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The future of the gun rights movement

An open thread. I think the only thing that is a certainty are supreme court picks. Everything else depends on a Republican congress that usually ignores gun owners once elected.

4 Responses to “The future of the gun rights movement”

  1. FiftycalTX Says:

    With the possibility of a nationwide carry law, there needs to be some carrot and stick action to force the slave states to recognize that their ludicrous mag limits, ammo bans, “safe” gun lists and other hair-brained anti-gun state laws don’t apply to citizens of the free world. Maybe putting a statement in the reconciliation bill that they lose fed road funding if they try to enforce those laws on outsiders.

  2. Jim Says:

    Is there a bag limit on elected representatives?

  3. Huck Says:

    “Is there a bag limit on elected representatives?”

    I wish. Hell, I’d settle for a limit of one per applicant.

    I’m of the opinion that ALL politicians, no matter what party they’re affiliated with, even “independants”, are traitors and crooks. I also believe that if every damn one of them stretched a rope or stopped a bullet it would solve the vast majority of this country’s woes. The same applies to the so-called media.

  4. Jonathan Says:

    And it depends on Trumpster Fire not reverting back to his life-long NYC Democrat tendencies.

    We shall see.