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10 state attorneys general oppose gun permit law

There are 8 comments on the KESQ-TV Palm Desert story from Nov 30, 2012, titled 10 state attorneys general oppose gun permit law. In it, KESQ-TV Palm Desert reports that:

Attorneys general in New York and nine other states are asking U.S. Senate leaders to stop legislation that would let licensed gun owners carry concealed firearms across state lines.

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“O'er the land of the free ? ”

Since: Jan 09

Don't Tread On Me

#1 Dec 1, 2012
10 ( treasonist)state attorneys general oppose gun permit law should be the headline.
Dr Freud

Riga, Latvia

#2 Dec 1, 2012
Where Is My America wrote:
10 ( treasonist)state attorneys general oppose gun permit law should be the headline.
Correction: Should be 'treasonous.'
But aside from that, there should never, ever be any kind of 'permit' required to carry a gun anywhere.

“Now thats a tin hat!”

Since: Oct 07

Blue Ridge Mountains

#3 Dec 2, 2012
Hmm, let me see. We have the Feds regulating reciprocity for something as dangerous as a drivers license. Looks like they can regulate a concealed license from state to state.

I wonder what these AG's fear from law abiding concealed guns permit holders?

I would like to know. We can bottle it, wrap it up in a six pack and use it to scare these anti rights AG's out of office.

We could call it beverages for bozos on their way to look for a new job.

They certainly are worthless at their jobs now.

Hey, I wonder if the other 40 AG's are advocating for this law?

Well, at least 22 are.

"Recently, the Attorneys General of 22 states and the territory of Guam wrote a letter of support for H.R. 822 to Reps. Stearns and Shuler, stating in part,
“While some have suggested this legislation would endanger public
safety, our experience suggests the opposite. Individuals with concealed carry
permits from our states have proven to be more law-abiding than
non-licensees, and in many instances have been able to defend themselves
and others effectively from criminal attack. Many of our states also
have laws recognizing out-of-state permits, and people carrying
concealed handguns under those laws have done so without any unusual
problems.”

Read more at Ammoland.com : http://www.ammoland.com/2012/0 ...

so, 2 to 1 want the law.

nee ner nee ner
joey

Maringouin, LA

#4 Dec 4, 2012
look at what states these aholes are representing!they have high crime rates and most of these idiots dont woant to see that its people that are criminals doing the crimes?people that get permits are registered and all that apply dont meet requirements to get a permit!these people are law abiding citizens wanting to protect themselves from thugs!these 10 aholes never realize that the thugs have weapons and they damn sure dont register them much less ask for a permit?i dont know all of the 10 but i will bet that new york,pa,calif are in this!most yankee states would be in the rest?i forgot that ahole harry reid may have brow beaten nevada ag also!no matter for i hope all these 10 attorney generals ass holes grow together?
Dan

Washington, DC

#5 Dec 5, 2012
Dr Freud wrote:
<quoted text>
Correction: Should be 'treasonous.'
But aside from that, there should never, ever be any kind of 'permit' required to carry a gun anywhere.
That's right you should be able to carry it regardless

“O'er the land of the free ? ”

Since: Jan 09

Don't Tread On Me

#6 Dec 5, 2012
ZigmunnDroid wrote:
Hmm, let me see. We have the Feds regulating reciprocity for something as dangerous as a drivers license. Looks like they can regulate a concealed license from state to state.
I wonder what these AG's fear from law abiding concealed guns permit holders?
I would like to know. We can bottle it, wrap it up in a six pack and use it to scare these anti rights AG's out of office.
We could call it beverages for bozos on their way to look for a new job.
They certainly are worthless at their jobs now.
Hey, I wonder if the other 40 AG's are advocating for this law?
Well, at least 22 are.
"Recently, the Attorneys General of 22 states and the territory of Guam wrote a letter of support for H.R. 822 to Reps. Stearns and Shuler, stating in part,
“While some have suggested this legislation would endanger public
safety, our experience suggests the opposite. Individuals with concealed carry
permits from our states have proven to be more law-abiding than
non-licensees, and in many instances have been able to defend themselves
and others effectively from criminal attack. Many of our states also
have laws recognizing out-of-state permits, and people carrying
concealed handguns under those laws have done so without any unusual
problems.”
Read more at Ammoland.com : http://www.ammoland.com/2012/0 ...
so, 2 to 1 want the law.
nee ner nee ner
Driod , while I appreciate your feelings on the matter I must point out that a permit to exercise Constitutional rights is the first step to control or out right ban.

We should not have States recognizing permits issued out of state permits but recognizing the Constitutional rights of the people to carry across the land.

Any compromise on this issue is a step backward for liberty as defined in our Constitution.

Feds regulating reciprocity for a drivers license could easily be backed up by the Commerce clause but by what right does the Congress have the authority to regulate what a peoples right when stated in the bill of rights "shall not be infringed".

I do not see the fight being over unless all states and territory's have Constitutional Carry.

Do we , as Americans, have a right if that right is to be regulated to the point that the right no longer exists.

Is not Congress by passing this law of reciprocity not codifying that the people themselves do not have the right to arms in spite of the 2nd , 10th and 14th Amendments ?

“Now thats a tin hat!”

Since: Oct 07

Blue Ridge Mountains

#7 Dec 5, 2012
Where Is My America wrote:
<quoted text>Driod , while I appreciate your feelings on the matter I must point out that a permit to exercise Constitutional rights is the first step to control or out right ban.
We should not have States recognizing permits issued out of state permits but recognizing the Constitutional rights of the people to carry across the land.
Any compromise on this issue is a step backward for liberty as defined in our Constitution.
Feds regulating reciprocity for a drivers license could easily be backed up by the Commerce clause but by what right does the Congress have the authority to regulate what a peoples right when stated in the bill of rights "shall not be infringed".
I do not see the fight being over unless all states and territory's have Constitutional Carry.
Do we , as Americans, have a right if that right is to be regulated to the point that the right no longer exists.
Is not Congress by passing this law of reciprocity not codifying that the people themselves do not have the right to arms in spite of the 2nd , 10th and 14th Amendments ?
Oh heck, I agree that we should not need any permit to exercise any right.

I also believe we have 50 years of de programming to do thanks to liberal education and liberal news.

As more and more people "legally" exercise the right to bear arms, as more and more people see that more guns does equal less crime, then they will be less ignorant when it comes to bearing arms.

To me, this is a necessary evil to help the brain dead fools who think gun control somehow helps keep anyone safe.

Baby steps. And some states are recognizing that.

It will take a while to deprogram the masses from the dangeorus attitudes fostered by a liberal elite, spread by a liberal media, who have great fear of law abiding armed citizens.

“O'er the land of the free ? ”

Since: Jan 09

Don't Tread On Me

#8 Dec 5, 2012
ZigmunnDroid wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh heck, I agree that we should not need any permit to exercise any right.
I also believe we have 50 years of de programming to do thanks to liberal education and liberal news.
As more and more people "legally" exercise the right to bear arms, as more and more people see that more guns does equal less crime, then they will be less ignorant when it comes to bearing arms.
To me, this is a necessary evil to help the brain dead fools who think gun control somehow helps keep anyone safe.
Baby steps. And some states are recognizing that.
It will take a while to deprogram the masses from the dangeorus attitudes fostered by a liberal elite, spread by a liberal media, who have great fear of law abiding armed citizens.
Well said.

I just do not have 50 years to give.

Looking at the legalization of pot , your time line is correct.

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