Wednesday, February 20, 2013

So my state and Texas, as well as Missouri, are moving on measures telling the feds

to piss off.
Guns and ammunition made in Oklahoma would not be subject to federal laws or regulations under a bill that has been approved by a House panel.

The so-called Firearms Freedom Act was one of two of gun bills passed Wednesday by the House Public Safety Committee. Another bill that sailed through the committee would allow private schools to develop their own rules and regulations on whether teachers and visitors to the school could be armed.

Toth’s proposal would create a Class A misdemeanor for police officers enforcing any new federal gun regulations. It also would establish cause for the state attorney general to sue anyone who seeks to enforce new federal gun regulations. It is one of several states-rights measures being offered by conservative state lawmakers nationwide in response to federal gun control proposals.

Rep. Mike Leara said Tuesday that he considers his bill a statement of principle. It would make lawmakers guilty of a felony punishable by up to four years in prison if they introduce legislation restricting gun rights.

Add these to other states who've passed or are considering similar laws, and I do believe a message is being sent.
As to whether the clowns in Sodom on the Potomac hear and understand it, that's another matter.

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