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Old 03-06-2013, 07:17 PM   #21
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COME ON DOWN TO TEXAS BRING YOUR GUNS steady well paying jobs buy the dozens gun laws that will not be infringed upon EVER thanks to our state government no state income tax. Also it's a huge place we have all kinds of terrain climates and hunting as well as lower cost of living by far as opposed to the northern states. I LOVE TEXAS

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They're flooding into SE Wyoming from Kolorado, and they think like Kalifornicators
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All of these anti-gun 'state' laws are in direct violation of the Bill of Rights (2nd Amendment) of the US Constitution, just like the Jim Crow Laws were, but no one seems to care/notice!!!!

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Look what the Kalifornians did to Colorado and now Oregon. Lower the gates and lets keep Texas to ourselves.lol

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All of these anti-gun 'state' laws are in direct violation of the Bill of Rights (2nd Amendment) of the US Constitution, just like the Jim Crow Laws were, but no one seems to care/notice!!!!
There are so many with their heads buried in the sand it could play out like a fart in the wind and our rights are gone. Troubling.
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With so many scared kids running around in the government (i call them kids because they think like them). I honestly don't think they even know what the hell there doing they see these gun bans as an answer to the countries problems like taking the guns away from law abiding people is going to help stop crime and wars all together. We all know how Australia played out with that one, and we all know that California is just the safest place to walk around. The politicians have gotten so blindly stupid that they just don't even think about what there doing. They're like geese in formation you have the head goose and they all just fallow.

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They know exactly what they are doing. They are using incidence of shootings to get people to agree to taking away the guns. Once that happens the government pretty much runs the place. No trial by jury they can just line up a bunch of people and shoot them to make an example. The only way to keep them from doing what there doing is a rather large demonstration showing that we won't stand for it. Since that will most likely never happen the government already runs the country.

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Our Constitution was written to be out of step with the rest of the world. It is the very foundation of our uniqueness in the history of mankind. No other country / principality in history has had it's founding based on the inalienable rights of man and the rule of law. No other country before our founding had a constitution of negative liberties, and herein lies the rub with liberals; the basic fact that the Constitution tells the government what it cannot do to the people – vs. what it can to them is indeed restrictive to the cause of liberalism, and therefore negative in the hearts and minds of liberal-progressive elites.

Liberals tend to get most of society’ s rights and wrong backwards; the concept of liberty is no exception. In the mind of the Obama liberal, it is the government who must be protected – from the people. The rights of the few must be trampled upon in order to allow the government to protect, or deliver, the “rights” of the many. Rights as defined by the Democrat Party, that is. Unfortunately for liberals, that pesky Constitution often gets in their way.

This is the fundamental reason that many of today’s liberal elites claim the U.S. Constitution is an antiquated document – an outdated document ill-equipped to deal with the complexities of “modern-day” America. A document incapable of to substantiating and validating the socialist nanny state – the Nirvana of progressive ideology. Why on earth would we want to be "in step" with the rest of the world

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Any update on this?

I lived in Oregon for many years. Yes, Multmomah and Washington Counties are LIBTARDED and they have a Mental Midget in the Governors Office BUT the rest o Oregons districts are solidly PRO GUN.

I really don't see anything like this passing in the Pioneer State.

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You must be a Transplant. Texas is correct because they do not trust gun owners? Gun owners need to go thru a government approved training to make you feel comfortable? That is right out of the libertard hand book. Obama is demanding the same thing. I don't think my family in Texas would agree with you.

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Here's the latest proposals as of today: http://www.oregonfirearms.org/

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