurd on its face,” he continued. “And anyone who proposes that legislation is in my mind unfit for the legislature because it shows a basic problem with their thinking process, aside from their lack of understanding of what the Constitution is all about. That’s the kind of bill that doesn’t even get past committee.”

via Florida bill would require anger management courses for bullet buyers | Fox News.

Ouch! But with our proprietary brand of Florida Stupid in the State’s legislature, they need to be reminded that they were elected to serve the people and not act like tin pot dictators.

3 Replies to “Because sometimes you do need to call it like it is.”

  1. I need a anger management course just to read some of the crap these stupid govment workers (and I use the word “workers” loosely) are producing.


    1. The many things I can say. Oh so many many things.

      ~_~ At least some government workers do a laugh that mostly says “I’m dying a little inside” whenever we read this and calmly say “yep, this is why we will be getting furloughs later this year”.


  2. How many see this as an attempt to subvert the Constitution. Isn’t an attempt to subvert the Constitution an attack on the United States? And isn’t that an Act of War against the United States?
    What is it called when a citizen of the Unite4d States commits an Act of War against the United States?



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