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.
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“Paging Mr. Henry Bowman. Paging Mr. Henry Bowman. Pick up the nearest white courtesy telephone. Paging Mr. Henry Bowman.”
So what are CT gun owners going to do? Just run and buy whatever they can like whipped p*ssies? Then what??? Whine and whimper in the corner?
Meanwhile criminals went on with their normal routines knowing this won't affect them at all.
a) Up until now, one did not require any type of paperwork for a private sale of a long gun, only handguns.
b) Up until now, anyone can trade their long guns for any merchandise they choose with no need for paperwork.
c) I suspect that most owners of long guns in question have already traded their "at risk" long guns for farm equipemnt, table saws, and the like.
d) They would need an awful lot of item-specifiic Search Warrants to prove these people wrong.
Well pretty much everyone in the state is a criminal now.
Depends on which end of the barrel you are on.
“...gun grabbers in all these states. Put FEAR into them...”
They will take one state at a time, secure it, then Your turn is next.
far Too many people willing to comply...Too much to loose, so they think.
That is why German people looked the other way..........
Just make sure all of your guns are undocumented.What the state doesn’t know won’t hurt it or yourself.
After they finish their final run on ammunition the good, decent, honest citizens of Connecticut should stage a run on tar and feathers - and then put them to good use!
Needs more “Battle of Athens”.
The most common remark I have heard in the time I have spent in CT. has been, “when I retire I’m out of here!” “This place is nuts.”
We’re running out of places to run to. We’re gonna need to stand and fight at some point.
Isn’t going to be any easier tomorrow.
If we wait until our “Warsaw ghetto” moment, it will be FAR too late.
The Pre-Civil War II phase.
We have gone from individuals selling their birthright and freedom for a bowl of Governmentent stew to a entire State. When us few that continue to value our freedom are gone [died], we will take the leech and parasite class with us. Who will support them? The Government is not and they cannot support themselves. The Governmental ruling class will enjoy themselves,but the leech and parasite class will not be enjoying it at all. They will be starving to death.
Heh. I think we know the answer to that one. Look for Obama's Black and Tans at a SEIU meeting hall soon.
Only this time it won’t be like Bull Run— it will be more like El Salvador.
“Too many people willing to comply.”
Until the politicians order their thugs to murder other Americans to enforce their will. Then the hunting of the traitors and their enablers will begin. It will be an ugly war and that is what’s coming. The large city enclaves of the libs will be the trigger — the question is what state the opening shots will come. Will it be CO, CT, NY, MD, or other?
I think it won’t happen this way, because the enemy will use a proxy to carryout the treachery.
Unless, they are truely stupid.