The treason spreads

Tomorrow, I absolutely promise to write about something other than SB 1007–in fact, it won’t even be Illinois-centric. For the moment, though, I can’t let this treasonous behavior go. I’ve already written (here, here, and here) about the NRA endorsed traitors in the state Senate, who voted for SB 1007. Our newest turncoat is in the House.

Today, Representative Ed Sullivan (not that Ed Sullivan), Jr. (R), with his NRA endorsement and B grade, signed on as Alternate Chief Cosponsor to SB 1007. A call to his office elicited a promise for a return call to explain his actions (which would require one hell of an explanation), but I’ve not yet heard a word.

The fix is in. Whatever the other side promised must be compelling, because our supposed “allies” in the Politburo legislature are selling us out wholesale.


4 Responses to “The treason spreads”

  1. opaww Says:

    IL. may very well have to compromise on issues to keep the anti gunners from going after other things, how ever one can not trust the anti gun crowd. The anti gunners are a say one thing and do the opposite, they always have other agendas ready for the right timing. Reminiscent of a communist government

  2. 1957... Says:

    People like Rep. Sullivan co-sponsor so they can say at election time: “How can my opponent claim I’m opposed to commonsense, reasonable gun control measures, when it was I who co-sponsored the ban on excessive-capacity gun magazines like those that led to the Virginia Tech massacre?”

  3. too_many_hypocrites Says:

    I agree with your thoughts about guns, my friend but while surfing some sites on gun rights and how their erosion, I came across this completely nutty broad

    who has a scary agenda. I’m spreading the word cause we gotta tell her like it

    is. Check out this link :

  4. 45superman Says:

    She’s a nut, alright, but she is such a nut, and so obviously so, that I just can’t take her seriously enough to worry about her.

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