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Senate approves gun-toting (Anyone remember Ms. Harper?)

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by P12, Feb 20, 2003.

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  1. P12

    P12 Member

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    I wonder if I should send Ms. Shannon Harper and e-mail and see how her blood pressure is doing these days.:evil:


    To refresh your memory;
    The thread from TFL

    The latest in the saga

    The text of the story;
    I just may have to drop her a line. :evil: :evil: Just to rub salt in the wounds.:evil:

    At least there are some smart politicians in Utah.
     
  2. Blackhawk

    Blackhawk Member In Memoriam

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    :neener:

    There seems to be a lot of encouraging legislative and legal tidbits about gun rights popping up lately....
     
  3. foghornl

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    And don't forget to cleanse the wounds first with 50/50 alcohol & iodine :evil:
     
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    It nice to read something with a positive spin on law abiding CCW.
     
  5. El Tejon

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    We can always count on the NRA to be there on the side of expanding civil rights.:rolleyes: The NRA thinks "who hunts ducks on school property.":scrutiny:
     
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    Wow. Utah has intelligent politicritters. I thought those were an extinct breed. As for the NRA...nevermind.
     
  7. P12

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    What I sent to her. I was nice.

     
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    So what is the point of permits .....? :confused:
     
  9. P12

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    What I sent to her;
    Her reply;
    Man that message is so full of holes I don't even know where to begin. I post this just for informational purposes. Now don't go sending her messages. It's a lost cause. It took much effort to get her to respond the last time.
     
  10. synoptic

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    As for the NRA, didn't they recently try a nationwide movement for this same legislation, allowing CHL/CCW holders to carry in schools? As a student (college) I would feel safer knowing those with permits were carrying, as well as me. I would also feel safer walking into my mom's elementary school knowing I had my weapon on me and that if a disgruntled student or parent walked in with intentions to kill someone I would be able to protect myself, my mother, and the students of that school. When I was in high school we had problems with unauthorized guests on campus. At one point a man came on campus and stabbed a girl with the intentions of killing her. If there wa a possibility of adults on campus carrying would this situation have happened? Hopefully Utah will start a trend that extends down here to Texas. As of right now, a school is a known vulnerability that criminals can take advantage of at will.
     
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