Pro-Gun Bill Fails in Utah

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by nitestalker, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. nitestalker

    nitestalker New Member

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    The passage of a Bill in Utah that would have allowed Constitutional Carry in Utah has failed to pass. The Citizens of Utah have been denied the rights of a free state.
    They are going to get instead the passage of the "Safe Harbor Law". This little Liberal Gem allows home owners or family etc. to remove weapons from their homes. These weapons can be removed and turned over to the police to protect the family from misuse of a weapon.:eek: That sounds like a California proposal.:(
     
  2. Original

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    The Liberals have been breeding like rabbits, they are infecting every state, the problem is they still believe that our country is a Democracy, it is Not, Mob Mentality has taken the place of democracy. Voting to get rid of the Demociders does Not work either, as they do Not believe in the US Constitution.
     

  3. Doc3402

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    Let me see if I have this right. If I own a gun any member of my family living under the same roof could remove it and give it to the police? Sounds like theft under Florida statute. I wonder how Utah is going to see it.
     
  4. chloeshooter

    chloeshooter New Member

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    Utah, Colorado......what the heck is going on out west?
     
  5. RUG3R44

    RUG3R44 New Member

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    Good question. Looks like Obama's getting what he wants, state by state, anyway.
     
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  6. nitestalker

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    I must say this one is scary Utah has been a pro gun state. There has been a growing movement however of anti gun power in that state. The dynamics of Utah politics are driven by forces in side the state that differ from other places.:(
     
  7. Flat Tire

    Flat Tire New Member

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    Do You Have A Link ?
     
  8. JoshH

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    I'm pissed!! This cannot represent what the majority of Utah citizens would want! Where are all the gun owners who will stand up for their rights? I have been to every rally at the Capitol, in the cold and snow and the crowd keeps getting smaller.:mad: More people show up just to show off there AR or dress in full tactile gear than to be a part of the solution. My wife and I with our kids all dress nicely to try and show people gun owners are normal people. Then we get to stand next to John Rambo with a skeleton mask and full tac gear with four guns hanging off him. And we wonder why we are losing to scared old women and hand wringing liberals. :confused:
     
  9. locutus

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    And therein lies the problem, my friend! The radical anti government (and everything else) nutjobs are doing more harm to the 2A than all of the anti-gunners!
     
  10. JoshH

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    I don't think they do MORE harm than Fineswine and Obummer but they don't help at all. It's just immature IMHO to show off what you have like your gonna start war. How about we start using our heads to vote these politicians out who want to disregard the constitution. Start writing letters, JOIN THE NRA!! Actually look into who your voting for before you vote. I know several friends who tried to convince me Ol Barry wouldn't try to take guns if re-elected, those same tools are silent now. All the $@!t TRUE conservatives have been warning about is happening one by one our rights are disappearing...SMH
     
  11. triggerjob

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    Utah,
    That's what you get for importing all those CA liberals. LOL, enjoy your technology jobs as you loose your freedoms.
     
  12. nitestalker

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    I don't think it was the "Liberals" in Utah that was the problem. Gov. Herbert gets his orders in Utah from a "Higher", power.:confused:
     
  13. Buskowski

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    Never thought this could happen in my state. It's when Colorado and Utah start heading in this direction that I realize just how severe of trouble this country is in. I'll be at every rally and protest from now on. Utah will not become like California while I'm still standing.
     
  14. NotMormon

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    I know that Herb used his mighty pen and vetoed a 2/3 majority vote approving constitutional carry (2/3 should have made it veto proof....I must be missing something here) but, I heard nothing about allowing little Johnny to dump the contents of daddys liquor cabinet (gun) on the precinct steps.

    Herb believes that the current laws on the books are sufficient and that the $49.95 he paid for his permit would have been wasteful if he approved the new law.:rolleyes: