Pretty generic response! They are not listening to us! You know what they say about “representation”.
Followed by a auto generated email asking for your donation of $25 or more to help stay in office another 4 years to keep sending out auto generated emails.
Yes, I can see the image
Generic? Yes, but at least he opposed the bill when it passed the house. We need to start working on the senators, as they are back from break.
In addition, one of the republican senators (Burr - NC) is going to be on break for surgery. Remember he was one of the traitors that voted for the “Gun Safety Bill”. So there are bound to be shenanigans in the senate.
I note he defines “assault weapon” as being fully automatic. I was under the impression it was being applied to semi-autos…
It is applied to semi autos. At least this rep is aware of what a real assault rifle is, as opposed to the Rino’s and Dems who coin phrases like “full semi auto assault weapons of war” to describe an AR-15 the past couple years.
Guy and his response was alright in my book. …cripesakes, I got Murphy and Blumenthal…and today our AG Tong, in response to the NAGR suit against our gov,managed to use “assault weapons”, “weapons of war” and of course “commonsenseguncontrol” all in one short paragraph…describing the AR-15, and threw in “large capacity magazines” to describe something that holds a number greater than 10
The people are the militia and are supposed to have weapons of war. SCOTUS appears to agree with that.
In particular this bill would ban most semiautomatic weapons,
From what I understand, it grandfather’s in existing semi autos, but doesn’t allow sale of new or resale or transfer of existing. You die, your guns disappear. Following Canada’s lead, 'cuz this is all globalist agenda 30 crap…and is when I realize, despite the guy being a bit of a social idiot at times, I kind of miss Trump.
I sold all my semi autos and bought semi auto sling shots.
Just a thought, the national firearms act needs to be removed as it does not fit the SCOTUS ruling of late. I think we should start there.
I think over the next few years we are going to see many of these infringements fall. Both the NFA and GCA need to be brought down, but the latest Gun Safety Bill needs to go also. However, we had 15 traitors in the senate and 5 others in the house that need to be held accountable. The ATF also needs to be reined in.
In the past we, gun owners, have been at best apathetic with politics. We need to change that. The anti-gunners will never rest until we are all disarmed. We can’t rest either.
Boom. This is why I suggested the “use your cc and buy lots of ammo” day in the credit card coding thread. In a nutshell, screwem. Track this, eh hole
That’s fantastic, but I haven’t heard about ANY solutions!
Voting DOES NOT WORK!
I got the exact mirror image of that response from my “representatives” here in
The People’s Republik of Illinois.
Voting does work but more people need to get involved in the primary elections. That’s where we can weed out the RINOs and get in true conservatives who will actually do what they say. People tend to vote along party lines in the general election so by that point you’re stuck with whoever wins the primary. Unfortunately in my area, many people are very apathetic when it comes to the primaries.
And spend the time to support good candidates. We complain a lot about what we “got” and RINOS, but hardly spend the time to truly vet candidates, and hold them accountable. If no candidate appears, are you willing to put yourself out there? I know to some it is a disgusting thought to do so, but who then? IMO
I regularly fill out USCCA and sometimes NRA templates to be sent to my senators and other politicians regarding gun control bills. It’s always very quick to fill out and it’s the least I feel I can do. I got responses from two different senators, Diane Feinstein and Alex Padilla. The first one was several years ago. I responded to her threats of outlawing AR-15s at that time with a carefully written reply using facts. Her second response was we must outlaw AR-15s but I forgot what the popular leftist nomenclature for AR-15s was at that time. I think weapons of war wasn’t part of their lexicon at that time. I didn’t continue corresponding any longer because I felt it was just a waste of our time. The second senator responded to me recently with the usual drivel about guns being dangerous, etc. I felt his response was patronizing and indifferent. I then replied with a pretty long letter, explaining the racist origins of gun control and other facts. He stopped communicating because I believe he was confused with the facts I carefully wrote about in my reply. I realize most of these politicians are like robots. They don’t care about fact and much less our opinions. They parrot the same ridiculous statements and words, which really does little to engender any modicum of respect left for them. Nevertheless I will continue to send NRA and USCCA templates to the politicians in my area, no matter what they think.