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    Re: The Shining City Upon a Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by progoffice View Post
    Just more laws that would apply to only law abiding citizens. This will do nothing but increase the already high demand for guns - democrats are very good at doing that. Maybe he just wants to ban the AR-14? I think liberals want to take away our guns because deep down they know they are not mentally stable enough to own one, therefore no one else should be allowed to own one either.
    Don't worry Nobody is taking your guns.
    However closing loopholes should be supported by everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsm2 View Post
    Kentucky, which has a Republican legislature and a Democratic governor, has enacted a bill to expand voting rights.
    Among its provisions are the official approval for voting centers (which is just combining some polling places so people can choose from a few places to go vote, rather than just the one in their precinct) - 17 states already do this, but the drawback to this is, there are fewer polling places!

    an online portal for absentee ballot registration (26 states already have some form of this, while ALL states allow you to request an absentee ballot by mail.). Kentucky’s law states you must have a VALID reason to request!

    and three days of early voting. - 43 states already allow some form of early voting. In Nebraska, for example, it’s 35 days as opposed to Kentucky’s 3 days. Kentucky also added a provision that upped the restrictions on who can request these ballots. Up to this point Kentucky had NO early voting laws.

    It will also require drop boxes, - Lol! - Again, Most states already have ballot boxes available to its citizens, usually at the county Clerk’s office.

    creates official recount procedures, - WTF!?! Lol! - Over half the states already have Automatic recounts when a certain threshold is met. 43 states allow requested recounts.

    allows for tax dollars to advocate for or against ballot questions - This is a bullshit provision! Most states, if using taxpayer dollars, CANNOT advocate for or against, it must be completely neutral information about the ballot question. This will most likely be abused.

    and mandates all voting machines to generate a paper trail for votes cast. - Nearly every state already requires this. It would be stupid not to have that hard copy as backup!

    What they don’t tell you about “the only red state ‘that is expanding voting rights’”, is that there’s this little provision in there that REQUIRES SOME FORM OF IDENTIFICATION TO VOTE! Ope, There it is!! Lol.

    All in all, Kentucky had some outdated voting policies, and are just trying to get on an even level with the rest of us!

    Not really big news, or surprising to most of us.
    To others, they see this as a chance to twist it into “Georgia Bad, Kentucky Good”. Lol. Even though there’s an ID requirement!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by progoffice View Post
    Just more laws that would apply to only law abiding citizens. This will do nothing but increase the already high demand for guns - democrats are very good at doing that. Maybe he just wants to ban the AR-14? I think liberals want to take away our guns because deep down they know they are not mentally stable enough to own one, therefore no one else should be allowed to own one either.
    They want to ban guns for the same reason they want the fencing and barriers up in DC!
    They know the people are sick of their shit, and they are afraid of the resistance/ revolution that may ensue.
    Look what happened at the capitol. 100,000 unarmed (except for a few) citizens came in and shut it down! Now imagine a Million or 2 million ARMED citizens doing the same thing! They would have no chance!
    They have created that atmosphere and are now panicking and fearful that an armed resistance to their bullshit may be inevitable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrohnB View Post
    They want to ban guns for the same reason they want the fencing and barriers up in DC!
    They know the people are sick of their shit, and they are afraid of the resistance/ revolution that may ensue.
    Look what happened at the capitol. 100,000 unarmed (except for a few) citizens came in and shut it down! Now imagine a Million or 2 million ARMED citizens doing the same thing! They would have no chance!
    They have created that atmosphere and are now panicking and fearful that an armed resistance to their bullshit may be inevitable.
    and that's why the founders wrote the 2nd Amendment .. not to protect hunting ... but rather to stand up to tyranny. That's why Hitler disarmed the germans.. fear of an uprising.

    "Shall not be infringed" something it seems everyone has forgotten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    and that's why the founders wrote the 2nd Amendment .. not to protect hunting ... but rather to stand up to tyranny. That's why Hitler disarmed the germans.. fear of an uprising.

    "Shall not be infringed" something it seems everyone has forgotten.

    ... meanwhile the NRA is in a Texas bankruptcy court while trying to defend against serious corruption charges against its senior officials. The NRA is likely too distracted right now to be very effective in pushing back against President Biden's executive actions.

    One of the new provisions is to ban the sale of "ghost guns" those with no serial numbers between private individuals that can be assembled from parts purchased online.

    President Biden will appoint a permanent director for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives. This position has been vacant since 2015 and be lead by one of the most experienced firearms professionals in the country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy View Post
    ... meanwhile the NRA is in a Texas bankruptcy court while trying to defend against serious corruption charges against its senior officials. The NRA is likely too distracted right now to be very effective in pushing back against President Biden's executive actions.

    One of the new provisions is to ban the sale of "ghost guns" those with no serial numbers between private individuals that can be assembled from parts purchased online.

    President Biden will appoint a permanent director for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Tobacco. This position has been vacant since 2015 and be lead by one of the most experienced firearms professionals in the country.
    i can buy uppers and lowers and all other parts from my local gun store.. all I buy online is the occasional box of fragmentary rounds of 40cal.

    you know the NRA isn't the only group fighting for legal gun owners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    and that's why the founders wrote the 2nd Amendment .. not to protect hunting ... but rather to stand up to tyranny. That's why Hitler disarmed the germans.. fear of an uprising.

    "Shall not be infringed" something it seems everyone has forgotten.

    Don't forget this part.

    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State

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    Quote Originally Posted by copier addict View Post
    Don't forget this part.

    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State
    Thats right meaning the militias should have the same arms as their enemies.
    But Congress already made full auto weapons illegal for the majority of us..
    One FREEDOM already removed from us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    Thats right meaning the militias should have the same arms as their enemies.
    But Congress already made full auto weapons illegal for the majority of us..
    One FREEDOM already removed from us.

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    Sorry Phil No Tanks No F16 No machine guns No nukes

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    Top Biden officials busted telling an enormous lie about 'infrastructure' plan



    The claim that Biden’s spending bonanza would create 19 million jobs has no basis in reality.

    In the scenario where Biden's infrastructure proposal is passed, Moody’s projects that the economy will create 18.96 million jobs over a decade. Yet as Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler aptly explained, that’s compared to a baseline projection of 16.3 million jobs being created without the infrastructure proposal. (But with the already-passed stimulus legislation). So the real number of jobs Biden’s plan would create, according to this Moody’s report, is 2.7 million. That’s a far cry from the "19 million jobs created" in Biden's initial telling. Indeed, the White House and Buttigieg have had to retract their objectively false claim publicly.

    Oops.
    This raises the question: Why did the Biden administration have to twist the facts to defend its $2.25 trillion plan? Well, maybe because the real estimate of just 2.7 million jobs is incredibly damning — that comes out to roughly $833,333 in taxpayer dollars spent per job created. Suffice it to say that’s not the best return on investment.


    Ope! Another lie from Ol’ Lyin’ Biden!
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