Skip to comments.“Stand Up! Step Up! Speak Up, Dammit!”
Posted on 01/27/2013 9:56:49 AM PST by Daffynition
Some of testimony already submitted for Monday’s Task Force Hearing on gun violence is now online. You may read it here. There are only about 170 there so far, and it’s a mix of pro and anti gun control. Unless every other gun owner in the state plans on attending the hearing Monday in person, there should be several hundred thousand more in support of our rights then I see there, Again I remind you to “Stand Up! Step Up! Speak Up, Dammit!”.
This might be the only chance you get to make your voice heard. Just to remind you, there are already over 60 bills working their way through Hartford, and all but a handful will restrict your rights to own and shoot your gun. Even if the only gun you own is a revolver, or a double barrel shotgun, you WILL be effected as well. Here’s a reminder of just some of the proposed laws:
If you can’t attend the hearing Monday, at least email your thoughts to the Task Force. If you need help or suggestions with your testimony, see our tip sheet for some helpful hints.
For past posts on this subject, click here.
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Until the secret ConCon in Phila of the 1770s, we had such a government called the Articles of Confederation...the ConCon successfully, in effect, deep-sixed the good constitution for one full of holes that was, by stages, overtaken by the lefties, commies, call’em what you will.
And... it has taken us (y’all) all this time to finally see the light.
Shades of dishonest abe!
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