Skip to comments.MI:Hundreds gather for pro-gun rally at state Capitol
Posted on 03/20/2013 7:47:19 PM PDT by marktwain
Hundreds of people came to the state Capitol today to voice their support for pro-gun legislation.
Many openly carried firearms, which is allowed in and around the Capitol building.
Jim Gulliksen is with the Michigan Militia Corps of Wolverines.
He says hes happy that state lawmakers have taken up a number of pro-gun bills recently.
Lansing has shown some trends lately to reduce some of the restrictions, as far as like the pistol purchase permit and some of the controls on where you can carry weapons. We do like to see that.
There are several gun-related bills in the Michigan Legislature. Very few have moved out of committee so far this year.
Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville says things like road funding and other budget issues are more pressing.
You go gal up front wearing the old Army field jacket and I’ll bet those black boots are spit shined. You look ready to kick ass and take names with that assault weapon.
I’ll bet the Lansing mayor (Virg Bernero) was hiding under his desk
“Hundreds”? That needs to read thousands and then millions. We all need to get on the band wagon and put these gun grabbers back to where they can NO LONGER touch our 2nd Ammendment rights. PERIOD!
it’s hard to rally in big numbers during the week as most pro-gun people work for a living- unlike any lefty rally where they pay people to show up.
Glad to see that you are on board with organizing these events, showing up, and getting in the anti-freedom, statists faces.
Yeah. Your whining about normal people realizing the State Police were required to keep the commie agenda "Occupy" morons under control but NOT needed to keep orderly and peaceful armed citizens under control.
Calm and orderly Armed Citizens
uncontrolled commie protesters...
with the typical results...
Speaking of union thugs. 7 more days till the law takes full effect.
Also Rick Snyder will be on with Cavuto today.
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