Skip to comments.Connecticut gun ban signifies ‘new phase in history’
Posted on 04/03/2013 9:51:05 AM PDT by Nachum
They tried to hide it, but we got access to it, Rich Burgess, President of Connecticut Carry, wrote last night in an email to supporters. Good to leak their plans far and wide, even though there is nothing likely to stop it at this point."
This is the working draft of the legislation that is to be voted on and signed into law tomorrow in Connecticut, Burgess explained. We are about to enter a new phase in history here.
Hes right, and that realization is reflected by a CBS News report that Customers packed gun stores around Connecticut on Tuesday ahead of a vote expected to bring sweeping changes to the state's gun control laws, including a ban on the sale of large-capacity ammunition magazines like the ones used in the Newtown shooting and a new classification for more than 100 types of guns as banned assault weapons.
(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...
-Comin fer yer guns
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Expect massive non-compliance. And a few law suits.
Do-gooders...Ya don’t have to love ‘em.
They’re coming for your guns CT. After you give them up, what they do to next is your own damn fault, because you will not be able to fight back. Enjoy your socialist hell.
Lawsuits do not worry them because they own the courts.
They have both these avenues covered. So what else remains?
Sue the hell out of them for violating the 2nd ammendment.
Then ignore them.
Problem with it is is they will get YOU when you twart and attack against you...one at a time...
When do we make this end? When is it enough???
taking via regulation.
sad sad sad for an original 13 state.
I just scanned through the bill linked in the article. Yup. Sound like just what the doctor ordered. Only one glaring problem for the asshats in the nutbag states legislature. Didn’t happen to see ANYTHING that would have stopped little adam lanza (new poster villain for HCI) anyplace in the entire package. Maybe I missed something. Kind of like the “Just teach men not to rape.” “Teach nutbags not to go on rampages.” There. That ought to do it. The level of stupidity of the American public far exceeds my expectations again. While we, the law abiding victims, are the ones who suffer these intrusions on our God given rights. Not government “granted” rights.
who decides? a judge who hates people helping themselves.
While they are at it, they should make Murder illegal. That would fix it.
Massive civil disobedience would seem to be the order of the day. The laws in CT (and every other state) which infringe RKBA should be flaunted, laughed at, and violated with great abandon. All of them. We need to become a nation of Scofflaws.
What would Michael Collins do?
If history is any indication, that phase would properly be termed "pre-revolutionary".
This is just a “what if” thought that I had...
Just what if all of the FFL’s in Connecticut got together and
decided that they did not want to be bothered with participating
in performing background checks for private party transactions?
What is there in the law that would “force” them
to perform business transactions against their will?
What would such action do to the law-makers forced registration plans?
Guerrilla war. Gun grabbers can die. Ask how well we've subdued Afghanistan or Iraq (or how we failed in Viet Nam).
The gun grabbers — their willing fellow travelers in the political, judicial, LEO, and media classes — all live among us. In this age of information, they can be hunted down. Remember how the staff of the NY periodical screamed after they published all the CCW permit holders in the two Long Island counties when of their personal information was posted on the Internet?
Do the same to the gun grabbers in all these states. Put FEAR into them. Make them fear something will happen to them or their families. Make them constantly live looking at everyone as a potential assassin. Make them feel hunted like the vermin they are.
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