WV Gun Rights Week in Review

WV Gun Rights Week in Review

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#1 Jan 27, 2013
"As the nation goes so goes West Virginia" so they say, and the nation is talking about Gun Control. Here are three of the biggest Gun Control stories in West Virginia this week, in case you missed them. Bray Cary v. Keith Morgan, The REAL Reason Rockefeller isn't seeking reelection, and WV Colleges Banning Weapons.

Bray Cary Looses His Man Card

Bray Cary, host of The State Journal's 'Decision Makers'-- a statewide television program dedicated to public affairs, found himself at the wrong end of the barrel of denial this week. He doesn't trust Americans with weapons ... and he DEFINITELY doesn't trust his guests!

more...
http://thediggerer.com/component/k2/item/272-...
Redneckerson

Nitro, WV

#2 Jan 27, 2013
compcarp wrote:
"As the nation goes so goes West Virginia" so they say, and the nation is talking about Gun Control. Here are three of the biggest Gun Control stories in West Virginia this week, in case you missed them. Bray Cary v. Keith Morgan, The REAL Reason Rockefeller isn't seeking reelection, and WV Colleges Banning Weapons.
Bray Cary Looses His Man Card
Bray Cary, host of The State Journal's 'Decision Makers'-- a statewide television program dedicated to public affairs, found himself at the wrong end of the barrel of denial this week. He doesn't trust Americans with weapons ... and he DEFINITELY doesn't trust his guests!
more...
http://thediggerer.com/component/k2/item/272-...
Great captions you added to the state journal interview.
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#4 Jan 28, 2013
As the Nation goes, so does West Virginia? Not! As the Nation goes Liberal, West Virginia is being engulfed by a Crimson wave of Ignorance.
Redneckerson

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#5 Jan 28, 2013
Jack_4ral wrote:
As the Nation goes, so does West Virginia? Not! As the Nation goes Liberal, West Virginia is being engulfed by a Crimson wave of Ignorance.
Your opinion; I see you still support the 1st amend., that's good to know! Or do you only support the 1st when you agree on the subject matter ?
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#8 Jan 29, 2013
Redneckerson wrote:
<quoted text>Your opinion; I see you still support the 1st amend., that's good to know! Or do you only support the 1st when you agree on the subject matter ?
Red, on several occasions I have willingly taken the oath to Defend and Protect the Constitution of the U.S.. I also believe in a quote from Abraham Lincoln; (We the People are the Rightful Masters of both Congress and the Courts, not to Overthrow the Constitution, but Overthrow the Men who pervert the Constitution.)

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#9 Jan 29, 2013
Been There wrote:
I have my evil assault semi automatic guns ....woot woot
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#10 Jan 29, 2013
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ttyam

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#11 Jan 29, 2013
Jack_4ral wrote:
<quoted text>Red, on several occasions I have willingly taken the oath to Defend and Protect the Constitution of the U.S.. I also believe in a quote from Abraham Lincoln; (We the People are the Rightful Masters of both Congress and the Courts, not to Overthrow the Constitution, but Overthrow the Men who pervert the Constitution.)
You sound like a flip-flopper, on several occasions you took a oath to defend the Constitution. Oaths and vows are eternal !! I wonder how many times you took a wedding vow ,too death do you part. I take oaths and vows serious, As a young man I took a oath to Defend the Constitution,and also a vow too love my wife like Christ loves the Church,and will take both to the grave! You need to have some convictions about you! A man is only as good as his word!
Redneckerson

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#12 Jan 29, 2013
Jack_4ral wrote:
<http://www.youtube.com/wat ch?v=wj90gBDX1roXX&feature =player_detailpage>
The weapon pictured is a special class3 weapon , available by special permit and tax stamp. Not easily obtained by the general public! Very heavily regulated, not your run of the mill wal-mart SEMI-AUTO AR. Nice try on trying to scare the public though.

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#13 Jan 29, 2013
ttyam wrote:
<quoted text>You sound like a flip-flopper, on several occasions you took a oath to defend the Constitution. Oaths and vows are eternal !! I wonder how many times you took a wedding vow ,too death do you part. I take oaths and vows serious, As a young man I took a oath to Defend the Constitution,and also a vow too love my wife like Christ loves the Church,and will take both to the grave! You need to have some convictions about you! A man is only as good as his word!
44 Years and counting. I neither flip or flop.

