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The Left's Gun Grab is about a POWER grab and people must die for that power; read below

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by tkdguy, Dec 14, 2015.

  1. tkdguy

    tkdguy Portland, Oregon Silver Supporter Silver Supporter

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  2. David Bowman

    David Bowman Beaverton OR Archer Defense Concepts

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    They simply don't have the manpower to come and get them all; and the manpower that would come and get them is simply and plainly outnumbered.

    Going door to door to get them is a suicide mission.
     
  3. etrain16

    etrain16 Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    It would appear the numbers speak against their position. The rapidly increasing numbers of gun owners and CC holders is evidence of the fact that the MSM, Obama and the other politicians, such as many in the Oregon legislature, are completely out of touch with the sentiments of the American people.
     
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  4. PaulB47

    PaulB47 Hillsboro Well-Known Member

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    "...politicians, such as many in the Oregon legislature, are completely out of touch with the sentiments of the American people."

    Nothing new there.
     
  5. Medic!

    Medic! What just happened? Has eagle eyes. But cant remember what he saw. Bronze Supporter

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    The Lefties are just mad that more people are grabbing guns off the shelf.
    Then they can grab with there nonsense! :D
     
  6. Hayshaker

    Hayshaker Irrigon Active Member

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    Totally agree;but they are MUCH smarter then the general population.
    Probably what would happen is they would make an example at several different locations and people hoping to scare the general population into turning their guns in or registering them.
    Of course the first to obey would be felons/gangbangers who would stand in line for hours just to be law abiding upright citizens.;);)
     
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  7. RicInOR

    RicInOR Washington County Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    my position was like this one ...


    ... but as I think about Germany in the between war period (Before Hitler) out of desperation an entire country pivoted on their rights. When a nation has been vanquished, what was is no more.

    Likewise in the USA, the South in the post war period, in fact if people had not be honoring the memory of a dead president, would the outcome been worse? Would a living Lincoln have had the political power to keep the south from being raped, economically?

    After the bombing of the Boston Marathon, what gave the state of Massachusetts the right to impose an curfew on all residents? Yet they did. And it was a citizen violating that order which led to the arrest of the bomber.


    I don't see door to door confiscation as possible. I can see a ban on any transfer - with confiscation occurring upon death of the owner. I can see forced registration - would your financial records show the purchase of an FA related materials, including bullet making materials? I can see they being successful in prohibiting the possession of FA in any public spaces - Now you can't carry a gun into a bathroom in a National Park if that bathroom is a permanent fixed structure ( unless there has been some recent change that I missed - no FA in federal buildings in most cases: https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/930 )
     
  8. David Bowman

    David Bowman Beaverton OR Archer Defense Concepts

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    Certainly they could enact laws to ban transfers (but then how would you buy them in the first place?) How exactly they would be "forcing" registration I don't know. Making lead, copper, brass, etc. illegal would grind many industries to a halt (industries that contribute heavily to political campaigns would be my guess.)

    Prohibition didn't work because the people never believed in it. I think there might be something said by someone about repeating history by not learning from it. :s0002:

    But think more likely that this piece sums up how most people will act in the face of something like an illegal law or insane city ordnance.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/artic...lifornia-new-prohibition-same-totalitarianism
     
  9. misterarman

    misterarman Vancouver,Wa. USA Silver Supporter Silver Supporter

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    Their power grab has nothing to do with what the people want.
    Launching us into a civil war would be a small price to pay for them to get what they want.
     
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    etrain16 Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Except that such a move would not end up in their favor. Even they are smart enough to know that, which is why they are trying as hard as they can to disarm us. As the numbers in our favor continue to grow, their grasp on power, in the form of taking our rights away, will diminish.
     
  11. PaulB47

    PaulB47 Hillsboro Well-Known Member

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    "Now you can't carry a gun into a bathroom in a National Park if that bathroom is a permanent fixed structure..."

    Laws are only problems for people who bother to obey them.

    OK, occasionally they are problems for lawbreakers too. But mostly not. The law is enforced more by peoples' own minds than by cops, judges, etc.

    I always wonder about people who are so frantic that some bad person will pass some bad law. What, do you intend to obey it? Are you going to turn your guns in? Do us a favor and sell them to someone with a backbone.

    I'm using the word "you" in a general sense, not anyone in particular.