We Now Know What The NRA Wants

We Now Know What The NRA Wants

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#1 Mar 27, 2013
We now know what the NRA really wants.

In Louisiana a State Constitutional Amendment proposed by the NRA was passed. It states gun ownership is a fundamental right. Sounds good doesn't it? That's what the voters thought. Only the NRA didn't tell people (and people didn't listen to the legal experts) about what it meant. With the State Constitution stating gun ownership is the fundamental right of citizens it forced a judge to rule the amendment overrides laws keeping guns from criminals and legally unstable people. It made laws unconstitutional such as it being illegal for convicted felons to possess guns, even those convicted of violent gun crimes. A case in New Orleans against a felon for possessing a gun has been dismissed due to this. That would include convicted street-gang members, armed robbers, drug dealers, and murderers. It will also adversely effect parts of laws like EPO protections. The Louisiana State Supreme Court is now looking into it to see if the damage the NRA caused can be undone.
LOL

London, KY

#2 Mar 27, 2013
Interesting. I know they tell you in law school that practicing in Louisiana is whole new world but I sure thought it would still take a legally elected legislator to propose a new law. Guess not.
HelpMe Gov

Manchester, KY

#3 Mar 27, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
We now know what the NRA really wants.
In Louisiana a State Constitutional Amendment proposed by the NRA was passed. It states gun ownership is a fundamental right. Sounds good doesn't it? That's what the voters thought. Only the NRA didn't tell people (and people didn't listen to the legal experts) about what it meant. With the State Constitution stating gun ownership is the fundamental right of citizens it forced a judge to rule the amendment overrides laws keeping guns from criminals and legally unstable people. It made laws unconstitutional such as it being illegal for convicted felons to possess guns, even those convicted of violent gun crimes. A case in New Orleans against a felon for possessing a gun has been dismissed due to this. That would include convicted street-gang members, armed robbers, drug dealers, and murderers. It will also adversely effect parts of laws like EPO protections. The Louisiana State Supreme Court is now looking into it to see if the damage the NRA caused can be undone.
So Louisiana law trumps Federal law. Since when moron?
hehe

London, KY

#4 Mar 27, 2013
You see it every week.
inbred swampbillys hunting gator, n pertn'ner shooting their big toes off in the process

hehe
packin

Pine Knot, KY

#5 Mar 27, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
We now know what the NRA really wants.
In Louisiana a State Constitutional Amendment proposed by the NRA was passed. It states gun ownership is a fundamental right. Sounds good doesn't it? That's what the voters thought. Only the NRA didn't tell people (and people didn't listen to the legal experts) about what it meant. With the State Constitution stating gun ownership is the fundamental right of citizens it forced a judge to rule the amendment overrides laws keeping guns from criminals and legally unstable people. It made laws unconstitutional such as it being illegal for convicted felons to possess guns, even those convicted of violent gun crimes. A case in New Orleans against a felon for possessing a gun has been dismissed due to this. That would include convicted street-gang members, armed robbers, drug dealers, and murderers. It will also adversely effect parts of laws like EPO protections. The Louisiana State Supreme Court is now looking into it to see if the damage the NRA caused can be undone.
The NRA protects the constitutional rights of law abiding citizens. Is there something about 'law abiding' that you don't understand?

The NRA also insists that the laws on the books right now be enforced but it seems like the ignorant don't know how to do that without punishing the law abiding gun owners too.
duh

Liberty, KY

#6 Mar 27, 2013
HelpMe Gov wrote:
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So Louisiana law trumps Federal law. Since when moron?
She's talking about in Louisiana.

Since: Nov 08

Corbin Ky.

#7 Mar 27, 2013
Here is what NRA members want.

91% want all firearms kept away from the mentally ill.

89% don't want semi-auto firearms banned or restricted in any way.

Our media is saying that 74% of NRA members want semi-auto's banned but since the NRA doesn't make public who their members are, how can they make any claim at all? Its just another lie for the sheeple to believe.

Since: Nov 08

Corbin Ky.

#8 Mar 27, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
We now know what the NRA really wants.
In Louisiana a State Constitutional Amendment proposed by the NRA was passed. It states gun ownership is a fundamental right. Sounds good doesn't it? That's what the voters thought. Only the NRA didn't tell people (and people didn't listen to the legal experts) about what it meant. With the State Constitution stating gun ownership is the fundamental right of citizens it forced a judge to rule the amendment overrides laws keeping guns from criminals and legally unstable people. It made laws unconstitutional such as it being illegal for convicted felons to possess guns, even those convicted of violent gun crimes. A case in New Orleans against a felon for possessing a gun has been dismissed due to this. That would include convicted street-gang members, armed robbers, drug dealers, and murderers. It will also adversely effect parts of laws like EPO protections. The Louisiana State Supreme Court is now looking into it to see if the damage the NRA caused can be undone.
Now we know what your leaders want.

