VIDEO: Missoula Dem Questions Gun Laws on Al Jazeera

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In case you missed it, a Democratic legislator from Missoula took to Al Jazeera TV to question Montana’s gun laws.  Meanwhile, Democratic US Senate candidate Dirk Adams (D-MT) said the shooter of a 17 year old German exchange student should be “put through the woodchipper.”

VIDEO: Missoula Dem Bashes Montana Gun Laws on Al Jazeera

Until we have all the facts in this case, I think Gary Marbut said it best. 

As the AP reports:

Gary Marbut with the Montana Shooting Sports Association, who helped draft House Bill 228, said it is premature to say the law is broken and needs to be fixed.

Still, Marbut doesn’t believe the legislature will overturn the changes made in 2009, noting they were passed by both houses of the Legislature and signed into law by Democratic Gov. Brian Schweitzer.
“We need to let the wheels of justice turn before we can make any kind of informed judgment about whether or not the law needs correction,” Marbut said.

How do they claim to know all the facts in this case?

AP: German Consulate Seeks Justice for Slain Student

The German consulate called for justice Wednesday after a homeowner fired four blasts from a shotgun into his garage, killing a 17-year-old exchange student who was inside.

The investigation into the killing of Diren Dede of Hamburg should make clear that it is illegal to kill an unarmed juvenile just because he was trespassing, said Julia Reinhardt, spokeswoman for the consulate in San Francisco.

Dede’s family in Hamburg told the German newspaper Bild the family has lived in Germany since 1977, and Diren has two sisters ages 19 and 21. He was to be in the U.S. for just another six weeks, but now the family plans a burial in Turkey, the newspaper reported.


Monday, May 05, 2014 8:31 PM

Only ONE question needs to be answered:


Monday, May 05, 2014 8:33 PM

Only ONE question needs to be answered about the shooting:


Then, an additional question must be asked to those democrats:


Mark K.

Tuesday, May 06, 2014 4:20 PM

Similar to the Trevon Martin incident: Two people who make poor choices found each other in the most unforturnate of circumstances. More unfortunate for the unarmed individual of course.

One idiot sets a trap and seems to have an intent to shoot somebody (consequences be darned). The other idiot invades private property and we are supposed to assume with no criminal intent? Give me a break!

J. C. Kantorowicz – Great Falls

Wednesday, May 07, 2014 6:19 AM

Of course it is too early to judge each man’s actions and it is pure speculation on our part to the motive and intent of each person involved, but……

To those who deny the GOD GIVEN RIGHT to protect one’s own life and property….

It is best to take the liberal’s tack and not divulge your real name or address. That way you will never have your abberant attitudes tested.

With the current high cost of ammunition, warning shots are no longer fired……

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