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Old 05-06-2013, 06:52 PM   #21
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abc channel 7 is suppose to run special segment on it tonight, curious to see how they spin the whole thing though i can likely guess it wont be in our favor.
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abc channel 7 is suppose to run special segment on it tonight, curious to see how they spin the whole thing though i can likely guess it wont be in our favor.
Since I am stuck this week in the garden spot of MI, Detroit. Let me know
what you think of it.

I am sure, rahmbo has provided the key talking points.
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Constitutional Carry pre-empts home rule. Local communities cannot out law
CCW, that is a misconception the anti's are pushing. They will still put them
on the books and then each one has to be challenged in court. Massive
waste of tax payer money but our IL criminals... politicians are the best at
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I was under the assumption it would not since IL does not have preemption. Can you supply a source for this?

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Did you hear old Tommy Dart is able to predict crime now?

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"Dart said he recently spoke to elderly people in the south suburbs. They complained that the police were unresponsive. Some said they were regularly burglarized while they attended church.

Its a matter of timing, Dart said, noting that those people could have become homicide victims if they came home during a burglary.

Those are the types of people who might show a need for a concealed-carry permit, Dart said. But someone without a specific need for a gun would have difficulty receiving a license, he said."
LOL. Dart apparently knows who's going to be a victim and who's not, so he'll approve permits on that basis. I can't understand then why crime is so high since he knows who it's going to be committed against.

http://southtownstar.suntimes.com/news/19919549-418/sheriff-tom-dart-proposes-cook-county-concealed-carry-ordinance.html
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I have no doubt CCW permit holders info will be in all the scumbag newspapers.
That information is protected, at least here in Missouri. Of course here in Missouri we actually respect our citizens and we don't treat them like criminals UNTIL they commit a crime. Best of luck to all of you in IL....you will need it.
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Dart says an elderly person who's home may be robbed while they are away at Church may be elligible for a permit; however he considers churchs to be gun free zones. So where does the gun go? $300 for the permit according to him? Plus the app, plus the fingerprinting, the background check, the range training, etc. It will be more than the cost of a cheap handgun before he is thru, and then that elderly couple are priced out of their rights. Oh wait, that was his intention.
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I wish Illinois would honor my Indiana permit
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I wish Illinois would honor my Indiana permit
I wish Illinois would honor the constitution
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Dart says an elderly person who's home may be robbed while they are away at Church may be elligible for a permit; however he considers churchs to be gun free zones. So where does the gun go? $300 for the permit according to him? Plus the app, plus the fingerprinting, the background check, the range training, etc. It will be more than the cost of a cheap handgun before he is thru, and then that elderly couple are priced out of their rights. Oh wait, that was his intention.
You said it perfectly. LIberal states believe that nobody deserves any rights unless they pay through the nose for them.
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I wish Illinois would honor the constitution
Yeah, no joke! I live next door and very rarely cross state lines but when I do, it'd b nice to not have to stop and lock up my gun in the trunk. There's a lot of things on your side of the fence I don't agree with. You should just come join me in Indiana lol
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