Second Amendment Foundation Warns Alabama City, Forego Gun Regulations Or Face Lawsuit
The Second Amendment Foundation has warned the City of Guntersville, Ala. to drop its effort to pass an emergency citizen disarmament ordinance or face legal action.
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#1 Mar 3, 2013
As a police officer in a large city in Tx, I would call on the police in that city to come out and tell the city trying to pass the ord. That you took an oath in which to uphold the constitution, and that that document supersedes any city ord., that they can pass it but your dept will refuse to enforce it. I can't believe that a city would want to turn its law abiding citizens against the police, when the police would need the community's support the most. It's like the city council is trying to get law enforcement killed in that city. They need to run out of town whatever politician brought that ord. up.
Since: Mar 08
#2 Mar 4, 2013
Never trust police. The rank and file, the patrol cop, will always obey orders regardless of their Constitutionality.
New Orleans was only one example of police behaving like gestapo.
Oathkeeper stuff is bs. Also, the idea of people not supporting police is bs too. Few peope would be silent if they saw a serious crime (unless it's drug related). The cops are full of crap. They say only they care about law and peace (most of them are thugs too).
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