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Obama signs gun law


These reforms demonstrate that, although Congress is not interested in banning guns, or in banning gun owners based on secret blacklists, Congress and the president can work together to enact common-sense reforms.

9 Responses to “Obama signs gun law”

  1. Ron W Says:

    But remember, Obama has ” a phone and a pen” with which he has already showed that he will refuse to enforce or violate laws.

  2. Robert17 Says:

    All of this continuous BS regarding gun laws, registrations, background checks, etc. hmmmmmm. Not to give away any great secrets, but the pablum news of 100MM guns purchases since BarryO took a seat at the adult table pales in comparison to the number of guns that have been caringly handed down through the generations as a legacy of families. Registration? Yeah, like that’s gonna happen. My father, a WWII infantry vet (I have a German surrender battle flag I’ll pass down) trained me, I trained my son, we’re both training his, and as far as the record books are concerned, between us all, there are 3 weapons. Ha! Keep the powder dry. Freedom for all.

  3. Ron W Says:

    Robert17, Registration? It’s called “universal background checks”. How do they enforce that without violating the 4th and 5th Amendments? Obama just came out Sunday night and called for gutting the 5th Amendment with the “no fly list” . It’s done by SECRET DECREE and would be used to deny 2nd Amendment rights WITHOUT DUE PROCESS OF LAW which is guaranteed by the 5th Amendment. And “useful idiots” think this guy is a liberal. Ha!!

  4. Geoff Says:

    obama had to take the bad (for him, the gun stuff) with the good (the entire NDAA) because the NDAA allows him to arrest and detain Americans indefinitely for no reason at all. With no due process. Without even charges.
    Welcome to the continuation of tyranny.

  5. Geoff Says:

    Just like he signed the law allowing guns in National Parks. That was attached to legislation he wanted, again the bad him with the good.
    It was the Credit Card Act of 2009.

  6. MAJMike Says:

    Ron W states an ugly truth. Even worse are those of us who have concealed carry licenses. The CCL, alone, marks where firearms may be found. Our only option to resist if the SHTF on governmental confiscation.

  7. bubbaearle Says:

    A CCL is an infringement on the 2nd Amendment in that it is a de facto tax on a Constitutional right. It is supposed to defray costs of processing the background checks and such but it is a tax that funds a registration mechanism.

    I’d care to bet that any state that waives the fees would see a huge increase in the number of permit applications. I’d care to bet that there are a huge number of poor folks that need a CCL but can’t afford it due to low income.

    If you can buy a gun you have proven yourself to pass a background check – why must the state require a fee to do the same background check. If you have a CCL then NICS allows an automatic proceed, correct?

  8. Ron W Says:

    bubbaearle, you are correct! A right is NOT subject to any prior restraint. It is UNLAWFUL for the government, federal or State, to require a permit, license, payment etc. in order to exercise a right.

  9. Ron W Says:

    BTW, Tomorrow is Bill of Rights Day:

Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.

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