Skip to comments.NH HB 208 seeks to create disarmed victim zones at NH Schools
Posted on 01/21/2005 6:57:44 AM PST by buckmeisterq
This bill that amends current NH law to exlude lawfully possessed firearms from school zones has been put together by the notoriously anti-American and anti-LEO Hampton Police Chief and his murderous cohorts in the NH Chiefs of Police Association. It is scheduled to be voted on in committee on 1/25/05.
You can contact the 3 sponsors based on the links below:
Rep. Michael O'Neil, Hampton;
Rep. George D. Winchell, Atkinson;
Rep. Joseph E Stone, Candia.
One person who contacted Rep. O'Neil was told that Mr. O'Neil really didn't know what was in the bill, and that the NH COPA had written it. Ah, the bliss of sponsoring bills that you are wholly ignorant of.
When everyone realizes that ALL of the alleged "Policeman's" Association are just a anti-Second Amendment fronts THEN and ONLY then will crime reduce. Up and until then we continue to be at the mercy of the criminals and these jack-booted thugs.
All this bill will do is disarm the good guys who would be present to defend against the bad guys who by definition will not show up unarmed to do harm.
I will talk to George Winchell as I am a long time friend and will let him know that we are on the side of the second ammendment and will be following this.
HB-98 was heard on the same day by that commmittee, which makes an adjustment to the NH law to allow for CCW license holders in NH to be exempt from the federal Safe Schools Act criminal charges.
Get in touch with Sam Cohen on the GONH Legislative Liason committee for details.
Mvpel- thanks for the reassurance! I didn't think this had much of a chance, but it is hard to believe this stuff still comes up.
Maybe someday politicians who keep pushing for meaningless fuzzy-headed feel-good mush will be tarred, feathered, and impeached. Ah... utopia, the unrealizeable dream.
One of these days I'll make that GONH monthly meeting, I keep telling myself that I'll go but family stuff takes priority.
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