VP Joe Biden said,

"Nothing we're going to do is going to fundamentally alter or eliminate the possibility of another mass shooting or guarantee that we will bring gun deaths down to a thousand a year from what we're at now."

Even after saying that nothing we can do will stop gun violence, he still wants to ban rifles and just shoot our shotgun through the door.

The agenda is all too obvious but the blind who is being led see nothing to fear even though they will suffer the same plight as the unarmed citizen.

You people sure have stupid leaders.

Wake up America!
diablo blanco

London, KY

#9 Mar 27, 2013
well maybe if they would keep murderers and such in jail we wouldn't h have to worry about them owning guns. i believe if the government ever gets our guns its over. our forefathers had knowledge of this that's why it was in our constitution. the people are not supposed to fear the government the government is supposed to fear the people
How its done

Liberty, KY

#10 Mar 27, 2013
LOL wrote:
Interesting. I know they tell you in law school that practicing in Louisiana is whole new world but I sure thought it would still take a legally elected legislator to propose a new law. Guess not.
Anybody can write and propose a bill. You take it to a legislator. If you talk him into submitting it under his name it goes through the house and senate process.

Since: Nov 08

Corbin Ky.

#11 Mar 27, 2013
diablo blanco wrote:
well maybe if they would keep murderers and such in jail we wouldn't h have to worry about them owning guns. i believe if the government ever gets our guns its over. our forefathers had knowledge of this that's why it was in our constitution. the people are not supposed to fear the government the government is supposed to fear the people
I agree and maybe now the govt. is showing some fear because the latest gun grab has backfired, they will not win.

Beware to the kool-aid drinkers, sounds like they better hide.

“They will be targeted. I think that if they pass this bill, legislators who vote for it will be assassinated… they’re going to be military targets, too, and they’re going to be killed. They think they’re immune, but they’re not. They cannot walk around with enough security to keep from being shot by a sniper.”– Stewart Rhodes, OathKeepers.org

(For the record, Stewart Rhodes is not calling for this action. He is merely stating the obvious: that this is likely to take place if gun confiscation comes up for a vote in the U.S. Senate.)

It’s not just Stewart Rhodes saying this, either. Robbie Cooper from UrbanUndergrounds.com says much the same thing:

“We all quickly agreed a violent revolution and rebellion would occur almost immediately [following a federal gun ban]. Most, if not all, members of Congress who voted for the ban / confiscation would be assassinated. And the very first prey that would find themselves in the scopes of the rebels would be the members of Congress who passed this ban and the members of the media who have been their willing mouthpieces and agents of propaganda.”

Bob Owens from Bob-Owens.com paints a similar picture:

“The 535 members of the House and Senate in both parties that allowed such a law to pass would largely be on their own; the Secret Service is too small to protect all of them and their families, the Capitol Police too unskilled, and competent private security not particularly interested in working against their own best interests at any price. The elites will be steadily whittled down, and if they cannot be reached directly, the targets will become their staffers, spouses, children, and grandchildren. Grandstanding media figures loyal to the regime would die in droves, executed as enemies of the Republic.”

For the record once again, these people are not calling for such actions, they are merely predicting what is likely to take place. A government that attempts to disarm the citizenry at gunpoint is essentially declaring war on the People and should expect to be treated like an occupying enemy of America. On top of that, the real power in all this is that there is no central leader of any such rebellion. These actions would organically rise out of the population in the form of independent, self-initiated teams of armed defenders who are willing to risk their lives to save America from tyranny.

Veteran firearms instructor Paul Howe even penned a popular piece called 2nd Amendment and the Kool-Aid Drinkers in which he explains one popular solution for handling those who attempt to engage in gun confiscation:

http://www.infowars.com/how-the-post-sandy-ho...
SNAFU_211

Manchester, KY

#12 Mar 27, 2013
Don't bother guys, jenny and hehe are not going to listen to any argument (either logical or illogical) for gun rights. The fact is, they just don't like guns and they don't like law abiding citizens owning guns. Because of this personal belief, they would prefer to see only the Government and Law Enforcement be allowed to own guns. We all know how well the Government can be trusted.

It's ok, jenny and hehe, you guys don't have to touch those nasty evil guns. There are men and women who are brave and patriotic enough to protect your rights. They're called the U.S. Military, they are those who are willing to stand and be counted when our Nation calls. They are the Real 1% of this country, because 99% are not willing to serve their Nation. So you two just relax and continue to exercise your fundamental and Constitutional Right to express your views (1st Amendment). We who have chosen to proudly wear our Nation's uniforms, stand ready to defend your Rights.

