While I do think that our Second Amendment was cut and dry…others thought it right to infringe our rights and add all these stipulations onto the God-given right.
Therefore. I suggested this to my legislators and it was given a good response however, that’s just politicians being politicians to better secure your vote. I don’t actually suppose that this will ever have any effect but, I did gain a larger list of people who signed in agreement and the NRA liked as well(Of course). Although I know it will never go anywhere but, I figured it’s the willingness to do so that mattered.
Citizens State Bill Proposal: “Block”
“ Louisiana , henceforth governs itself on laws regarding firearms , ammunition, protective gear, and background requirements ( under bill named, “Block”) the whole state is therefore immune to any future United States federal legislation issued against restrictions or bans, of any sort regarding the sale or purchase of firearms, ammunition, attachments, bullet proof vest and gear, protecting the state of Louisiana and her citizens from any further federal laws but not limited to blocking any more intensive type of background measures or checks, than what’s already governed through law in the great state of Louisiana.”
Today more than ever, the Second Amendment is under severe scrutiny. Not only does the federal government intend on increasing background check standards, which are tough already, but one party insist of a “buy back program” but in better terms, the government would use the people’s tax money in order to buy (Confiscate) the rifles now defined as the “Assault Weapon.”
The Great people of Louisiana stand behind this, as well as our friends at the NRA . Louisiana is known for it’s name, “ Sportsman Paradise.” So, not only would this bill protect the hunters, but more importantly this would protect the law-abiding citizens who bear arms to protect oneself and their family’s life and liberties from any federal legislation that would jeopardize the Second, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Amendment’s of the United States Constitution of all the great people of Louisiana thus, protecting us from breaking apart from unity with states that may recognize such unconstitutional laws.
A large list of Louisiana residential citizen supporters will supervene after the receival of this citizen proposal.
Randall W. Anderson