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Tennessee Hunting Rights Amendment

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#8191
Nov 15, 2012
 
I am for hunting rights with proper safety education.
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Nov 15, 2012
 

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If no hunting is allowed then expect to pay allstate about 4 x more than your paying right now. And find a number of animals dead everywhere from all sorts of starvation and diseases.
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#8193
Nov 16, 2012
 
youtube.com/watch...
1st Rule was Gather Roadkill Fresh as possible
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#8194
Nov 17, 2012
 
CitizenTopix wrote:
Tennessee Hunting Rights Amendment
The proposed measure calls for the personal right to hunt and fish within state laws and existing property rights. Additionally, the amendment allows for hunting and fishing of non-threatened species.
How will you vote on November 2nd?
Sounds good to me
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Nov 20, 2012
 

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Just a statement to those that don't know yet! Enjoy hunting and all the weapons we have now. Check with your Congressman to find out about the Global arms agreement for small arms that Clinton brokered for Obama and is coming or now in Congress to approve!
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Cookeville, TN

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#8198
Nov 21, 2012
 
Rita wrote:
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Sounds good to me
I agree....and did
Done my homework

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Nov 22, 2012
 

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TOTEM wrote:
<quoted text>Has nothing to do with US gun owners...
Brokered by Clinton for Obama and it has nothing to do with US gun owners? Please present your evidence.
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Nov 27, 2012
 

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TOTEM wrote:
<quoted text>Has nothing to do with US gun owners...
Agree
bryan

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#8204
Dec 4, 2012
 
Animals dont have rights! They are here for our consumption. Hippies!

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#8205
Dec 4, 2012
 
Gun rights ARE not the issue. They are guaranteed us by the 2nd Amendment and are a God given right and not a privilege doled out by man. If you don't believe in God then fill in your own blank. Bottom line is that hunting and gathering is natural and this may explain so many people are fat. Get out in the woods, hike, track and hunt. Put down the Little Debbies and get out and earn your food for real. Learn how fend for yourself. As for the 2nd Amendment, leave my rights alone. I hunt with a crossbow, cap lock and flintlock muzzleloaders. So are those going to be banned? Will I be reduced to using a spork?
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#8206
Dec 4, 2012
 
CCC999 wrote:
Gun rights ARE not the issue. They are guaranteed us by the 2nd Amendment and are a God given right and not a privilege doled out by man. If you don't believe in God then fill in your own blank. Bottom line is that hunting and gathering is natural and this may explain so many people are fat. Get out in the woods, hike, track and hunt. Put down the Little Debbies and get out and earn your food for real. Learn how fend for yourself. As for the 2nd Amendment, leave my rights alone. I hunt with a crossbow, cap lock and flintlock muzzleloaders. So are those going to be banned? Will I be reduced to using a spork?
You can stop worrying. No one is trying to take your guns away. You will be able to kill animals as long as you want. The fear mongers have to bring up gun control every few months just to let everyone know they still love their guns.

“Why So Serious...”

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Dec 4, 2012
 

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CCC999 wrote:
Gun rights ARE not the issue. They are guaranteed us by the 2nd Amendment and are a God given right and not a privilege doled out by man. If you don't believe in God then fill in your own blank. Bottom line is that hunting and gathering is natural and this may explain so many people are fat. Get out in the woods, hike, track and hunt. Put down the Little Debbies and get out and earn your food for real. Learn how fend for yourself. As for the 2nd Amendment, leave my rights alone. I hunt with a crossbow, cap lock and flintlock muzzleloaders. So are those going to be banned? Will I be reduced to using a spork?
Dude, the right to keep and bear arms is in the constitution not the bible... therefore it is a right doled out by man, not god... I'm sure god would rather you keep his name out of this, and this is coming from a libertarian, Christian, gunowners...
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Nothing wrong with a little passion every once in awhile.
The Gun Control folks do nothing but lie all the time.
CaveMan is only showing his enthusiasm for guns and hunting rights. That's a good thing. I'm with ya.
If it wasn't for the National Rifle Association nobody would have a gun but the crooks and the Government (same thing).
Buy a hunting license, join the NRA and VOTE!
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Somebody is going to say "what does a hunting license have to do with anything?" There are 702,000 hunting license holders in Tennessee. 1,600,000 people voted for Governor. Haslam won by 500,000. I bet he knows how many hunters are in Tennessee!
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Oak Ridge, TN

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Dec 5, 2012
 

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whothehellcares- wrote:
<quoted text> Dude, the right to keep and bear arms is in the constitution not the bible... therefore it is a right doled out by man, not god... I'm sure god would rather you keep his name out of this, and this is coming from a libertarian, Christian, gunowners...
What part of the Second Amendment "gives" us this right? As far as I can tell, the Constitution doesn't give any rights, but restricts the government from infringing on rights we already have.

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Dec 5, 2012
 
Done my homework wrote:
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What part of the Second Amendment "gives" us this right? As far as I can tell, the Constitution doesn't give any rights, but restricts the government from infringing on rights we already have.
That is very true. Infringing on your rights you already have.
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Sparta, TN

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Dec 5, 2012
 
Rainy Day2 wrote:
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That is very true. Infringing on your rights you already have.
Those rights seem to dwindle day by day.
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Oak Ridge, TN

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Dec 6, 2012
 
less wrote:
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Those rights seem to dwindle day by day.
They don't dwindle, but we {as a group} are being convinced to surrender our rights and authority to the government. The Constitution renders the government UNDER the people, not over them, but look at how people discuss this topic and the general perception of the people being over the government seems rare indeed.
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Dec 7, 2012
 

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CitizenTopix wrote:
Tennessee Hunting Rights Amendment
The proposed measure calls for the personal right to hunt and fish within state laws and existing property rights. Additionally, the amendment allows for hunting and fishing of non-threatened species.
How will you vote on November 2nd?
i believe as long as you hunt within the law you are ok. but some people are too lazy to sit out in the cold and wait for the wild life they like to spot light the cheaters way out!
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JustMe wrote:
Hmmmm.... I'm curious as to how you compare hunting in typically the woods to druggies and thugs robbing and mugging which is usually in the city or populated areas ......assmuncher.
You're exactly the type of brainless douche bag who shouldn't be allowed to carry a gun in the woods or the city.
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we are going to start by saying that if these thugs had some woods to run around in they wouldnt be doing dope and robbing people. i live close to two big towns where alot of the people hunt.they would rather hunt with their family and friends than be in town.also alot of hunters donate there animals to programs that feed most of the homeless people that live in big citys.so eather way hunters help more than they hurt.yes some drink but thats not all of us so think before you assume we are all the same.

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