Backdoor Legislation
by HMJC
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The Nobama administration continues to employ behind closed doors tactics to degrade our 2nd amendment rights. First it was ammo, and now a direct attack on legitimate businesses further inhibiting the right for law abiding citizens to obtain firearms for personal use and putting Americans out of work.

In a nutshell the government is applying pressure to banking institutions to scrutinize businesses that sell firearms. They have gone as far as to compare firearm transactions with online pornography and internet drug sites. The slant is that they are a high risk client regardless of a proven credit history and legal compliance.

As each "little" under the table legislation continues it further erodes our 2nd amendment rights and make no mistake; the administration is counting on our apathy and refusal to be informed.

Admittedly there are some provisions that need to be looked at however; this should be presented to the people and given the right to be part of the process. As each gun control initiative passes it is going to be an uphill battle to regain these rights.



http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/may/18/targeted-gun-sellers-say-high-risk-label-from-feds/


http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/may/18/targeted-gun-sellers-say-high-risk-label-from-feds/


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PoliticsNation commented on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at 13:54 PM

Representative Louie Gohmert wants to override commanders and allow service members to openly carry guns on base. This is a bad idea. Help us stop it by dialing 888-907-7125 to connect to your U.S. representative directly and ask them to vote NO on the Gohmert Amendment. Vote happening around 6pm today.

gacpl commented on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at 14:14 PM

why is it a bad idea to have people trained to handle guns carry them?

HMJC commented on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 07:16 AM

Not only trained to use; Soldiers are also trained in levels of force and to include use of deadly force. I will say at least you are consistent PN; that is exactly the type of response I expected from you. Typical DEM approach; bring up another "pressing" situation as opposed to addressing the issue at hand.

HMJC commented on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 14:36 PM

I think they need to look at a hybrid option. Based on past and present events; it makes sense to have more of an armed presence on military installations. This could be in the form of each battalion having their own armed security patrol. Based on events past it would also make sense to have an armed presence at large gathering/servicing areas. In all three occasions; if a armed presence was proximate to the scene; it would have played out more differently. Every Soldier, no. However a more serious approach needs to be formulated to coincide with the reality at hand. It is also important to remember that when Soldiers do deploy; they have a weapon and basic load of ammo at all times so it would not be a be an unfamiliar requirement. Even with all of this said I do concede that a better plan is needed,


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