In light of the bs we are facing, I want to share with you a thought that I have been kicking around. In November Oregon and Colorado both flipped-off our overlords in Washington by legalizing marijuana. I suggest we start the same type of state level effort to protect our arms. Febs pass an “assault weapon ban”, Utah passes a state wide referendum legalizing the sale, possession and manufactor of modern sporting rifles and tells the the Febs to FOAD.
It would never work for those of you in idiot states, but then you should be voting with your feet.
We need Governors and County Sheriffs to step up and assert their Constitutional oaths and powers. Sheriffs are the supreme elected officials in their counties and Federal agents need their permission to do anything official in their counties. Sheriffs can also deputize their armed citizens which is how the militia is organized at its most local level in accordance with the 10th Amendment. Re: the militia, the Federal government only has “delegated powers” over “such part of the militia which is called into service and EMPLOYED” (Article I, Section 8.16)
Funny thing. Aren’t they under a Federal Court Order to come up with a Law that REMOVES Gun Restrictions? Do they really think Pissing Off a Fed Judge that has already ruled Against them will help them if they Appeal to SCOTUS? Which, BTW already told them in McDonald vs. Chicago to Knock It Off?
It would be nice to see that Judge order a Contempt of Court Order, issue a few Bench Warrants, and have the U.S. Marshals give Rahmbo and Quinn a Perp Walk….
They are trying another end run with a previously passed Senate bill in the ILGA House. SB2899. Committee meeting scheduled tomorrow night. IF you want to hear pure unadulterated stupid from the anti’s listen in as they stream over the web.
After the 7th circuit court decision they allowed 180 days for the ILGA to pass a law for CCW, since it;s only taking two days to propose these traitorous travesties of justice I think the decision should be revisited and allow them a week at the most for the new CCW law.