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Old 12-05-2011, 05:40 PM   #41
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Cars, fuel, tires, brakes window glass everything on cars is regulated to meet National Highway Standards. SAE approval a fake in its self calls out the Sandards for cars on and off the highways. The National Firearms Law will in time allow for only certain calibers of handguns and ammuntion. Their will be laws regarding how guns must meet certain rules. Holsters will have to meet child saftey standards. A Federal Interstate Gun Commision will over rule all state laws on firearms. Damn isn't that what we have been fighting against for the last one hundred years.
Add food and other essentials to the list. They want to regulate everything, beginning next year the 100 watt incandescent bulb will be gone and the following year the 75 and then 60 watt, replaced by hazmat bulb.

I remember as a kid growing up, drinking raw milk, spreading butter on bread and freah farm eggs. The FDA wants to stop all that, Genetically Modified Foods are better for you to eat!
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The Government of the US, as a puppet for a few filthy-rich guru's in Europe, is dedicated to the complete control of every aspect of our lives. If not dealt with effectively, this will include deciding who lives and who dies, and when. We are already pretty much helpless against a federal "law-enforcement" system that allows for driving a tank through your house, burning it down, killing your wife and kids over the suspicion that you may own a sawed-off shotgun. This is a little off the subject, but the national "permit" violates states' rights, personal rights, and establishes one more way to erode the very foundation of freedom in the U.S.

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Add food and other essentials to the list. They want to regulate everything, beginning next year the 100 watt incandescent bulb will be gone and the following year the 75 and then 60 watt, replaced by hazmat bulb.

I remember as a kid growing up, drinking raw milk, spreading butter on bread and freah farm eggs. The FDA wants to stop all that, Genetically Modified Foods are better for you to eat!
Maybe they'll get the message if we throw our eggs at the legislators,

and smear our butter on the statehouse steps...
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[quoteOriginally Posted by AIKIJUTSU
A law enforcing reciprocity doesn't appear too scary on the surface. But what is scary about it is that the likely followup will be a national carry permit. Once that is established and replaces the various state-issued permits, the next thing could (would?) be to revoke all permits, confiscate the guns (which would be listed on the paperwork required for the permit), and the police state would be here.
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Wow! Food for thought.

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The simple fact is, they already have the message. They don't care. Their strings are pulled by the rich and powerful, not by their constituants.

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Our politicians are slowly beginning to see through the

smokescreen of lies thrown up by the Brady Bunch,

and realize we are a viable and avid voting block.

National support for RKBA, and mainstreaming of gun-ownership

is going to take it's toll, and even the most stubborn

politician is going to turn to where the votes stand.

The media will wipe the egg off it's face, and realize they will

have less sponsorship for, and purchasing of, their soap,

dog food, and hard-on pills, if they don't WAKE UP

and accept the fact that America is a gun culture once again.

Help out- join the NRA.

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