Guns in national parks goes to the house

The credit card bill with the amendment for restoring our rights to keep and bear arms in national parks passed the Senate a few minutes ago:

_ Includes unrelated provision that would allow people to carry loaded guns in national parks and wildlife refuges.

It’s not a sure thing it will get passed into law yet but the chances aren’t too bad:

The 90-5 vote, following a 357-to-70 vote in the House on April 30, made it likely that President Obama will have a measure on his desk before the Memorial Day recess. The differences between the House and Senate versions will have to be worked out, but given the political atmosphere it seems likely that the House-Senate negotiations will move quickly.

Amazing. And this bill is much better for us than the ruling change the Brady Campaign shot down with the bogus “no environmental assessment study was done” lawsuit.

The Brady Campaign may have not only wasted their money but they may get a worse result for their efforts.

Be on the lookout for more Sad Pandas.