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CA Assembly passes SB362 Ammo ban

Discussion in 'Activism Discussion and Planning' started by glockman19, Jun 7, 2007.

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  1. SoCalShooter

    SoCalShooter Member

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    That's for me to know and not you!
    I fired off some emails too, does anyone konw know the status?
     
  2. Librarian

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    "BILL HISTORY
    2007
    June 21 Referred to Com. on PUB. S."

    So, communication with the Senate Public Safety Committee is indicated:

    Public Safety-(5)-
    Romero (Chair), (916) 651-4024
    Cogdill (Vice Chair), (916) 651-4014
    Cedillo, (916) 651-4022
    Margett (916) 651-4029
    Ridley-Thomas. (916) 651-4026

    Note that last 2 digits of Capitol phone # are same as senate district #

    Chief Counsel: Alison Anderson.
    Counsels: Mary Kennedy, Jerome McGuire and Steven Meinrath.
    Consultant: Sara Kaeni.
    Assistants: Barbara Reynolds and Mona Cano.
    Phone: (916)651-4118. Room 2031.
     
  3. Jim K

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    Anyone heard the term "racism" lately? In 1968, the common saying on Capitol Hill was that "we" (whites) had to stop "them" (blacks) from getting guns. Now in Sacramento the idea is that "we" (white and black Liberals) have to stop "them" (Mexicans) from getting guns. Same old, same old. Just the KKK in suits proclaiming how liberal they are.

    Jim
     
  4. Abndoc

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    Thanks Librarian. These are local calls for me, so I'm going to burn up their phone lines. I'm going to get my Pop to call too.
     
  5. Matt King

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    What can a Texan do to help you guys out?
     
  6. Byron Quick

    Byron Quick Moderator In Memoriam

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    Same old, same old, Jim. In the 19th century, southern states passed their first laws against concealed carry of various weapons without stating the purpose was to control black access to and carry of weapons. Numerous court cases explicitly noted such laws were not meant to be applied to white citizens.

    One thing the racists need to remember though...in 1964 the Civil Rights Act was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Johnson. The southern state governments were then forced to choose between either repealing these racist statutes or enforcing them against EVERYONE-regardless of color. Guess which one the state governments chose to do?

    Anytime you support the increase of governmental power for any reason, you are placing a noose around the neck of the citizenry. That noose might not be tightened for months, years, decades, or even centuries. However, if that government is forced to choose between taking the noose off or tightening it up...guess which one, according to the historical record, will be chosen?
     
  7. Alphazulu6

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    If this is true it is one of the biggest infringements of the 2nd amendment since those communists in Chicago banned pistols. I am sick of the liberal trash passing legislation to infringe the 2nd ammendment. Shame on the people for allowing this to happen. Karl Marx was a man but he wasnt an American. There is no room for these anti-gun hippies anywhere in a free and constitutional United States.
     
  8. kermit315

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    I sent emails to Arnie, and my sentaor and assy thing ( who voted for this piece of trash ). I basically told my assy thing that i cant wait till she is voted out of office, and led on to my senator that me and my military friends votes will be directly proportional to her gun votes, and there are a lot of military here where i am .

    jamie
     
  9. bluto

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    I just sent this letter to the author of the Assembly Bill, Kevin DeLeon:


     
  10. david_the_greek

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    my god this isn't actually a joke? I read the O.P. and it didn't hit me that this was serious.... my word. its a sad day in America.
     
  11. SoCalShooter

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    That's for me to know and not you!
    ^ its a sad day in California... if anyone can help even if you are not living in this state we could sure use the backup, if you know any other gun owners who live in california who are not informed please let them know.
     
  12. gyp_c2

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    sheesh...

    ...the next thing will be primers...
    I'll send a love letter to the gov, but I'll have to look up the senators addresses...geez, that's creepy... rauch06.gif
     
  13. Noxx

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    Not even the next thing, handily bundled with the current silliness.
     
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