...the senior senator of California. I think nobody doubts her sincerity or her passion. And yet at the same time I would note that she chose not to answer the question that I asked. Which is: In her judgement would it be consistent with the Constitution for Congress to specify which books are permitted and which books are not?
Personally, we think any proposed infringement of any right within the bill of rights should require thousands of televised debate hours similar in passion to the six minutes above, then a "cooling off period" of, say, 50 years.
That senior senator from California sure doesn't like being grilled with awkward questions that expose her
Not all tyrants have had it so good.
UPDATED 3.15 10am:
This is turning into an Epic post.
The senior commie from California plays the victim card to the mean man from Texas, and the blogs go wild. Here is what we've found so far:
Doug Ross posts the transcript and comments:
When a legislator is forced to use emotion and insults -- rather than the law -- it is a tacit admission that her argument is a sham.Doug also posts this Looking Spoon image:
Tell me, Ms. Feinstein: which "military-style assault weapons" used at the time of America's founding were banned by the Framers?
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And hat owner, Ann Coulter, was on Fox last night discussing how offended she was of a woman playing the victim card!
Gun-Blogger Bob Owens offers the senior senator from California this advice:
It’s past time the aged, tired, and mentally infirm California Democrat considered retiring.