Dazed and Confused
Join Date: May 2012
Location: Upstate New York
Re: First lawsuit filed over Sandy Hook massacre
I looked for more recent, kinda hush about it. I'm going with the assumption that if it were successful, they'd be bragging about it. Since the mid-seventies, the ACLU has been slowly chipping away at the available mental institutions, making it more and more difficult to prosecute a criminal, and making it more dangerous to be an honest, hard working individual. They stood and screamed at the fact that known pedophiles were placed on a list so that you know where they live, but were silent when a newspaper posted the names and addresses of LEGAL gun owners in Rockland and Westchester Counties in NY.
It is not just the gun rights that worry me. In NYC, they made it illegal to smoke in a privately owned bar or restaurant. I can see if the Health Department said that to allow smoking, that the ventilation had to be set up to accommodate it. But, no, they played nanny-state and outlawed it, many states (not cities but whole states) followed suit. NYC banned trans fats, since then, many states and local municipalities have been playing with it trying to figure out how they can work that without having the public lynching them. The point is that the government cures by taking away the rights of all rather than addressing the individual committing the crime.
Hate to sound so brutal, but public floggings and hangings are beginning to sound better every day.
Chewing on asphalt and drinking dinosaur wine