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#14 Jan 29, 2013
Redneckerson wrote:
<quoted text>The weapon pictured is a special class3 weapon , available by special permit and tax stamp. Not easily obtained by the general public! Very heavily regulated, not your run of the mill wal-mart SEMI-AUTO AR. Nice try on trying to scare the public though.
The AR-15 in question is a standard off the shelf Simi-Automatic rifle with a 100 round drum magazine. The method used is called bump firing, can be used on any standard Simi-Automatic weapon.<XXYOUTUBE-_U6tORrOD JEXX&feature=player_embedd ed>
Louise

Charleston, WV

#15 Jan 31, 2013
According to Libertarianism: A Primer by David Boaz, Free Press, 1997.
Libertarianism is the view that each person has the right to live his life in any way he chooses so long as he respects the equal rights of others. Libertarians defend each person's right to life, liberty, and property-rights that people have naturally, before governments are created. In the libertarian view, all human relationships should be voluntary; the only actions that should be forbidden by law are those that involve the initiation of force against those who have not themselves used force-actions like murder, rape, robbery, kidnapping, and fraud.
http://www.theihs.org/what-libertarian
According to this, a true libertarian would be against any gun control by the government due to guns being personal property.
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#17 Feb 1, 2013
Clarify the 2nd Amendment

15 seconds ago.

Clarify the 2nd Amendment shared a status.

Should Gun owners be required to have liability insurance?
Home owners insurance will probably cover a weapons (Gun) accident in the Home or on Property. The solution in question would be to treat a weapon that is produced with a serial number like an automobile with a Gun owners title that would be updated with any sale or change of owner. This would be mandated by Federal Law and processed by "The People" the State. After a certain manufactured date, possession of a untitled defined weapon would be a 1st degree misdemeanor, a second would be a 3rd degree felony and possession of multi untitled weapons would be a 3rd degree felony, first offense. A tax on each transaction of course would got to "The People" the State. Liability insurance would have to be proven with a background check on each sale or transfer. This can be done at an authorized FFL licensed dealer, for a fee of course. There is many possibilities in future Gun Safety Laws.

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#18 Feb 1, 2013
All reasonable, but for one point. Built into our founding documents is this phrase. "the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."

The word 'infringed' must be examined for original intent. It means to DEFEAT or FRUSTRATE - meaning the government cannot impose rules or restrictions that would prevent ownership or make ownership difficult. Nothing was written as to type of weapon. In fact, at the time the citizens of this country were able to get the exact same weapons as their government.

Also, those who penned the 2nd amendment were adamant that a government ought to be afraid of it's people - not the other way around.

Not pretty or popular ideas, but we are a Constitutional Republic, a nation of laws - not Utopian Land of Good Intentions.

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#19 Feb 2, 2013
< http://truth-out.org/news/item/13890-the-seco... ; carp, there are many definitions of the 2nd Amendment. You quote the definition of the 2nd Amd. as the NRA, always relating to the right to keep and bear Arms. The subject of the 2nd is "A well regulated Militia, shall not be infringed". Being necessary to the security of a free State, the right to keep and bear Arms is a direct statement to the subject.

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#20 Feb 2, 2013
In your attempt to correct my 'interpretation' you edit and rephrase the amendment and spin it with your own interpretation.

It's difficult to be intellectually honest and argue with a straightforward reading isn't it? For 'spin' you can read the words of the authors of the amendment.

http://cap-n-ball.com/fathers.htm

The people ARE the militia. The militia wasn't what was not to be infringed but the right to own and bear arms. Feel free to ask an English teacher to diagram that sentence for you.
yes

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#21 Feb 2, 2013
compcarp wrote:
In your attempt to correct my 'interpretation' you edit and rephrase the amendment and spin it with your own interpretation.
It's difficult to be intellectually honest and argue with a straightforward reading isn't it? For 'spin' you can read the words of the authors of the amendment.
http://cap-n-ball.com/fathers.htm
The people ARE the militia. The militia wasn't what was not to be infringed but the right to own and bear arms. Feel free to ask an English teacher to diagram that sentence for you.
I love you man,In a strictly platonic way.

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#22 Feb 3, 2013
ha! Thanks! Hye, be sure to check out TheDiggerer.com and tell everyone worth telling. It's a fun conservative parody website. Deserves a bigger audience.
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#23 Feb 3, 2013
compcarp wrote:
ha! Thanks! Hye, be sure to check out TheDiggerer.com and tell everyone worth telling. It's a fun conservative parody website. Deserves a bigger audience.
Yes it does deserve a bigger audience! I tell all my friends about the site. I'm glad to see you posting on a serious side ,your wealth of knowledge on the 2nd amend. was helpful. thx

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