Disparate Impact

12 03 2013

Washington, D.C.

Read it all, then come back here.

Good, you came back.

I see what’s going on here — If the only thing that has a chance of passing is legislation that forces the few legal non-NICS sales to be run in a consignment sort of way through a FLFD so it does run through NICS, and making it a Federal crime not to do so, guess what the disparate impact is going to be?

Or rather, not what, but Who-Whom?

Enforced properly, these laws could be a huge cramp on the “keepin’ it real” ghetto “life” style.  Imagine the ramifications that would come if every time gang banging N’Deshawntavious hands off his piece to every gang banging Shitavious makes them both liable for a Federal prison bid — Either they actually go to Federal prison, or both become stool pidegons in exchange for the cops and the DA’s office not referring those matters to the U.S. Attorney’s office, or you have so many new Federal gun crimes taking place just as a natural consequence of the way black and Hispanic gangs operate that the whole damned operation can be busted for RICO and picked apart in a hurry.

The only hitch is, does the Yankee government want to build, own and operate a Federal prison near every Rand McNally-worthy town in America?





3 responses

12 03 2013

Coburn, who holds an “A” rating from the NRA, has been locked in closed meetings with Sens. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., over the background check legislation.

Located in Clarksburg, West Virginia, the NICS is a national center that performs background checks for FFLs in those states that have no designated state POC. Every FFL is provided access to the NICS in one of the following three ways:


12 03 2013

Gee, I wonder if Robert Byrd had anything to do with that?

NCIC, an important component of the NICS check and other background checks, was based in Phoenix for a long time but was moved to (guess where) Clarksburg, W.V., not too long ago.

12 03 2013

The whole thing just came to me tonight.

It was moved there back in the mid-90s I believe. And yeah I am sure Byrd had something to do with it.

I point it out because an increased number of background checks means more employees for West Virginia — there is little chance you are commuting to work in Clarksburg from out of state.


Dems want him to go one way, which would actually be positive for West Virginia. The other way is the way West Virginians would prefer, and that is why Cabela’s in Northern WV is busy.

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