Skip to comments.Pete King bill would ban guns within 1,000 feet of lawmakers
Posted on 01/11/2011 10:16:18 AM PST by Redcloak
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You could have two guys carry a 1000' chain attached to two poles. When there's any question about the distance between the politician and the gunman somebody could blow a whistle and say, "Bring out the chains!"
Less than 100'.
Does anyone truly believe that the commission of one more crime would have deterred this lunatic? When you’ve decided to commit a crime that carries the death penalty, how can the effectiveness of creating another offense even be argued with a straight face?
Correction. Less than 300’.
So ... if I have a concealed carry license, and am legally carrying while driving my car, and a Congressman drives past me in the next lane — I’m a felon? How are legal carriers supposed to keep track of the exact location of legislators so as to know when one is venturing too close?
So Kennedy’s life would have been SAVED!
A GUN FREE ZONE...
In my view it’s because on a majority, Republicans who vote pro-gun are able to be counted on more often than Democrats who vote pro-gun.
Take for instance the USSC justices who were seated in the last 2 years. If we had more Republicans it stands to reason that we might have had more of a voice and possibly a choice in who was selected and seated.
The NRA assisted a good number of, so called, pro-gun Democrats in the last election. They gave their support to these Dems simply because of their gun votes and the fact they were incumbents, but failed to take into consideration how the Dems (pro-gun or not) would help Obama get the USSC justices he wanted without any problems or questions.
Two of the most anti-gun judges to ever sit on the USSC. So how helpful were the pro-gun Dems in helping Obama get two very anti-gun judges seated?
To me that begs the question, why should I pay the NRA to help out pro-gun Dems who will help seat the most anti-gun judges and defeat our cause?
Just imagine that if he had one more judge on the anti-gun side we would have lost the case of Heller vs. DC and the case in Chicago. The USSC would have said that the 2nd Amendment wasn’t intended for individuals and we would be even more in trouble than we are now. Just 1 vote kept those things from working against us. And the NRA helped the anti-gunners by throwing their support behind so called pro-gun Dems.
I think it makes more sense to ban politicians within 1000 feet of a gun.
Yep. This would be in direct violation of the 2nd. Amendment... like at the other nanny state gun laws.
so if a “do you know who i am” politician steps into a restaurant or store, all law abiding citizens must leave?
Wouldn’t it be a better deterrent to let it be known that all Congressmen and women will be trained in the use of personal weapons, will have a CCW permit issued to them, and may or may not be carrying a handgun for personal protection?
Get over yourself, King. I dont know of anyone that has the protection the President or those around him have. As for Congress, most of the population dont recognize most of the names in Congress; much less the people.
In other words; leave it alone.
Along with kissing Bildo Klintoon's tuckus at every opportunity including voting against Impeachment.
Yes, this is how they zone out certain businesses in NYC....1000 feet away from any school, bar, church/synagogue, hospital covers damn near all of the city....
As soon as those same high ranking officials are required to have a 1000 ft perimeter of signs announcing that they are present.
Would this be the death knell for all the gangs in DC?
How could anyone know where all lawmakers are all of the time?
Dick Cheney could not go hunting with his friends!!!!!
John Kerry could not pretend to be a hunter!!!!
I never said they should.