Making the world safe from armed Mallards
Dianne Feinstein is the absolute, living demonstration in support of the concept of term limits for Congress. No pol has been more aggressive than Old Dame Feinstein in seizing on the recent school shooting tragedy in Connecticut to advance her über liberal, gun-grabbing agenda. This old Left Coast tool has recently advanced her silliness to the point of making herself the subject of outright ridicule. Here's a comment from her ongoing efforts to push through illegal and unconstitutional gun control laws in the Senate:
We have federal regulations and state laws that prohibit hunting ducks with more than three rounds. And yet it's legal to hunt humans with 15-round, 30-round, even 150-round magazines.
Obviously the senator has never spent any time in a duck blind or she would know the logical fallacy of her argument. Unlike home invaders and drug-fueled criminal crazies of every description who homeowners may need heavy firepower to contend with, ducks usually aren't armed and even if they should be, the ones I've encountered have always restrained their impulses to shoot back. I'd really like to hear from any occupant of a duck blind who's had to duck incoming rounds from their aerial adversaries.
Of course, I'm unfamiliar with California ducks, which if they are as weird as their politicians, may be, and quite possibly are, armed to the very tips of their vicious, yellowed, homicidal beaks. That's an alarming thought when you consider the reality that those malicious mallards may have brains only slightly larger than their elected representatives.
They're coming for you, Diane...