Panel sticks with handguns on DNR land

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Gun owners would still be permitted to carry licensed handguns onto Department of Natural Resources land, a state panel has ruled.
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Since: Dec 06

Wilmington, OH

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#122
Jul 18, 2007
 
Million Mom Marcher wrote:
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By the way, "amendment" only has 2 Ms. And exactly when do you plan to join the well-regulted militia?
Re-read the 2nd Amandment, the right to bear arms is not limited to a well regulated militia.

Since: Dec 06

Wilmington, OH

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#123
Jul 18, 2007
 
AGAIN I SEE wrote:
THAT A BIG THANK YOU TO THE DNR IS IN ORDER
Yep, Hiram.

Since: Dec 06

Wilmington, OH

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#124
Jul 18, 2007
 
What has happened to Gary Moody of Franklin. I though he would be all over this and telling us how he has talked to Mitch about not approving this.

Maybe someone with a gun spooked him or there was a bump in the night and he is under the sheets.
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Indianapolis, IN

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#125
Jul 19, 2007
 
Rebecca Richardson wrote:
This is obscene. I had planned on camping on DNR property late this summer, but now I am afraid to. I wish that handgun owners all were responsible enough not to use their guns in state parks. However, the fact that they want to carry them in state parks tells me then intend to use them recreationally. Consequently, it is only a matter of time until someone is injured. Have our governmental authorities learned nothing from the fireworks debacle in this state?
Would you be the pinko attorney Rebecca Richardson?

Who knew.
noDuh

Indianapolis, IN

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#126
Jul 19, 2007
 
joseph kenny wrote:
DNR does not offer assisted suicide
programs in the State Parks. They
do not allow hunting. They do not
allow target practice. Therefore I
must conclude that they are allowing
patrons to bring in guns in order to shoot the other patrons. There,
I feel much safer.
uh, they do allow target shooting at their public target ranges.

also, the fact that someone has a gun in their pocket does not conclude it is there intention to pull it out and shoot people. that's some faulty logic there bucko. carrying a first aid kit does not imply you are going to start sticking band-aids on people as you walk by. it's there in case you need it to help yourself or others.

Since: Dec 06

Wilmington, OH

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#127
Jul 19, 2007
 
11B dude wrote:
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Would you be the pinko attorney Rebecca Richardson?
Who knew.
I would hope not, her post would indicate that her education was a total waste of time.

Since: Dec 06

Greenwood, IN

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#128
Jul 30, 2007
 
TOBY wrote:
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How many people out there who consider C.O.'s to be in line with Barney Fife realise that a CO is the only Peace Officer with the athourity to arrest a County Sheriff?
Actually, the only government official who is specifically charged with the duty to arrest a duly elected County Sheriff in Indiana is the Coroner of the same County when given a warrant to do so. The specific text of IC 36-2-14-5 reads "coroner or any other person to whom
it may be legally directed." This is common in countries where the origin of law is English Common Law. In fact, the name "coroner" comes from the fact that they represented the Crown. "Norman kings appointed the sheriff or shire reeve who was directly responsible to the
king and the Exchequer (the revenue office the collected taxes). Likewise, the king appointed
judges to decide disputes in the name of the king. Later, the kings appointed coroners to
watch the judges and the sheriffs." from http://www.state.in.us/ctb/pdf/s100n.pdf

I don't think there is any restriction on arresting a Sheriff caught in the act of a crime, as according to Indiana law, ANYONE can arrest ANYONE ELSE if they find them in the commission of even certain misdemeanors.
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May 31, 2008
 
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Lee

Fountain Valley, CA

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#131
May 29, 2009
 
ColtsFan_Tom wrote:
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Your level of ignorance is appalling. The majority of hunters are far from "useless redneck throwbacks", and those that hunt purely for sport are most definitely in the minority. Most use their prey for food and use other parts of the animal as well.
Your characterization is nothing more than a convenient stereotype used by the ignorant to try to denigrate those that engage in an activity that they do not happen to agree with. And a decidedly unamerican trait at that.
Hunters ARE scum. They may serve some purpose in that they keep populations down, but that is not the reason hunters are out there. They are out there because they ENJOY CAUSING PAIN, SUFFERING AND DEATH.

They are sickos who are allowed to get away with taking out their perversions on animals.
Lee

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#132
May 29, 2009
 
We are screwed wrote:
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Venison, Caribou, and Elk are very good to eat. Many game birds as well. You don't get out much I reckon.
Hunter scum should be ground up and made into dog and cat food. The rest you could feed to the wild animals.
Lee

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#133
May 29, 2009
 
PROUD HUNTER wrote:
To "hunters are scum", Obviousely you have no idea what you are talking about. Hunters are needed to keep the population in check. If there were no deer hunting they would be running around the neighborhoods like dogs and cats. Don't feel bad, you are just uneducated on the subject, look into it sometime.
Why can't deer be free to roam around unharmed? There must be some better form of population control than killing them. But you would never hear a hunter ask for any more merciful method because they just like killing.
Lee

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#134
May 29, 2009
 
former Indy citizen wrote:
I like the recent article about the Florida Sheriff who, when asked why was this cop killer shot 67 times? His answer was short and to the point, "That's all the bullets we had".
My kind of Sheriff and I would vote for him.
Ha! I agree!
Lee

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#135
May 29, 2009
 
former Indy citizen wrote:
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"Out of my cold dead hands " was a quote from Charleton Heston when he was president of the NRA.
Brother Ted Nugent is a true American and a lover of freedom. He also hunts a good portion of the food he and his family eats. All members of his family are skilled in the use of fire arms and bows and arrows. He is certainly a man I would love to have in my foxhole.
I think every American citizen should own a gun for protection. But Ted Nugent is a sadist who loves nothing more than seeing an animal suffer. Not only does he love killing animals, but if you ever watched his shows you know that he also likes causing them to be terrorized. He does not hunt for food, though he does eat some of it. He hunts because he likes to see the animal terrorized and feeling pain. Anyone who hunts with a bow knows that the animal dies an excruciating death of suffocation as it's lungs fill up with it's own blood.

Ted Nugent is the lowest. No one could get lower than he is.

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