Sen. Sessions: 'One Vote Away From Banning Firearms'

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by Bigcountry02, Jul 21, 2010.

  1. Bigcountry02

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

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    Sen. Sessions interview with Conservative News, Views & Books - HUMAN EVENTS

    1. They banned firearms
    2. Next, they going to collect them (This is where it will get ugly)

    Video posted on the 15 July 2010

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jYPdgmcDg0&feature=player_embedded]YouTube - Sen. Sessions: 'One Vote Away From Banning Firearms'[/ame]
     
  2. CA357

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    It will get worse.
     

  3. dunerunner

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    Good effin luck with the collection thing!
     
  4. Rick1967

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    That's a job I wouldn't take no matter how much it was paying!
     
  5. AcidFlashGordon

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    I don't think any LEO or military types would relish being ordered to try to do that. There would be violence in the streets. Most of them know they'd be on the "business end" of the guns they're ordered to collect and many would just tell their leaders to go f**k themselves.

    As for any senators voting to ban guns, many remember what happened in 1994. The Dems lost so many seats in Washington that it took them years to get them back.
     
  6. Byrdguy

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    The Arrogant SOB liberal politicians have no CLUE what they would face if they tried something like that. People haven't been collecting firearms and ammo for the last several years (and longer) just to hand them over if some administration deems them illegal. The second ammendment (along with these collections) MUST be passed on to younger generations also.
     
  7. ronl

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    I wonder how they would justify that in light of the Heller decision? I forgot, The Constitution means nothing to them.
     
  8. skullcrusher

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    Sessions is getting the response is looking for from you folks. First, he knows that it is impossible to ban firearms in one vote. He also knows that collecting them would be absolutely impossible. He is just trying to get a rise out of those who are even more paranoid than I. Seriously people, think about it, or learn about the legislative process. Enough said.
     
  9. spittinfire

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    Thank you skull. The dems are so scared they will loose their seats later this year they are saying and doing anything to save them. BO is even saying he wants to extend the Bush tax cuts to the wealthy.....Didn't he say that was what got us into this economy? Suddenly Regan was right? It's all lies to try to save themselves.
     
  10. Angry_bald_guy

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    Well said spittinfire. I believe my signature says all I can say on the collection issue.
     
  11. CHLChris

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    Long live Clarence Thomas (62 y.o.)!
    Long live Antonin Scalia (74 y.o.)!
    Long live Samuel Alito (60 y.o.)!
    Long live Anthony Kennedy (74 y.o.)!
    Long live Chief Justice John Roberts (55 y.o.)!

    Even though Kagan would not be an added vote to their cadre of 4. Her youth would shadow over the court for decades.
     
  12. skullcrusher

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    And that, my good man was the biggest reason to NOT vote for BO and the dems. But, that part of it all is always overlooked by Joe Common voter. Sure, the POTUS is up every 4 years, Senators every 6 and Reps every 2. Many people don't think about appointments that are lifetime appointments and have judicial review powers. Great post, CHL.
     
  13. Kimber45

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    "We, the People are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts - not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow men who pervert the Constitution.'' - Abraham Lincoln

    Here is the direction we must travel if we are going to hold on to the Republic.
     
  14. Angry_bald_guy

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    Quoted for the ****ing truth!
     
  15. CHLChris

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    This is why RINO's need to go. How can someone go to Congress and compromise with someone who is trying to subvert our Constitution? The lefties never compromise right. It is only the RINO's that compromise left.

    I am sick and tired of conservatives giving the high ground up automatically. When we know that the welfare society is going to collapse down upon everyone because of its very flawed structure, why do the architects of that system get to claim that they are on the side of compassion? It is the free-market pursuit of private property, with personal responsibility to help those in need around you, that has raised the standard of living immeasurably in this country. Taking away my private property to give it to another has has not earned it, hurts both ME and HIM. ME: because I have been robbed of my own fruits of my labor. HIM: because he has been robbed of his motivation to work hard. It is the free-marketeer who is compassionate in the truest sense of the word.

    OK, I'm taking a break now.
     
  16. Byrdguy

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    The conservatives give up the high ground to the liberals and the liberals give up whatever ground they have to the extreme fringe type socialists.
    This November will be an indication as to whether we can put the brakes on Oscama's agenda or are things going to get scary.
     
  17. alsaqr

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    Sessions is partly right. The US senate would pass the most restrictive an unconstitutional form of gun control. In 2004 the US senate passed an extension of the so called "assault weapons ban". Ten senators of Sessions' political party voted for an extension of the AWB.

    For senator Sessions: Where were you and your party when you controlled the US congress and the white house? You could have rolled back the Hughes amendment but you did not. You could have overturned the import restrictions placed on the importatiion of guns put in place by Bush I and Clinton but you did not. Mr. Sessions, you could have authorized concealed carry in national parks and all federal government land but you did not. Mr. Sessions', you did nothing for law abiding gun owners when you had the opportunity. Now you are crying that the sky is falling.
     
  18. IGETEVEN

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    "Quoted for truth!" :cool:

    Jack
     
  19. noremf

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    Do you member when the pots signed a paper to let interpole operate in the us with immunity no charges would be placed upon them?
     
  20. Martin

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    When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty.

    T. Jefferson