20 February 2008

Apparently 12 to 17 year-olds...

Don't want to have anything to do with... the Fiberal's Farmer Bob Rifle Registry...
The rate of young people aged 12 to 17 accused of a firearm-related offence rose 32 per cent between 2002 and 2006, the Statscan study said. In 2006, 1,287 youths were accused of a violent offence involving a gun.

Released Wednesday, the report also found Vancouver had the highest rate of violent crimes involving guns on a per capita basis in 2006 among all cities, followed by Winnipeg and Toronto.
Does this mean we get our 2 billion dollars back?


RELATED: Speaking of Fiberal smoke & mirrors

Hey, Dalton... for a second there, you had me goin'...
Drunk drivers in Ontario could lose their cars, trucks, motorcycles or snowmobiles under a new provincial law that takes effect today.

It allows the courts to impound a vehicle involved in a drinking and driving offence if it was also owned or driven by someone whose licence was suspended for drinking and driving at least twice in the last 10 years.

The vehicle can then be sold, and any victims of the drunk driving incident can apply for compensation from the proceeds.
But, of course, they don't really mean it...
The courts can also release the car if the owner agrees to install an ignition lock that forces the driver to pass a breath test, or agrees the people convicted of drunk driving will not have access to the vehicle.
Thus spake the dumbass, fuzzy-bunny left... the party of "live and don't learn."