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Discussion in 'Firearm Legislation & Activism' started by rdb241, Jan 9, 2019.
House Democrats to Introduce National Universal Background Check Bill Today - The Truth About Guns
They have the votes in the House to make it happen. In times passed, I'd say it is dead in the Senate, but who knows now. To quote a former POTUS, "Elections have consequences."
Oh ... the slippery slope. Pretty soon free fall. Then government will hold all of us in its deadly iron grasp. World history. The USA is certainly not immune.
They couldn't handle making H.R. 38 happen, I put nothing past any of these slime.
HR8 requires that loans, gifts, and sales of firearms be processed by a gun store.
A clever trick in HR8 effectively bans handguns for persons 18-to20.
HR8 prohibits firearms sharing on public or private lands that have not been "designated for the purpose of target shooting."
Textual analysis of HR8, bill to "To require a background check for every firearm sale"
Beginning to smell suspiciously like the restrictions placed upon certain religious groups in NAZI GERMANY in the 1930's. We all know how that worked out.
What a bunch of azzholes!!
Yep.....history indeed. “Empires” never last much longer than 300-400 years. Human nature keeps getting in the way.
We’re getting close.
Put your headline in Google and you will be hit with 40+ articles from 40+ newspeek and social media venues dated from 18 Dec to, yesterday.
The term “PLANNING TO” doesn’t mean anything except to sell advet in the newspeek and social media land.
When will this country’s citizens grasp critical thinking skills to realize it is part of the shock and awe $$$ game played by everyone trying to push attention to themselves. Right now the Democratic group is taking hit for the shut down and losing favour across their followers...oh lookie, attentions are off that debacle and now supports can talk up lookie what they’re pushing now...yaaaa [geez, attention span of a p1ss ant]
Yo members out there in forum land, ya’al rembember Ms Feinstein’s past/current/future constant rhetoric of introducing bills each and everytime ‘something’ happens? Let’s see now, only one i recall gaining any traction through both sections of congress affected bumpstocks, now how many have you have been personally denied use of your bumpstock device which i know was used for hunting, right? The useless device was a disabled gimmick at best and turned into something to ‘play with’ around friends.
By getting all atwitter over this newspeek cr@p by forgetting this is standard modus operandi for either side of the aisle in national/state/local legislative entities and executive branch is playing right into the idiots hands!
Yes, put your head in the sand and dont pay attention to what's going on. Good plan
If you pay attention to what they WANT to do, even though it may not be realistic at the moment, you can better prepare for the future when it is. Know thy enemy and all that??
justcuz you missed the entire point of the thread.
Not sure if you are directing that at me but I’m not getting “atwitter” in the least. Fact is I try to stay off the “news” as much as possible....all of it....and Fox btw is as bad as the rest of ‘em. But my comment about human nature stands. Even great ideas, of which “America” as imagined by Jefferson, Hamilton, et al is one of the greatest, come unraveled over years, decades, generations (take your pick) due to the inherent avarice of the human race. Never fails. Anyone who thinks America is immune either doesn't understand history, hasn’t been paying attention, or both.
Did I ?
This forum now has three separate threads started on the same subject!
There are a lot of things national/state/community overseers WANT to do, but in my Feinstein example, it shows they are only shock and awe attention getting rhetoric using “PLANNING TO” “NEXT WEEK”!
I am PLANNING, er WANT to be president, eh govenor, eh maybe ...all whimsical nonsense which nobody can challenge cuz it is hyperbole.
Now, slimer13, rdb241, et al...tell me straight up what you are going/can do on innuendo rhetoric stating absolute nonsense about ”PLANNING TO” attention grabbing their rhetoric except whine on a forum, wring your hands, and say woe is us...ya didn’t think you could...
It is strictly part of the game, cuz if you knee jerk, you’ve unequivocally shown you are susceptible to their attention shock and awe scheme...
This is knowing thy enemy, their storyline rhetoric hasn’t changed one iota...same song and dance with different actors, yet you seem to think this is the first time the music has been played.
Missed the point, really now, who is missing the point?
You’re correct i did miss your point of starting three separate threads on the same subject!
Let Joe do his job. You are not the thread cop here. If you have a problem, tell Joe. Otherwise go vent some where else. Scroll on by.
You only recall "one" of her bills "gaining any traction through both sections of congress"? Well I remember one similar to the one she's pushing now, that gained enough "traction" to become law... Maybe you should look into it............... Federal Assault Weapons Ban - Wikipedia
I don't know how any gun owner would ever forget about that one, unless they were too busy trying to denigrate and belittle those who are upset about a firearm accessory being banned, just because it involved something that they didn't like or thought was a gimmick, useless device and/or only something to ‘play with’ around friends...................
Or maybe it's because they hate all firearms that are not used for hunting, as they're just a gimmick, useless and/or only something to ‘play with’ around friends...................
Is this HR 8?
The lazy writer of the article does not say which legislation.
Yes, it is HR 8. Cosponsors - H.R.8 - 116th Congress (2019-2020): To require a background check for every firearm sale.
Now I have to go back an figure out how we got to talking about the crypt keeper of the senate instead of someone in the house.
House Republicans: Rep. Peter King (R-NY), Rep. Brian Mast (R-FL), and Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ). Are supporters.