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Old 07-30-2013, 03:10 AM   #1
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I opposed this bill. It is still in committee. It is a bill to require states to register community watch groups with the DOJ. Community watch is not a federal matter nor should citizens be required to register with the DOJ to assist law enforcement.

PopVox Link: https://www.popvox.com/bills/us/113/hr2812
GovTrack Link:http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/113/hr2812/text

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Old 07-30-2013, 01:17 PM   #2
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I opposed this bill. It is still in committee. It is a bill to require states to register community watch groups with the DOJ. Community watch is not a federal matter nor should citizens be required to register with the DOJ to assist law enforcement.

PopVox Link: https://www.popvox.com/bills/us/113/hr2812
GovTrack Link:http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/113/hr2812/text

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There's only one possible reason for that. It is to provide for more micro-managing of every group of citizens who want to resist crime.
It is part of their (Holder and Obama) ongoing effort to keep the streets safe for criminals.
It provides for assembling multiple neighborhood groups into the kind of crap the Nazi's had going in the 1930's - everybody watching everybody and reporting possible dissenters to the feds.



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It is interesting? Obama and Holder refused to prosecute the Black Panthers. The Panthers dressed as Nazi Storm Troopers swinging Ball bats stood in front of polling places. They claimed to be a Neighbor Hood watch group.
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typical government overreaction. I suspect fed wanted to see a conviction in the Zimmerman trial, and it didnt happen. So rather than let common sense dictate we go after criminals only, lets penalize everyone by making them jump through hoops to protect themselves.
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typical government overreaction. I suspect fed wanted to see a conviction in the Zimmerman trial, and it didnt happen. So rather than let common sense dictate we go after criminals only, lets penalize everyone by making them jump through hoops to protect themselves.
Not only does community watch defend the members it defends the entire neighborhood. When potential crooks see the presence of an active community watch they go somewhere else to "spot and steal."
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There's only one possible reason for that. It is to provide for more micro-managing of every group of citizens who want to resist crime.
It is part of their (Holder and Obama) ongoing effort to keep the streets safe for criminals.
It provides for assembling multiple neighborhood groups into the kind of crap the Nazi's had going in the 1930's - everybody watching everybody and reporting possible dissenters to the feds.
And of course that will have them adding to the cost of government, by adding personnel to manage and run the program! Hell, we can't afford the government we have now, I think we need to get fire at least 70% of them and start over! (JMHO)

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Sheila Jackson Lee is a racist rabble rouser from a gerrymandered district in Houston, TX. The witch will represent that district until she croaks. This proposed legislation is going nowhere.


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