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OT-The gunless future of California.

[img]images/icons/tongue.gif[/img] Didja notice yesterday on the TV news when the mayor of LA got on and talked about the shooting at the El Al ticket counter the FIRST THING he said was: "There are too many guns in the hands of 'people'! We HAVE to get these guns away from 'people'." PEOPLE, folks means the CITIZENS of CA. The law-adiding ones; since they will be the only ones giving up any guns. Remember that you heard it here first:.......CALIFORNIA WILL BE THE FIRST "GUNLESS" STATE IN THE U.S......except for the Mexican gangs of course.....; the pair of commie liberal senators from CA are working hard to make it so, and YOUR state will be next.[img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img] Send TONS of dough to the NRA; they are the ONLY ones who can save the Second Amendment for the rest of us. Just consider CA a write-off.[img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img] GUN CONFISCATION is just ONE of the reasons we got the h#ll out of that homo-controlled liberal craphole.[img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img][img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]
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Re: OT-The gunless future of California.

Hummm...

1. Remove GOD from schools... and let the little skulls filled with mush believe in nothing.
2. Emasculate the little male minds filled with mush and fill their heads with effeminate ideas.
3. Remove weapons so that free men canít defend themselves or their families.
4. Restrict travel by telling the populace what they can and canít buy.

When will it end?

Iím saddened to thing it wonít as the California population is marching like a lamb to the slaughter. I just hope they wake up and throw the CA bumís outta office.

Itís time for the ďbums rushĒ to be applied.
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<font face="Comic Sans MS">It is *ridiculous* how socialistic it is out there. I don't even have to have lived there to find that out. Just need to check out the wackos they seem to be electing... [img]images/icons/mad.gif[/img]

Congratulations on getting yourself out of there Dave... [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] Unfortunately you couldn't have taken the rest of the non wackos out of there too, then it'd be a simple matter of pushing it into the ocean... [img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]

Need to find a way to get the *people* to see hey if I have a weapon or those around me have them and are trained in the laws, their use, and some tactics, I'll be a heck of a lot safer even just due to the deterrant factor of people being able to have concealed weapons... Instead we have a bunch of sheep posing as people living out their pathetic lives based on what people tell them not on common sense... [img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img]</font>
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Speaking as somebody who was California born and raised (by sensible Chicago-refugees thank The Diety Of Your Choice):

That place scares the bejeezes out of me. Too bad they have such great wheeling there. Much of what we are hearing sounds remarkably like the what Hitler started in the late 30's. He did it to save the children and ensure public safety, popular rhetoric eh? While there doesn't seem to be a particular group that's being persectued this time around some of the similarities are astonishing:

Nazi Weapons Act of 1938 (Translated to English)
Classified guns for "sporting purposes".
All citizens who wished to purchase firearms had to register with the Nazi officials and have a background check.
Presumed German citizens were hostile and thereby exempted Naziís from the gun control law.
Gave Naziís unrestricted power to decide what kinds of firearms could, or could not be owned by private persons.
The types of ammunition that were legal were subject to control by bureaucrats.
Juveniles under 18 years could not buy firearms and ammunition.18

United States Gun Control Act of 1968
Introduced term "sporting purpose"
Exempted government entities from the controls, which applied to law-abiding citizens.
Age restrictions of 18 years and 21 years were applied to anyone who wished to purchase firearms and ammunition.
Authorized the Secretary of the Treasury to decide what firearms could or could not be owned by private persons.
The types of ammunition that were legal were subject to control by bureaucrats.
Age restriction of 18 years and 21 years were applied to anyone who wished to purchase firearms and ammunition. (The above comparative information was provided to us by the Jews For the Preservation of Firearms Ownership. It can be read in Gun Control, Gateway to Tyranny by Aaron Zelman).

And don't even get me started on their smog laws/regs.
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[img]images/icons/tongue.gif[/img] I had a "Social Concerns" ministry for about eight years; that's where you grab the pulpit in any church that will have you and try to warn the folks about what's happening. The response was usually: "It can't be THAT bad!".....or maybe....."Well that's probably a long ways off." Like the fire is in the basement and we are on the fourteenth floor. Well, NOW the fire has reached to ALL floors, and a few of the churches have finally awakened to realize that the homosexual agenda is FIRMLY in place in the schools by state law. And STILL they won't come right out and say: "Don't send any more homosexual-funded-and-controlled-democrats to the statehouse." It's really sad, because as you well know: "It rains on the JUST and on the UNJUST. When God swacks California, a lot of good folks are going to be in the "colatteral damage" zone.[img]images/icons/tongue.gif[/img] The typical response to the prospect of getting out of CA is usually: "But the WEATHER is so nice here!"[img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] OOOOOOOkayyy![img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]
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I hope that this fails. I would think about moving if they try to take my guns away. We do have one advantage living in Wisconsin, we have to many deer, now we have CWD. Our state wants to kill all the deer, in a few areas in hopes that this will slow down the spread of CWD. So for now they need us with our hunting skills and our shooting skills to help bail them out. This is just one thing that us hunters do that help everybody out. If they take our guns away then they will go after something else.
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In the past couple of years Michigan made it legal for just about anyone to get a concealed weapons permit (if that individual pasted all the normal screening and what not). All somebody had to do was take the CCW Course, get fingerprinted and fill out the proper papers and wait for the permit to come. Then the liberals where coming in by the hundreds fighting to overturn our new CCW laws. No one could figure out where they were coming up with the firepower to overturn these laws. After some investigation by the NRA and the MCORGO.org (Michigan coalition of responsible gun owners) they found that all the money to fight these laws were coming from Minority and Liberal groups from ........................

CALIFORNIA!!!!!

What the hell should they have to do with my state?!?!
After they were discovered the press on the issue quickly dropped.

And what is this I hear on the news that some court in San Fran found the PLEDGE of ALIGENCE to be unconstitutional!!!!


What is going on!?!
People, just keep praying, I know that is the best weapon we have in this world.

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Dave .

We ( some of us [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] ) just got hosed bigtime here in Canada with a National gun registry . I realize it only tags the honest folk who have guns and still leaves the criminal types alone . Which makes absolutely no sense to me . It was like a $ 25.00 reg fee and just another big tax ripoff from the working stiff . Forgive my ignorance on the subject but arent your gun laws in the US governed Federally or is a State thing ? I imagine the people trying to do that are the same bunch of dummies who want our 4x4`s to be only ON the road and not off ? The big group who sits in thier Yuppie apartments and have never actually been out of the city [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] .


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That is why I am in Virginia. Anyone who has not been convicted of a Felony or Domestic A&amp;B can own a gun. Not to mention get a concealed carry permit. It is ok to own certain machine guns, cannons, mortars, etc (for historical purposes). You can walk down the street with a gun on your side as long as it is in plain view. As a matter of fact I think that VA is one of the few states that extends its concealed carry privileges to permit holders and off duty law enforcement of a selection of other states as well. The NRA has done a good job of educating in this state, just hope that they can reach the others before its too late.
I think its time for California to wake up. "One nation under <censored> and <censored> and probation for all."

not on my watch
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actually, it was good that the two El Al guards were armed, otherwise the crazy Egyptian woulda got off more rounds.

Also I read that gunman was enraged by his upstairs neighbor hanging huge Marine Corps and American flags from his balconey. Glad to hear the gunman is dead.
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