because I respect life.
This is my first gun, aside from my pink Daisy shooter, I have ever owned. I love the look of revolvers, and I wanted one to pack a punch. After researching handguns, I "tried on" many firearms at Gun Shows. The Taurus .38 Ultra Lite fit, pardon the cliche, like a glove. It's perfect for Conceal-Carry. Bonus: Lifetime Repair Policy, not that I'll need it.
Taurus International, the manufacturer of my snub, makes a lot of different firearms.You can read the history of the company here, but for short, the gun I own was not made here in our own country (I do have a Remington 870, though!). My gun was manufactured in and imported from Brazil. Gun ownership is big responsibility. Choice in selection is key. Proper fit can mean life or death. It's difficult to describe, but if you own a firearm, you know what I am talking about.
This week, for the first President of the United States who Openly Hates his Country, the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty is up for signing. Your tax dollars have been and are being used by US governmental bodies to support ratification of this sweeping measure that intends to separate Americans from their Constitutional rights. As the article below states, posted by @AWR Hawkins, the news is that President Hater intends to sign the treaty on behalf of United States representation.
This is text from the State Department's website regarding the treaty:
The Arms Trade Treaty is the name of a potential multilateral treaty that would regulate the international trade in conventional weapons. A draft of the treaty was initially negotiated at a global conference under the auspices of the United Nations from July 2-27, 2012, in New York. Although the negotiations made substantial progress on a draft Treaty, they ran out of time before the negotiators could reach consensus. The UN General Assembly passed a resolution (resolution 67/234) on December 24, 2012 to re convene the conference this month to build on those efforts. The United States supports this second round of negotiations, also to be conducted on the basis of consensus and favors the completion of a treaty that will help other countries develop the kind of controls on trade in conventional arms that the U.S. currently applies.
"The U.S. has in place a very strong export control system, and we will use the opportunity of these negotiations to promote the same high standards for the entire international community."So, why is President Hateful going to sign the treaty? It's not enforceable unless the Senate votes by a two-thirds majority for ratification. ANY elected official who backs the UN ATT is essentially signing on and contributing to what will become an international weapon registry. This is all about power and control. Nothing else. Except US Sovereignty. That'll be gone too.
Originally Posted at Breitbart.com