The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
As demonstrated by OBAMA and his cronies, labels mean more to arbiters of knowledge than substance. Classifying people is important to them because in order to divide people, first they must be collected into groups. As for the ongoing misspelling of your name - that's a misnomer mike. They INTEND upon the errant spelling because to them it's a sign of disrespect. It's also bait. Get you talking about that "misspelling" and errant membership assigning and you aren't discussing the substance. Lucky for our side, folks on the side of liberty can "walk and chew gum" at the same time. "Loaded in a car". They aren't empowered to make such right exercised illegal in the first place but aside from that they are hoisted by their own petard. A gun in a car is "secured in a lockable container". It's within your property. It's not being carried, it's being "transported". They are busted by their own game. What's happening now is simple. "Legislators" are pulling their hair out trying to find was to avoid litigation controllers cannot win. A good example was Wisconsins move to go from NO CARRY straight to NO PERMIT carry openly and permit for concealed. Interesting that is because they went STRAIGHT from a outright ban to one step shy of complete constitutional carry! You know, the thing NRA bootlickers say isn't possible because it's gotta be done incrementally.... Why do Wisconsin do this as a 50 50 state at best? Because they had OTHER serious fights going on (right to work) and dint want guns influencing that political fight. SO, the collectivist Stood DOWN to what current SCOTUS carry jurisprudence is - concealed ban is permissible so long as open carry is the RIGHT(meaning open is a matter of right while concealed is a matter of permission). Now, that jurisprudence isn't proper, as it was decided upon the false premise that carry ITSELF isn't a fundamental individual right enumerated and incorporated. Tested, that premise failed and eventually both open AND concealed will and must be admitted as matters of right. What Wisconsin did was set it up so there is only one thing left to do - eliminate concealed permit structure when that decision is handed down. Other issues decided could and will trigger that question being posed and FORCING judicial answer. Loaded in the car is just such a trigger. Rather than see that trigger pulled judicially, legislatures are trying to present politicians "fighting for our right" and "expanding gun rights". I wish more would recognize the game being played. Great way to deal with it all? I WILL NOT COMPLY. Better yet? WE WE WE will exercise our rights, together, Regardless. See, that's the failure of the "optics" of the former - by exercise we actually ARE complying.... Their bans are what aren't complying. Just a matter of perspective I suppose - I think we start with the constitution AS the premise and go from there. Not trying to nit pick even though it seems so. I believe it's the right action, just misnamed. Misnomers are THEIR game - it should not be ours. But hey, that's just me.
"The loudest opponents against a similar measure last year was the Alabama Sheriff's Association."Ah, the ever-helpful police. They have been predicting mayhem ever since Florida became the "Gunshine State" by passing concealed carry, and have been wrong EVERY SINGLE TIME. One would think a little humility would be called for by now...
We have this in the Commonwealth of KY; you can carry in a glove box or center console, or in plain view for that matter. We don't particularly have an issue with I-64 turning into a shooting gallery, much to the libs' consternation.
I don't ask permission from my servants.
Tennessee started this last July. I'm sure ya'll have read about all the massive shootouts caused by this. No?wildbill
Anonymous said... I don't ask permission from my servants.Very well stated; we should all remember and use this statement often when dealing with liberals and other bootlickers.
Well, they aren't your servants, are they?"In order to be the master, the politician poses as the servant."-- Charles de GaulleOpen your eyes. People don't run political campaigns (with all the expense and difficulty that entails, including the degrading sucking up to interest groups) just to become a servant. They go to that effort to become our masters.
Why would you need a permit for a right? I didn't see anything in the Constitution about taking any tests or paying for any permits or licenses.
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