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When reloading is banned..

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Unread 04-27-2009, 09:12 AM
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Remember your highschool civics class? Federal treaties trump state and local laws/regulations.

So this treaty would apply to ALL states equally, including Texas. Of course, I'd imigrate to the country of Texas!

If some is good and more is better, then too much is just right.

My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought, cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives
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Unread 04-27-2009, 09:33 AM
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Unread 04-27-2009, 09:39 AM
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Originally Posted by RockyMtnMT View Post
Sent e-mails to my esteemed MT Senators. I carry little faith in them. It's all I've got until I can vote against them again.


I have done the same. I do every time I read a post like this. I appreciate being "made aware".
"I may be dumb, but I'm not stupid." - Terry Bradshaw
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Unread 04-27-2009, 12:04 PM
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"You have the benefit of a Bill Of Rights protecting you and that is more than we have ever had!"

Sadly, our "liberal" masters, political and judicial, consider those "rights" to only be previliges they can sweep aside when and as they wish. So far, they have been correct so our Constitution is a small, tattered comfort now.

When it comes to "common sense" laws I wish politicians and judges had some common sense. Instead they have a burning desire to gain more power and use it to direct our lives. That's "CHANGE they CAN BELIEVE IN."
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Unread 04-27-2009, 02:15 PM
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Ahhh Boomtube - I sense you are a man of 'experienced' years! Having lived for a few years in the US and lucky enough to be married to one of those uncontrollable women folk of yours I can can honestly say that whatever 'liberal' sentiment seeks to debase the foundations of what you believe - the very fact of having a Constitution and Bill of Rights that means something to 'some number' of your countrymen is a country mile ahead of the fragile rights that I enjoy!!

Perhaps I am a romantic but keep battling and believing and I think what the founding fathers intended will remain true...if not...then all is lost and you are in the same 'sorry a**' boat that I am in!!!
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Unread 04-27-2009, 03:14 PM
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Sorry about that wild woman. But not much! I have one of my own! A few more months now will make fifty years, not counting the two of dating prior to tying the knot. Great woman actually. No doubt in my mind I would have died long ago without her so some steel strength in your soul mate is not a bad thing.

Yeah, I vagely remember when this country was headed by FDR and yours by Churchill. You got the better of that deal. But the whiners on both sides of the ocean wanted a big daddy instead of freedom so we have both lost a lot. A hard core of us who believe in our history, our Constitution and our recognised RIGHTS as freemen, not serfs with a few privliges that can be easily be taked away, remain here but we are a shrinking minority now.

You perhaps - ok, really - have lost more than we so far. But once a slight majority of a squishy, dependant sheeple begin to sell their votes for "free" benefits from the public treasury it's hardly possible to reverse the trend.

Having dreamy liberals in contol ALWAYS means the public will continue losing more money and more liberty, no matter how sweetly they talk. Happens every where it's tried. Things just ramp down again and again utill the people are under total domination by an all powerful few in DC, or London. (I hear some bad things about your "free medical" system and we have MANY who want to duplicate it here!)

Hang tuff. We're likely going to need to be tuff before long to defend our families from the results of our liberal masters long practice of bowing to our home-grown muslims. (Saying "radical" muslims would be redundant, would it not?)

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Unread 04-27-2009, 06:09 PM
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If this passes we can kiss our Second Amendment rights goodby from the wording of the treaty, if it passes what will happen to all the firearms manufactures that don't have weapons contracts, dealers that sell to the puplic, ammunition manufactures plus all the companys that supply the arms manufactures plus all the unemployment compensation that will be paid out and all the business that will fail or close up as it will be a domino effect.
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