We need Johnny Cash to do an update, but he's not here anymore:
"Don't fire when you're fired in Odessa"
"A million guns a year is not enough for Texas"
"Cowboys don't machine gun cowboys"
"Don't pop pocorn in Texas--they'll get ideas"
What have the politicians been doing in Texas--both parties?
Can you guess?
“We have a gun culture that is not partisan,” said Scott Braddock, the dean of the capital press corps in Austin and the editor of The Quorum Report, an independent political publication closely read in the corridors of power in Texas. “This legislature is the only one in the country where Democrats and Republicans both start by talking about the Second Amendment.”
Matt Schaeffer, a Republican who represents Tyler, Tex., in the Legislature, even tweeted hours after the Odessa shooting: “NO to ‘red-flag’ pre-crime laws, NO to universal background checks, NO to bans on AR-15s or high-capacity magazines. NO to mandatory gun buy-backs.” He did add, however, “YES to praying for victims.”
I don't think that Johnny Cash could do the job any more any way . . . .