Marco Rubio: He Actually Said That?

In a gop presidential campaign that has seen donald trump expose a small part of the pervasive racism that infects every cell of his being and that has demonstrated the inherent deceitfulness of both ben carson and carly fiorina, who between them have yet to mouth a single truth among the litany of lie after lie after lie that constitutes the totality of their public utterances, the star of stars has now sprung ahead of them all, as a single statement from marco rubio has now shattered all known barriers, bursting forth with force and power cementing its spot as the stupidest words said throughout not just the current campaign, but just maybe throughout every presidential campaign, ever. As a guest on fox fixed news noises’ “fox and friends”, in a discussion about this weeks’ San Bernardino mass shooting and the fear of any sort of reasonable gun control, he actually said the following:

“I don’t hear anybody talking about bomb control.”

He actually said that – hear it here, about 1:10 into the video:

Yep, any sensible, intelligent person knows that we need bomb control to stop mentally unstable people, criminals, and, oh yea, foreign terrorists who just crossed the unsecured southern border, from walking into Walmart or Joe’e “Guns and Bombs” or going to one of those weekend shows that are everywhere, and buying a bomb.

Yep, we ned a national database for background checks to make certain that anyone who purchases a bomb from any one of the reputable bomb stores in every city is a stable, law-abiding patriotic American.

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And don’t forget that besides background checks, that bomb control law will also need to regulate the size of the bomb, the type of explosive, and what kind of shrapnel is enclosed inside.

So many details to work out for a workable bomb control law. It’s a good thing we’ve got the NBA (National Bomb Association)
writing it all up for their bought and paid for Congressmembers.

Somebody tell rubio that there IS “bomb control” and to take a look at the federal laws and regulations: 18 USC 844(i) and 27 CFR 555.

About theHoundDawg

For many years as a lawyer, I saw much of the good and bad of society, and did what I could to right many wrongs. The lack of understanding of what is good and bad, right and wrong, just and unjust, as evidenced by such events as the election of King W as president, (who as such far surpassed the evil of richard nixon but not quite that of ronald reagan) lead me in a new direction, to spend my time trying to understand what is happening to our society, to try as best I can to spread my insights to others, and along the way to maybe even eke out a living through the internet.
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