Brewer signs bill authorizing volunteer state militia

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by Bigcountry02, Apr 30, 2011.

  1. Bigcountry02

    Bigcountry02 Coffee! If your not shaking, you need another cup Supporter

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  2. dunerunner

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    That ties it, I'm moving to Arizona!! This could challenge the Class III requirements and other gun restrictions, I hope!!
     

  3. armoredman

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    Actually, we have had the law for a little while, but it was only for invasion or nuclear attack. Now it is for what reason the governor believes best. Problem - nobody knows anything about it, becuase that's as far as it has gone. No organization, no recruitment, no officers, no uniforms, nada. Hopefully someone is working on these little issues, especially since the law authorizes the use of national guard funds for the state guard.
    First deployment will undoubtedly be the border, if she has the courage to use it.
     
  4. Dillinger

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    I have to say I am really respecting the stance and decisions coming from Brewer's office.

    She definitely is not afraid to make waves. :D She appears to want to cater to what the majority of the country thinks are the "correct" solutions to real world problems like illegal immigration and the ability to protect one's family and rights.

    I hope she gets the support of all her voters and gets another term or a promotion to an office with more power because she seems to have a good head on her shoulders or one hell of a good inner circle.

    JD
     
  5. General_lee

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    It would be nice if Georgia did this. Way to go Arizona!
     
  6. Cory2

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    Aw :( ... i mean thats awesome for Arizona, but i saw brewer (the last name of a judge around here) and "volunteer state" and was thinking it was for Tennessee. I wish we could get our state militia back, we used to have one then bredison disbanded it, and our current governor is a "in the closet anti-gunner" so i doubt he will.
     
  7. armoredman

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    It's a State Guard, the law doesn't call it the militia. The organized militia is the NG, the unorganized is everyone else. As this is organizied yet not NG, we call it a State Guard, similar to texas State Guard in theory, but we have NOTHING beyond the enabling law. I don't know if ANYONE is writing regs, organizational charts, anything, or if we just descend on Phoenix when the call comes with our bedrolls, hats, boots, rifles and 40 rounds flint and ball. :)
     
  8. Windwalker

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    Go Arizona. Arizona Volunteer Militia, way to go Governor Brewer. A volunteer militia that can be called by the Governor when needed. Hope more states follow Arizona's lead.
     
  9. opaww

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    I sent her a letter telling her she needed to do exactly this just after she took office.
     
  10. dog2000tj

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    Maybe moving back to Arizona ain't such a bad idea :cool:
     
  11. wmille01

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    If this happens in kentucky that would be awesome!
     
  12. IGETEVEN

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    HOOAH! Arizona! :cool:
     
  13. yellowhand

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    Arizona is a nice place

    In regards to our Governor, she is not afraid to buck the PC and call it as she see's it.
    We got room for all that care to come over to the light and out of the dark of the anti gun crowd.
     
  14. Mack Bolan

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    I love Arizona!! So glad I have parents out there half the year to visit and enjoy the state with...:D:D
     
  15. Windwalker

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    Yellowhand, I am presently looking for 5+ acres in the mountains with water available. Would love to move to Arizona for I support the actions of your Governor and Legislature. Y'all have some true Americans running the Government there.
     
  16. roger7007

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    You are wrong about there being no organization. It has been going on for quite
    awhile. The left-wing medial has not let the word out. Militias from as far away as
    Georgia have come out to help us with our border situation. The
    local Militia groups are building up, and are organizing to help our border
    patrol with the invasion from the south. As far as uniforms go, the original
    Militia were the people of the colonies. They came with what they had, and
    they kicked British butt. The Militia today are also the people, and many
    are former military, they are better equipped and organized than you think.
    They will be and are ready to go when needed.
     
  17. opaww

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    Never happen with this ***** of a gov. and att general
     
  18. badbob85037

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    Never go back

    After discharged from the army in 1972 I went home to California, went to college a while. After a few months with California's laws restricting my rights, limited job, and already well on it's way to a welfare state I moved to Arizona. Up until the election of obama I was always employed. Even through the Carter years always had work.

    It does get hot here. I have seen it hit 125, but hot unlike cold doesn't hurt. There is nothing fun about snow and having to put on road chains 2 blocks from getting home.Been there done that. If you like the mountains the desert mountains give you your best view as there are no trees in the way. If you like trees we have them to. If it's adventure you seek we have gold and silver minds all over the state. From little one man caves to major operations.

    If your 4x4 can forge 2 to 3 foot of water there are the ghost towns of Gillett and Tip Top north of Phoenix. I am still looking for the old army fort South West of Phoenix that was used to keep the Apaches from attacking the Pima Indians along the Salt River.

    Shooting and 4 wheeling in the desert. It doesn't get any better than that. The wide open desert allows you to hang a bed sheet out a thousand yards almost anywhere. Proving every cloud has a silver lining with the election of obama we rid our self of Noland Security Boss, Queen Jan-O. We even got rid of the speed cameras she installed on the freeways.

    Our laws also gives every citizen the right to carry concealed. No permit or license or shelling out a bunch of cash. We also have a law saying if the Federal Government declared martial law without just cause or denise our Second Amendment right we will secede from the Union. If that comes to be we have the third largest air force in the world setting in mothballs outside of Tucson.

    The only problems we have here are caused by the Federal Government. A strip of land 60 miles wide in Arizona along the border with Mexico that includes a state park. The Feds say the border is safe because arrest are down. What they left out was arrest are down because they have told their agents to look the other way. Americans living in this area leave their refrigerators outside their homes to keep from having their front doors kicked in by illegal invaders in the middle of the night. Their property has been turned to garbage dumps full of human waste. My Representative, Raul Grijalva, also co-chairman of the American Socialist Party has tried having these people jailed and disarmed for trying to protect their homes. He call these Americans cockroaches.

    In all if it weren't for the Federal Government we would pretty much have us one of those utopias these liberals are always fascinating about. The border problem would also be cured with in days if the Feds would stop using the courts and the UN to tie our hands.
     
  19. winds-of-change

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    My sister lives in Arizona and would love it if I would move there and join her. It crosses my mind more and more.......for several different reasons. But I would want my daughter and granddaughter to come with.......and I think they would.
     
  20. Windwalker

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    Go Arizona, you have real Americans running the Government there with the exception of Raul Grijalva who calls Americans living along the border "cockroaches". He should be removed from office.