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Posted on 09/08/2010 1:52:10 PM PDT by broken_arrow1
Firearms in Commerce: Assessing the Need for Reform in the Federal Regulatory Process Senate Judiciary Committee Full Committee DATE: September 14, 2010 TIME: 10:00 AM ROOM: Dirksen-226
OFFICIAL HEARING NOTICE / WITNESS LIST: September 7, 2010
NOTICE OF COMMITTEE HEARING The Senate Committee on the Judiciary has scheduled a hearing entitled "Firearms in Commerce: Assessing the Need for Reform in the Federal Regulatory Process" for Tuesday, September 14, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. in Room 226 of the Dirksen Senate Office Building.
By order of the Chairman.
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Democrats to America: What rights?
I have news for them. There is no ‘commerce’ in the firearms that I own. I own them. They aren’t for sale and they are not there for the taking (easily). When I die, my children with take them; hide them if necessary. If you do not own one, or many, you are making One Big Ass Mistake, America.
I used to own a bunch of them but they were lost in a tragic boating accident in about 800 foot of water.
This is the same collection of useless freaks who gave us Soto-Mayor and Kagan. And now McCain, who sits on the Committee, has been nominated again and has nothing to control him.
I've been to a couple of sporting shows recently, I can almost assure folks, Texans won't play around.
Triple dog dare’m
Congratulations, this is only the FIFTH time this story has been posted......
I was just talking bout damn near the same thing to somebody the other day -. A really freakish boating accident....I’ll hunt it up and repost....
Here is is....
Gaffer to CPT Clay
Freakish accident, really. Was in a dingy off the coast of Montego Bay, tryin to keep it between the navigational beacons and a killer wave started to take me away from Margaritaville. Only thing I could do is to tie a rope to the ARs and use em for an anchor....damned saw-nosed shark came along and cut the rope.....I lost my ARs....and I lost my Mararitaville Buzz.....bad, bad day.
US Senate Judiciary Committee Hearings Firearms In Commerce: Assessing The Need For Reform In The Federal Regulatory Process.
Posted by Kenny Solomon (Profile)
Wednesday, September 8th at 8:38AM EDT
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Ladies and gentlemen, the time has come to put up or shut up.
No more snark, no more games, its coming.
The President Of The United States, those who own him and much more dangerous-to-freedom people and organizations than them are making their move.
Cass Sunstein, Eric Holder, Janet Napolitano and ICR2P have their hands are all over the following:
US Senate Judiciary Committee Hearings Firearms in Commerce: Assessing the Need for Reform in the Federal Regulatory Process.
Senate Judiciary Committee (Full Committee)
DATE: September 14, 2010
TIME: 10:00 AM
Members of The Senate Judiciary Committee:
Patrick Leahy, Vermont, Chairman
Herb Kohl, Wisconsin
Dianne Feinstein, California
Russ Feingold, Wisconsin
Chuck Schumer, New York
Dick Durbin, Illinois
Ben Cardin, Maryland
Sheldon Whitehouse, Rhode Island
Amy Klobuchar, Minnesota
Ted Kaufman, Delaware
Arlen Specter, Pennsylvania
Al Franken, Minnesota
Jeff Sessions, Alabama, Ranking Member
Orrin Hatch, Utah
Chuck Grassley, Iowa
Jon Kyl, Arizona
Lindsey Graham, South Carolina
John Cornyn, Texas
Tom Coburn, Oklahoma
Subcommittee On The Constitution - Chair: Russ Feingold (D-WI) - Ranking Member: Tom Coburn (R-OK)
No more snark.
No more games.
Political Analyst, T.A.S.G.
The Government role in firearms commerce must be revised to bring it into strict compliance with the Constitution.
From an originalist perspective, the citizen was never questioned as to the right to own any weapon from a cannon to a warship.
Therefore, with the possible exception of bacteriological and nuclear weapons, the Feds can have no role in regulating trade in weapons. Indeed, the Constitution restricts the Federal gooberment to assuring that no state passes taxes against trade between other states.
Now, since I have made clear the Constitutional limits upon the Feds regarding weapons, what about those surplus Warthogs ........?
Where do I go to buy one?
I think this is their reaction to Montana, Utah and the other five states that are demanding the Feds get the hell out of their intrastate commerce regarding firearms. Yep, their scared that the individual states are going to tell them to go screw themselves.
Most forget that without such commerce, one can only go so long as the equipment and supplies on hand hold out. All this “they’ll never take my guns” rhetoric is oblivious to the fact that our opponents are that smart: they’ll just fall back to siege warfare.
They cannot take what they do not have record of unless fools willing comply. The only way they can get them all is to search house-to-house, and even then they wouldn't get them all.
Way to miss my point.
Point: you cannot make modern bullets, shells, powder, nor primers. Extrapolate from there.
You’d be surprised at the stockpiles out there. Sure, the supplies would get tight, but I still maintain they have no basis to contain or control state-produced items. Look at SD where they’ve legislated that firearms produced in SD do not come under Federal law.....
(I’m not sure how to best post this..) I just want to inject some info here on the purpose of the committee meeting.. it’s an interesting read, and if I’m reading it right, the NRA supports the proposed reforms..
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