An editorial in Lynchburg, VA bemoans the fact that the legislature there is taking up doing away with their one-gun-a-month law.
He has the audacity to complain the law in question has been so good at stemming gun trafficking, especially into NY, that it needs to stay in place.
Was he out to lunch a year or so ago when Mayor Mike Blowhard decided to 'sting' northern Virginia gun dealers in an effort to extort them into either shutting down or agreeing to abide by a 'code' that put up more hoops for the dealers than the NCAA has basketball teams, because the crime guns found in NYFC were from VA. This was such a big deal the legislature passed, and the Governor signed, a law that made it illegal to conduct these kind of 'stings' in VA in the future.
So, I ask the staff at the Lynchburg News Advance, how's that one-gun-a-month law working out for you?