Skip to comments.Constitutional Carry under attack from Republicans (NH)
Posted on 05/02/2012 12:38:29 PM PDT by neverdem
This is it!
The Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote on Constitutional Carry on Thursday, April 26th!
Unfortunately the lying politicians in Concord are ready to follow through with their threats to kill Constitutional Carry.
Inside sources are now saying that the next scheduled vote on HB-536 is only a part of a scheme to kill it.
Yep, thats right.
Despite SIGNED pledges to support and pass Constitutional Carry from a majority of the Senate Republican Senator Peter Bragdon is still leading the anti-gun crusade at the capitol.
Hes even ready to take a page out of former Obama chief of staff Rahm Emanuels playbook by not letting a serious crisis go to waste.
This time they found the excuse they were looking for to block Constitutional Carry in the tragic killing of a local police chief.
Sadly, law-abiding gun owners will be viewed as a scapegoat for this.
There is absolutely NO excuse for politicizing such a tragedy the way flaming anti-gun liberals such as Mayor Michael Bloomberg do on a regular basis.
This is just the latest in a long list of actions by supposedly pro-gun New Hampshire politicians treating gun owners like criminals.
Earlier this year the very same RINO Senators voted to kill HB-194, which would have repealed the ban on loaded weapons in vehicles, and HB-334, which would have strengthened firearm preemption laws.
Despite A STRONG, PRO-GUN MAJORITY of the State Senate publicly committing to support the bill, they are prepared to put the last nail in the coffin of your gun rights.
That is unless you and I crank up the pressure right now!
Call Senator Bragdon at 603-271-2111. Demand that he quit conspiring against gun owners to kill Constitutional Carry.
Then when you are done, call the Senate Judiciary Committee...
(Excerpt) Read more at nationalgunrights.org ...
Republican Senator Peter Bragdon would be a good VP for Romney.
Or, maybe, does he have a law background?
Meybe, he is saving him for a SCJ appointment?
“...scheduled to vote on Constitutional Carry on Thursday, April 26th!”
Today’s May 2nd; what happened with that scheduled vote?
I didn’t catch any more stories. I don’t live there.
This article is a bit behind the times, considering that April 26 was last week...
This shows a senate floor date of today, May 2, and it was referred out of committee on April 27 as ought-to-pass as amended, and the amendment incorporated the conditions under federal law which prohibit someone from owning a firearm in the first place - a pointless feel-good amendment, but that was apparently what it took to get the OTP.
nside sources are now saying that the next scheduled vote on HB-536 is only a part of a scheme to kill it.
What's the scheme? An attempt to vote to kill the bill? Amend it with poison pills? What? Usually a scheme to kill a bill is not even having it up for a vote.
I can’t find anything current on Google about it, but I’ll nose around a bit more. My friends in NH don’t know what happened, either.
I don’t know who the heck these “National Association for Gun Rights” guys even are, and I’ve been involved in New Hampshire firearms activism for about 8 years now, including a stint on the board of GO-NH.
Here it is:
I know NRA, GOA, the very underrated SAF, along with the several Michigan groups, but all I know about "Natl Assoc for Gun Rights" is some internet mouth running and I'm frankly not impressed.
A lot of groups use boys who cry wolf to raise money. They remind me of that. I hope I'm wrong.
This is not surprising as the Republicans have always been about being liked by the party of Slavery ,Socialism & Sodomy & will piss their pants on command if even threatened with harsh words from the Democrats. The only real exception to this that I have seen in the last 20 years is Allen West & the Democrats are working to destroy him while the GOP elites sit around & beat their puds.
The NRA-ILA website has not been ffriendly to my computer since its last reconfiguration.
I scan the NAGR website infrequently.http://guns.alltop.com/ is how I found today's NRA-ILA story.
There's still some awfully pretty scenery, and some really neat people thereabouts. But the Boston axis influence is just too much to overcome, and I'm right happy with Wyoming.