Skip to comments.Congressman Terry concern on gun control measures
Posted on 01/16/2013 9:22:00 AM PST by Tailgunner Joe
As President Obama takes steps to reduce gun violence there is a chance he could use executive action and bypass the involvement of Congress. Nebraskas 2nd District Congressman Lee Terry says this violates the process of the issue being addressed by elected representatives in the House and Senate. He says if both chambers decide that plan doesnt work that is not a green light for the President to go ahead and do it.
Congressman Terry says any steps that have been taken to counter gun control regulations have been blocked by Attorney General Eric Holder who is against guns owned by private citizens and would take them away personally if he could.
“...Congressman Terry says any steps that have been taken to counter gun control regulations have been blocked by Attorney General Eric Holder who is against guns owned by private citizens and would take them away personally if he could....”
This is what it is about. DISARMING THE LAW-ABIDING AMERICAN CITIZEN. It has never been about anything else. Obama and Holder are communists — wannabe DICTATORS who are urinating on the Constitution and should be IMPEACHED FOR IT !!!!
BASTARDS!! When will the Congress stand up and be counted as being in SUPPORT OF THE CONSTITUTION and against these law breaking, anti-American RADICAL dictators???
Lee Terry was campaigning door to door in our neighborhood shortly before the Nov. election. We told him we had already voted for him, and he still stayed and chatted with us for awhile. He asked us what were our concerns, and what did we expect from a Congressman.
I wish Adrian Smith would make a similar kind of statement. I contacted his office with my concerns. All I heard back was crickets.
Hey- Remember Lend-Lease Arms and Munitions, in 1941 WW2 to help Brits fight against a dictator?
Since Lend-Lease is legal, it should be legal to “Lend-Lease Arms, including rifles and Ammunition to anyone to fight against a dictator anywhere.
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