Thursday, May 02, 2013

California is bankrupt, but they have money for gun confiscation

The morning headlines also include push polls asking whether the California law should become a model for the nation. Those polls are running way above 90% NO, but that will not dissuade those earnestly seeking to confiscate all guns in America from continuing to pursue their agenda.

Wake up America. Liberal/Socialism is like a cancer, it never goes away. It has to be excised and massive doses of corrective actions have to be taken if the patient is to ever hope to survive.  As a result of liberals and their advancement of egalitarianism in this country, America is literally in hospice care right now and the nation as a whole doesn't even realize it.

California is broke, busted, bankrupt, yet look at the socialist agendas they continue to push forth and fund to the very last breath of the state treasury. 

 Jerry Brown

Brown OKs funds to confiscate guns from criminals, mentally ill

Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday signed legislation aimed at taking handguns and assault rifles away from 20,000 Californians who acquired them legally but have since been disqualified from ownership because of a criminal conviction or serious mental illness.
The measure, the first of several gun-related bills to reach the governor,  allocates $24 million in surplus funds to hire dozens of additional special agents to tackle a backlog of 40,000 weapons in the hands of people not allowed to possess firearms.
“This bipartisan bill makes our communities safer by giving law enforcement the resources they need to get guns out of the hands of potentially dangerous individuals,” said Evan Westrup, a spokesman for the governor.
The state operates a database that cross-references a list of gun owners with those disqualified later from owning guns. But, budget cuts have prevented the state Department of Justice from keeping up with the growing number of people on the list.
State Sen. Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) introduced SB 140, which takes the money from fees paid when people buy guns and allocates it to a three-year campaign to take guns from those ineligible to have them.
“We know for the safety of our communities that these people should not possess guns, and our reinvestment in this tracking program gives us the opportunity to confiscate them,” Leno said in a statement.

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