Feds OK rule allowing loaded weapons in national parks

Dec 5, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: McClatchy DC

Some visitors to the nation's parks and wildlife refuges will be allowed to carry loaded weapons beginning in January under a plan given final approval Friday by the Bush administration.

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ROBERT TUMA

Waxahachie, TX

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Dec 6, 2008
 

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JEERS TO CAL LOIS CAPPS AND TO Paul Helmke.

"Allow dangerous people to carry"??????????

People allowed by the state and approved by the
Feds to carry a weapon are "dangerous people" ???????? I think Helmke's mind set is what is dangerous.

Lois Capps also needs to be better informed.
Ben in AZ

Tempe, AZ

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This will be the first test for President-elect Obama to prove to gun owners that they have nothing to fear from his administration. When he reviews 'all eleventh-hour regulations' by the Bush administration as has been said he'll do, this is the first Second Amendment related one to be decided upon.

It will send out a clear message as to his true future intentions, and will either [temporarily] calm down the buying frenzy or send the frenzy into overdrive. Maybe he'll just wait 6 months and tie in the revocation of this rule change with some other change(s) after the masses aren't paying attention any longer.

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