Yup, just got my mail order machine gun yesterday

President Barack Obama said the United States’ gun laws “don’t make much sense” and claimed anybody “can buy machine guns” while speaking at VTEX Day 2019 in Brazil.

“Some of you may be aware our gun laws in the United States don’t make much sense. Anybody can buy any weapon any time. Without much, if any, regulation, they can buy it over the Internet, they can buy machine guns,” Obama told the audience.


And the Post Office will be delivering my Abrams tank tomorrow.

What I want to know is why nobody asked him if that statement is true, why didn’t he change that when he was in office?

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7 Responses to Yup, just got my mail order machine gun yesterday

  1. J says:

    What a dumb ass, and at least 50.1% voted not once but twice for the liar. Even some that visit this web sight.

  2. Free Citizen says:

    Please include the website address. I would like to order a machine gun or a chain saw bayonet like I keep hearing about. Our gun shows around here never have anything like that.

  3. Padawan says:

    Warhorse’s is coming in a couple of weeks. I tried to get it here for his birthday last Friday but it’s been delayed at the post office. ;-)

  4. Doug says:

    Speaking of uneducated…..what a nitwit, liar and scummy “human”

  5. singlestack says:

    Actually the Supreme Law of the land does say that. However, we don’t make the government obey the Supreme Law.

  6. Heathen says:

    Speaking of the Abrams tank , the “Tank Factory’s hiring “.


    Additional info from my local paper :

    “…Jonathan Nichols, with Human Relations -Talent Acquisition at General Dynamics, said General Dynamics is a regional employer with 617 employees looking to ramp up to just shy of 1,000.

    Driving the need for new employee is increased orders for the Abrams tank. He said they now build seven a month, but that will be increasing to 34.

    The Lima plant also fabricates the Stryker vehicle for the U.S. Army, an armored personnel carrier for Israel and a gun turret for the U.S. Navy, Nichols said.

    The company is looking for people to work as vehicle assemblers and painters, as well as to do vehicle testing. Engineering positions, which require an associate’s or bachelor’s degree, include industrial, quality, manufacturing and plant (civil). Maintenance supervisors, along with skilled trades positions of electrician, pipefitter and machine repair also are being sought…He added that since it is a military base, potential employees must pass a background check by the Army.”

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