To: Dog Gone, Chanting Point Congruency Analyst, “Penigma”
From: M Berg, overly patient guy
Re: “Crap Legislation”
Last legislative session, in the wake of Governor
Messinger Dayton vetoing the “Stand Your Ground” Bill – which had just been passed by a bipartisan majority of legislators – you insisted volubly that the bill was “crap legislation”.
When asked repeatedly to please elaborate with details as to exactly how the bill – which, I remind you, was passed with a convincing bipartisan majority, and was largely identical to similar laws that have been roundly successful nationwide – was “crap”, you begged off due to time commitments.
But you’ve not only found time since then to…
- leave dozens of your, er, long comments in my comment section
- indulge in a bit of unearned name-calling
- trumpet your own dearth of information on the subject (complaining, for example, that Minnesota didn’t share the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension’s information with the federal NICS database – a shortcoming the Cornish bill would have fixed)
So enough equivocating, dodging, and smoke-screening. Why, exactly, was Cornish’s bill “crap?” Please be specific; attempt to submit actual facts that logically connect to a thesis, so we can debate the issue.
I don’t think you can. I think you were reciting the chanting points the left put out on the subject – which I have spent years patiently, laboriously, factually and completely debunking on this blog, and will no doubt do again after 2014 – and you don’t really understand the issue. In fact, if I were a gambling man, I’d bet serious bank on it.
But by all means go to it!
That is all!