So, you get yourself elected to the Wisconsin Assembly in 2012. As a freshman legislator you’re just itching to serve your constituents in the 53rd Assembly District, and the people of Wisconsin. What issue will you address with your very first piece of introduced legislation? Health care, education, the struggle Wisconsin’s working families face to make ends meet? Naaaaaah. It’s gotta be guns!
Meet the Firearms Freedom Act, announced recently by Rep Michael Schraa, (R) Oshkosh. Here’s a gem from Schraa’s website:
” State Representative Michael Schraa announced legislation today to protect Wisconsin from unconstitutional gun control measures being pushed on the federal level. The bill would bar local and state law enforcement officers from assisting in the enforcement of federal measures to ban certain firearms, firearm accessories, magazines, or types of bullets. “
And now a quote!
“This bill, the Firearms Freedom Act, sends a simple message to the federal government,” said Schraa (R – Oshkosh). “Wisconsin will not help you take away our second amendment rights.”
Not crazy enough for you yet? Not to worry, there’s more! Schraa says this is potentially a jobs bill!
This from an article in the Northwestern:
“Down the road, Schraa said, he would like Wisconsin to be seen as a “safe haven” for gun manufacturers and would like to lure some companies from states that are tightening restrictions. In that sense, he said, the legislation could potentially be considered a jobs bill. “
A gun/jobs bill! Brilliant! With his very first piece of legislation Schraa bravely defends our 2nd Amendment rights, strikes a blow to the Obama led One World Order of Muslim/Commie Soros funded, UN orchestrated, Illuminati sponsored, mishmash blah blah blah conspiracy to stash us all in FEMA trailers for an undisclosed purpose, all the while laying the groundwork for an aggressive economic recovery after gun manufacturers flock to Wisconsin in the wake of passage of Schraa’s bill, which he says he looks forward to obtaining bi-partisan support for. Goddamn! Whew!
Memo to Michael Schraa: if you don’t want to be called a kook then don’t talk and act like one.