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Old 07-26-2014, 04:07 AM   #11
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i don't know what the central thread is among these anti Constitution Police Chiefs and Politicians. It has to be a well orchestrated string of appointments from the top down. A lot of British and Others came to Boston in the modern era of fifty yeas ago to now. They came to get wealthy and live free but brought their rul with them. A hand full want to dictate to others and tell them their Rights are denied or at lease cherry pick which ones they will let the rest of Americans have.
Bostonians are a bunch of sheep if, They better gets some cojones and go to city council meetings and State House meetings etc, in numbers. They will be intimidated and kicked but do it over and over. If you don't your children will be wearing red and carrying little red books just like your masters are now.
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More info on the differing House and Senate bills.

http://goal.org/alert-defeat-chapter-180-part2.html


It appears that the Senate version was modified and endorsed by GOAL, then the Police Chief and other Law enforcement officials through a fit when they found out that the Senate version stripped them of their power to disarm. This caused the House to reject the Senate version, now it is back in committee.
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I don't see how a law could exist that grant government the right to strip individuals of their constitutional rights. I'd almost want it to pass so that it can get struck down by the courts.


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What is the NRA take on this?

That's the info I would be most likely to believe.
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If someone was legal to purchase that long gun, when and where did the previous " if WE determine a person is unsuitable to carry a handgun" come into play?
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What is the NRA take on this?

That's the info I would be most likely to believe.
FWIW, the NRA's Facebook post is a link to the aforementioned Breitbart story.
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MA is a very strange place. All the big city police chiefs are anti-gunners. Some, mostly rural, police departments issue permits for "all lawful purposes"; that includes concealed carry. In Boston it's almost impossible for an ordinary citizen to get a handgun carry permit for self defense. Those are reserved for the politically connected, the rich and famous.

Anti-gun police chiefs in MA deny handgun permits based on political PC. Then they want to deny the right to own long guns too.
Sounds just like Commiefornia too.
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FWIW, the NRA's Facebook post is a link to the aforementioned Breitbart story.
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Simply another example of politicians that know what's best for us peons of the unwashed masses. Too many people in office do not think that they are there to serve the public, rather they believe that they are there to rule over us.
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Simply another example of politicians that know what's best for us peons of the unwashed masses. Too many people in office do not think that they are there to serve the public, rather they believe that they are there to rule over us.
Sorry, but that is not what is going on here.

The Politicians in the Senate worked with the GOAL and came up with a "Compromise" that the GOAL and Gun Owners could endorse.

When Law enforcement and certain Police chiefs got wind that they would not have total and complete power over firearms possession in MA they through a Monkey Wrench into the works and convinced the House to shut it down until they can re-write the bill to give them total control.

This is not about the Liberal Politicians, this is about the "long arm of the Law" over stepping it's bounds and trying to dictate laws and pass legislation.
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