By the way, jenny, the Right to purchase and own a firearm is a fundamental and Constitutional Right (2nd Amendment). That's not my opinion, or the opinion of someone in the bayou. That was decided by the Supreme Court of the United States in McDonald v Chicago and other cases. So it really doesn't matter what the NRA wants, or what some Louisiana politician wants. The Supreme Court has already decided the right to buy and own a firearm is a fundamental right. Case closed.

ago solvo vel intereo
Ralph

Manchester, KY

#13 Mar 27, 2013
"Vive in libertate aut morere" I choose freedom. The gun grabbers can have the other half.
agree

Morehead, KY

#15 Mar 27, 2013
diablo blanco wrote:
well maybe if they would keep murderers and such in jail we wouldn't h have to worry about them owning guns. i believe if the government ever gets our guns its over. our forefathers had knowledge of this that's why it was in our constitution. the people are not supposed to fear the government the government is supposed to fear the people
Obama just released two thousand criminal illegal aliens that were supposed to be deported. It wouldn't surprise me if we find out they were given arms too.
Well

Louisville, KY

#16 Mar 27, 2013
The right of self defense is a God given right. The best means of self defense when someone is facing a deadly threat is usually having a firearm. I believe that even felons, including felons who have previously committed violent felonies with firearms, who are allowed to live among us, have the right of self defense with a firearm. I believe no free man should be debarred the use of arms.
Well

Louisville, KY

#17 Mar 27, 2013
By the way, if government can restrict previously convicted felons of their 2nd Amendment rights and treat it as a privilige granted by government, why not their 4th, 5th, or 8th amendment rights?
kidroc

London, KY

#18 Mar 27, 2013
the government is gradually trying to control every aspect of our life.what we can or cannot say,what we can or cannot eat or drink,what medical procedure we can have,what insurance we must have or pay a fine and the list goes on.trying to take the freedom we have left.it's a shame we have such leaders.
Well

Louisville, KY

#19 Mar 27, 2013
packin wrote:
<quoted text>
The NRA protects the constitutional rights of law abiding citizens. Is there something about 'law abiding' that you don't understand?
The NRA also insists that the laws on the books right now be enforced but it seems like the ignorant don't know how to do that without punishing the law abiding gun owners too.
I disagree with the NRA when they insist the laws on the books be enforced. I believe the laws on the books are just as unconstitutional as any of the proposed laws. But I understand the point the NRA is trying to make.

“speak your mind!”

Since: Mar 09

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#20 Mar 28, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
We now know what the NRA really wants.
In Louisiana a State Constitutional Amendment proposed by the NRA was passed. It states gun ownership is a fundamental right. Sounds good doesn't it? That's what the voters thought. Only the NRA didn't tell people (and people didn't listen to the legal experts) about what it meant. With the State Constitution stating gun ownership is the fundamental right of citizens it forced a judge to rule the amendment overrides laws keeping guns from criminals and legally unstable people. It made laws unconstitutional such as it being illegal for convicted felons to possess guns, even those convicted of violent gun crimes. A case in New Orleans against a felon for possessing a gun has been dismissed due to this. That would include convicted street-gang members, armed robbers, drug dealers, and murderers. It will also adversely effect parts of laws like EPO protections. The Louisiana State Supreme Court is now looking into it to see if the damage the NRA caused can be undone.
how stupid are you? do you really by into all this gun control bullhocky? do you really think all the criminals are just going to turn in or throw thier guns away? they want registration ultimately which leads to confinscation! have you still got that dangerous glock? when are you going to turn it in? cause you know the gov is going to look out for you.all you have to do is call 911 and they will be there for you. damage? hasnt the governmetn done enough damage to the constitution?

“speak your mind!”

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#22 Mar 28, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
We now know what the NRA really wants.
In Louisiana a State Constitutional Amendment proposed by the NRA was passed. It states gun ownership is a fundamental right. Sounds good doesn't it? That's what the voters thought. Only the NRA didn't tell people (and people didn't listen to the legal experts) about what it meant. With the State Constitution stating gun ownership is the fundamental right of citizens it forced a judge to rule the amendment overrides laws keeping guns from criminals and legally unstable people. It made laws unconstitutional such as it being illegal for convicted felons to possess guns, even those convicted of violent gun crimes. A case in New Orleans against a felon for possessing a gun has been dismissed due to this. That would include convicted street-gang members, armed robbers, drug dealers, and murderers. It will also adversely effect parts of laws like EPO protections. The Louisiana State Supreme Court is now looking into it to see if the damage the NRA caused can be undone.
all laws which are repugnant to the constitution are null and void marbury vs madison,5 us(2 cranch)137,174,176,(1803)

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