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  • #21
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    Thank you....that is possibly the best statement on all of this nonsense ever....I will have to remember this one....so very very true....
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    I agree with you on that one! I'm glad that I live in a state on the oppositenside of the country, in VA (Northern VA). Also, it IS an attack on the 2nd amendment.
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    Re-read your beloved 2nd Amend I believe the term "well regulated" could very well be interpreted that the state can regulate purchases. I think Chis Rock's solution of a tax of $1,000 per round would go a long way to reduce their debt too LOL
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    @martydotcom Chris Rock thinks we should do whatever Obama tells us because he's like our dad. He's clueless. So are you for poll taxes too? It would reduce our debt.
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    @martydotcom you'll notice I didnt mention the 2nd Amendment anywhere in that post. I said I am going to Reno to purchase ammo and that the state should mind its own f*****g business.
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    Not to be disrespectful, but has anyone noticed that it is always the Jewish lawmakers (Finestein, Wasserman, Giffords, Stein, Steinberg, ad-nauseum) that propose the most draconian gun control measures while forgetting history? Hitler took away all the guns from the Jews in Germany and then exterminated them once they were defenseless. Go figure.
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    I don't know what to say except good luck with that one. Making it illegal to carry or have a firearm with a 10+ round magazine literally makes every semi-automatic handgun illegal. And I don't doubt this law will pass which will place further restrictions on law abiding gun owners, all while criminals will rejoice. After all, 93% of gun crimes are committed with illegally obtained guns. So tell me California lawmakers, what do you plan to do to bring that element of gun crimes under control?

    This is what is just so stupid. We recognize a problem where mentally unstable whackos are getting access to firearms they shouldn't and criminals obtaining weapons illegally, and then killing innocent people. Instead of taking a good hard look to find the root of the problems to come up with an effective action to take on the issue, we jump to knee-jerk conclusions and make rash decisions without really knowing if they will have any effect on the problem. So here you have lawmakers deciding to go after one of the least responsible groups of individuals to stop gun violence. It won't work you morons!!
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    They already tried doing something of this sort with the ammo a few years back and the only thing that stopped it was lack of money to support it. I believe they wanted to do a fingerprinting system of some sort with a minor background check. The funny part was that everywhere that sold ammo said even if it did pass the state wouldn't be able to pay to enforce it and the stores said they wouldn't go along with it. The state is also trying to go back to fixed magazines as well as if the ridiculous bullet button isn't enough for them. It's just people who are uneducated about firearms and are scared of them for no reason and want to take our rights away.
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    I was born in California. But most of my family fled the state (and took their small businesses with them) when Jerry Brown was the governor the first time, back in the 1970's. I'm self-employed, and I have no interest in ever living there again. Thousands more have been fleeing California annually since Jerry Brown was elected again, and business and industry is leaving in droves. Thousands more will flee if any laws like this pass. The producers are leaving, and the takers are staying. I wish California a speedy financial and governmental collapse.
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    Have you noticed?: Not ONE word out of the mouths of anti-gun activists over the shootings of 3 different people, in TWO SEPARATE shooting incidents, by TRIGGER-HAPPY California Police officers? No doubt, Senator Feinstein will be counting the 3 people shot and killed by the Rogue Cop and the 3 other people shot by jumpy trigger-happy cops as "victims of 'assault weapons' ". What a bunch of stinkin' hypocrites.
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    California has always been the leader at whatever is on the news that is why they are broke, into legalized marijuana use, gay lesbian lifestyle, what happens in CA stays there just don't bring your ass to Texas.
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    California democrats just cut their own throats next election. The majority, by an overwhelming margin of American citizens, do not want gun control. here are the politicians once again, going against the wishes of the people.
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    Personally, I'm glad that Mexifornia is taking this stand. It will further put the spot light on their inability to function as a normal civil entity. They're currently facing bankruptcy because of their decades of undisciplined liberal economic and fiscal policies. Many cities in CA have already filed for bankruptcy, or on the threshold of doing so.

    That being said....

    The figures show that California had the highest number of gun murders last year - 1,790, which is 68% of all murders that year and equivalent to 3.25 per 100,000 people in the state. And considering that CA has already stringent gun regulations in place. The Criminal there can feel more secure in his ability to inflict harm on honest citizens that are the only ones that will comply with these added obtuse laws.. In the final analysis, they will end up proving once again, that gun regulations directed to law abiding citizens don't work....
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    No surprise here, this IS California after all. I lived there for several years, they have just gotten stranger and more wacky as the years rolled by. Nothing new here.
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    This is nothing more than incompetence reacting to a situation that they have NO idea how to interpret or correctly deal with. Where does the majority of gun violence occur and why do these area attract so much violence.
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    @marine1 Gun laws for the law abiding. We know how well it doesn't work. To believe that 10 round magazines, permits, registration and such will stop the gang bangers from committing crimes is simply insane.

    We can be sure its about one thing....control of people.
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    @marine1 Yup. Criminals, be definition, won't obey any new gun laws. The politicians in Ca. seem to think more laws are the answer....just like in NY. These folks have been waiting a long time to seize an opportunity and they don't want it to go to waste. It's all about agenda and has nothing to do with safety.
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    Has CA become so dumbed down that they don't understand the purpose of the 2nd Amendment. It's America's last line of defense against invasion or a tyrannical government. Do they not understand what "shall not be infringed" means?
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    Fucking CA, at it again with their knee jerk reactions. I've had job offers from CA companies however, I'm so glad I never considered moving to that fucked up state......
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    The Court's recent opinions in Heller and McDonald (while reluctantly acknowledging the people's theoretical right to arms) effectively nullified the 2nd amendment - by expressing (via obiter-dictum) their enthusiastic inclination to accept virtually all manner of infringement just short of a complete ban - thereby giving a green-light to all malevolent ant-American 'public servants', to effectively disarm the citizenry under false color of law - with the Court's blessing.

    The only three options the Court leaves for the people are 1) litigate each and every individual instance of infringement all the way to the Supreme Court, or; 2) voluntarily disarm and thereby succumb to subjugation, or; 3) resist and be subject to the full force and furry of a renegade, lawless, malicious, federal government.

    Now that the DHS has acquired upwards of 1.6 Billion (not Million) rounds of anti-civilian ammunition, it seems they are fully preparing for option three. The persistent denial of essential justice inevitably leads to civil war.
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    Well that will absolutely cut down or even stop bad guys with bad intentions from killing multiple targets.
    NOT.
    The term Gun Laws only means one damn thing to those who obey the law. But, the second he loses control he loads 30 in the clip, gets online and learns how to build a bomb, goes to the hardware store and buys everything he needs, goes home and makes some, then goes out shooting people and blowin crap up.

    Oh no he doesn't, cause we got new stricter laws in place, I forgot.

    No law means crap to someone intent on breaking that law.
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