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Old 05-05-2013, 11:22 AM   #61
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It won't be a tatto, it will be a chip of some sort. It will happen in my lifetime, I'm in my thirties.
Book of Revelations 13:17-18

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We need to 'take back' not give more to the progressive anti-gun agenda!!!
Some states have realized there is no need for any permits to own or carry a gun, per the 2nd Amendment so we have gained some. But for everyone of them we have the BS passed in states like CT, NY, CO, and so on which is in direct violation of the Constitution.
We MUST draw a line and stick with it!!!!
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That single chapter, taken out of context has been used to frighten people of any new technology as long as I can remember.
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In NH, we don't need a permit to own or buy a gun. Open carry, too, although not many people do it. In VT, you don't even need a permit to carry concealed. They are the only ones, as far as I know.....
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Vermont is no longer the only state that does not require a permit to carry concealed. Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Vermont and Wyoming allow residents to carry a concealed firearm without a permit.
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No kidding? Awesome! Sounds like Arizona beats the pro-gun drum pretty hard.....good for them.
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Like I said we are getting there ever so slowly! But it seems for every step we take forward the progressives kick us back two!
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Vermont is no longer the only state that does not require a permit to carry concealed. Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Vermont and Wyoming allow residents to carry a concealed firearm without a permit.
C3 here in Arkansas you do still need a permit to carry concealed. On 8/17/13 a law will go into effect allowing one to carry concealed inside their vehicle, but only if they are traveling out of their home county.
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That single chapter, taken out of context has been used to frighten people of any new technology as long as I can remember.
The same could be said about Law Enforcement. The fear of arrest is used daily to intimidate citizens into waiving Constitutional protections that most of them do not understand in the first place.

Is it worst in every other Country? Yep... Does that mean I need to accept it here? Nope.

The most interesting recent development Ive seen lately revolves around the "Freeman" movement in New Hampshire.

It's opened my eyes to the corruption of Law Enforcement Nationaly.

The glut of new laws, ordinances, and restrictions passed over the last 40 years have combined to collectively reduce the role of "Peace Officer" to that of "Armed Revenue Collector" with the discretion to "cut breaks" for anyone willing to "cooperate".

The "immigration" checkpoints established as far as 90 miles from any international border combined with "sobriety" checkpoints are
IMHO, Federaly funded purchases of Local Law Enforcement Loyalty and designed to further condition the population to "comply".

As recently as 5 years ago, I was as big of a "died in the wool" blind supporter of the "system" as our good friend Locutus. If it didn't threaten gun rights, I was not interested, but I've come to recognize that being armed is fairly useless without the freedom to travel, the freedom to assemble, and the freedom to cross the street without being subject to someone fine or fee.


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