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    I HEARD THERE WERE ANTI GUN LAWS INTRODUCED YESTERDAY SO WERE ARE THEY?????????????????????????????????????????????/

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    On First Day, Democrats Propose Eight Anti-Gun Bills
    Friday, January 4, 2013 14:10
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    What part of *SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED* do these people not get?

    On First Day, Democrats Propose Eight Anti-Gun Bills

    With the left looking for its next big cause, Congressional Democrats have latched onto the Sandy Hook massacre as an opportunity to push gun control. Yesterday alone, eight new bills were introduced relating to gun control. Two conservative bills were introduced relating to ending “gun free zones” under federal law.

    Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY) led the way with four bills introduced. Her husband was shot to death in 1993 and her son was severely injured when Colin Ferguson, a mentally unstable black militant (he spent time in his apartment chanting, “all the black people killing all the white people”), shot up a Long Island commuter train.

    She has been a longtime gun control advocate. In 1997, she tried to push a federal law that would have mandated trigger locks on all firearms. She introduced legislation that would have forced gun companies to produce firearms that were “child-resistant.” In 2007, she tried an “assault weapons” ban that would have targeted some 65 types of firearms.

    The measures McCarthy introduced include:

    • Significant restrictions on gun show transactions, which would in effect end gun shows;
    • No online purchases of ammunition, and licensing of ammunition dealers, as well as reporting to the federal government all bulk ammunition purchases;
    • Prohibition on the transfer, sale, or possession of ammunition clips beyond a certain size.

    Read the FULL STORY here:
    On First Day, Democrats Propose Eight Anti-Gun Bills

    This is a copy of the email I sent to Pres. Obama, Sen. Cornyn (R-TX), Sen. Cruz (R-TX) and Rep. Sessions (R-TX). I don’t just BLOG, I get involved and I let our elected officials know exactly what is on my mind. I don’t hang an anonymous BLOG out there; I put MY butt on the line, every day! I just hope the *R* behind these names doesn’t truly stand for RINO…


    I realize that the job of a hard-core Liberal President is to make as much traction as possible any time some idiot goes off and uses a gun to kill people.

    That is NOT the job of Conservative Senators and Congressmen.

    After the *fiscal cliff* debacle, where Sen. Cornyn and Rep. Sessions gave in to the White House, I am seriously questioning their Conservatism, and I am not bashful in saying so. I only hope that in the coming battle over the Second Amendment and gun owners rights that Sen. Cornyn and Sen. Cruz will stand with the American gun owner, as well as sincerely hoping Rep. Sessions does the same.

    Gentlemen, we have more than enough gun laws and restrictions as it stands, enforce the laws we have and take guns out of the hands of criminals and the insane. Don’t punish MILLIONS of gun owners because occasionally a CRAZY person slips through YOUR system of gun verifications.

    I am a political writer and my site can be seen at The TexasFred Blog | News Opinion Commentary

    Fred Witzell
    Rowlett, TX 75088

    My friends, make NO mistake, we are in for one hell of a fight, and we will need all of our elected officials on board with us in this effort. There is NO room for indecision, there is no room for bi-partisan, reach across the aisle *giving in* to the Democrats on this one.

    If our elected officials, Senators and Congress members, are NOT of the RIGHT of this issue, they need to be on the OUTSIDE, looking in, as they are removed from public service and ostracized for the despicable cretins they really are.

    2013-01-04 14:00:20

    Source: On First Day, Democrats Propose Eight Anti-Gun Bills | The TexasFred Blog

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    ok this looks legit . WTF dosent the NRA site have anything?????????????????????/

    Pema Levy 2:01 PM EST, Thursday January 3, 2013
    Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO) introduced a bill to ban high-capacity magazines Thursday, the first day of the 113th Congress, the Associated Press reports. DeGette represents the district where the 1999 Columbine school shooting took place.

    DeGette co-authored the bill with Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY), a gun-control advocate whose husband was killed in a 1993 mass shooting.








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    Thursday, Jan 3, 2013 03:57 PM CST
    Dems introduce high-capacity magazine ban in the House

    Rep. Diana DeGette represents the Colorado district that includes Columbine High School
    By Jillian Rayfield


    Topics: Jeff Flake, NRA, Peter King, Arizona, Newtown school shooting, Wayne LaPierre, Dana DeGette, Politics News

    Dems introduce high-capacity magazine ban in the House (Credit: Laborant via Shutterstock)

    Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Colo., introduced a ban on high-capacity magazines in the House earlier today, the first day of the new session of Congress.

    According to the AP, DeGette introduced the bill with Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, D-N.Y., whose husband was killed in a 1993 mass shooting on the Long Island Rail Road in New York. From the AP:

    [DeGette]‘s district includes the site of the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School. It is also adjacent to last year’s Aurora movie theater shooting site. In both of those attacks, the shooters’ rifles were modified with high-capacity magazines. Those devices allow attackers to fire dozens of bullets without pausing to reload.

    Though it’s still unclear whether a ban can pass the Republican-controlled House, there were some promising signs from at least one Republican earlier today.

    Rep. Peter King, also from New York, said on “Morning Joe”: ”I voted for the assault weapon ban back in 1994. My father was a police officer. I really don’t know why people need assault weapons.”

    And Rep. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., an extremely conservative congressman with an A rating from the NRA, said he was “troubled” by NRA chief Wayne LaPierre’s proposal to put armed police officers in every school in the country.

    “I was troubled by that proposal, greatly troubled by that kind of Washington mandate, federal involvement in local schools,” Flake said in an interview with KTVK on Wednesday. “Schools, with regard to curriculum, with regard to teachers and staffing, those decisions are best made on the local level … As well as security issues are best made at the local level as well, not some edict from Washington.”

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