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Re: Virginia’s SB 16

Post by sim.-ang.king » Fri Dec 06, 2019 10:49 am

I thought we already had sensible gun laws, since the liberals of yester years thought the laws we have today were good enough? They're the ones that wrote them after all, or are you implying they might of been wrong?
Could be hurleyjd is the one being influenced by the russians, since the Russians would benefit from the us citizens being disarmed.


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Re: Virginia’s SB 16

Post by Caustic Burno » Fri Dec 06, 2019 12:41 pm

sim.-ang.king wrote:
Fri Dec 06, 2019 10:49 am
I thought we already had sensible gun laws, since the liberals of yester years thought the laws we have today were good enough? They're the ones that wrote them after all, or are you implying they might of been wrong?
Could be hurleyjd is the one being influenced by the russians, since the Russians would benefit from the us citizens being disarmed.

The irony is they want someone to force their way of thinking on us.
They are not willing to die forcing their beliefs on others but are willing to use violence performed by others to enforce their beliefs.

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Re: Virginia’s SB 16

Post by hillbilly beef man » Sat Dec 07, 2019 3:33 pm

SDM wrote:
Fri Dec 06, 2019 3:54 am
hillbilly beef man wrote:
Thu Dec 05, 2019 7:26 pm
SDM wrote:
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The county resolutions won't mean much. The VSP can enforce laws of the Commonwealth. This state has turned, led by the northeastern corner. There are those in the rural areas too who would support it (organic alpacas, folk music, and such). If I knew where to go I'd find myself one of those carpet bags and head out. Just seems like all the states with low populations and high levels of common sense also get mighty chilly in the winter.
You might try one state to the south. With the exception of Memphis most of TN still has some sense. We even have a cattleman in the Governor's Mansion.
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Re: Virginia’s SB 16

Post by greybeard » Sat Dec 07, 2019 7:45 pm

Caustic Burno wrote:
Fri Dec 06, 2019 12:41 pm
sim.-ang.king wrote:
Fri Dec 06, 2019 10:49 am
I thought we already had sensible gun laws, since the liberals of yester years thought the laws we have today were good enough? They're the ones that wrote them after all, or are you implying they might of been wrong?
Could be hurleyjd is the one being influenced by the russians, since the Russians would benefit from the us citizens being disarmed.

The irony is they want someone to force their way of thinking on us.
They are not willing to die forcing their beliefs on others but are willing to use violence performed by others to enforce their beliefs.

The true enemy within.
Irony indeed..
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Re: Virginia’s SB 16

Post by farmerjan » Tue Dec 10, 2019 3:23 pm

Rockbridge County passed the resolution last night at an overwhelming turnout. Line was 100 people long outside the auditorium at 6 p.m. , overflow was put into the gym by 6:30. From what I understand there are 46 counties that have now passed the assylum resolution here and more yet to come. It is going to get interesting come Jan when the new state legislators come in. Luckily, the governor only is allowed one term in Va., and with all the BS that is going on now with the impeachment of the President, the democrats had better all be careful.
Does anyone remember the statement in the movie TORA TORA TORA ? Where the Japanese commander said after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, that, he was afraid that they had awakened a sleeping giant that they would regret? Well, this may be what it took to "awaken" the sleeping public that don't vote..... and get them to get off their duff and vote.
Luckily, Skyhightree1 I do/did vote. Maybe more now will start to realize that if they don't, they can lose everything. This kind of BS is that start of a very slippery slope to losing our rights. Not just our gun rights, but all our rights.

Anyone read the "Ashes" series by William Johnstone? They were published in the 90's. He writes the Mountain Man series and such. But there were several different ones, including the 'ashes" series, that are fiction but much too much close to what can/will happen if we let these leftist NUTCASES continue to slowly erode our rights as citizens. Invasion, Border wars, and others.

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Re: Virginia’s SB 16

Post by farmerjan » Fri Dec 13, 2019 7:34 pm

There were over 1800 at the Augusta county meeting, yet there were some that were not in support of it including a couple of the representatives and in the sheriffs dept. 1200 plus at the Rockbridge meeting. 750 seats in the auditorium, 500 into the gym. Went to the stockyards this afternoon, son was going so I rode along. Guys were talking about it there. It is a big topic in alot of places. Especially with all this happening right during hunting season.

Ice on everything this morning, 1/4 inch I had a terrible time getting scraped off the windshield. Warmed up and we got more rain and supposed to rain more tonight.

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Re: Virginia’s SB 16

Post by hurleyjd » Sat Dec 14, 2019 8:52 am

Sometimes the a small percentage votes in what they want and other times a higher percentage of voters vote. This is what makes a difference. So if you get outvoted you will have to live with it. More people are waking up and voting than in the past.

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Re: Virginia’s SB 16

Post by hurleyjd » Sat Dec 14, 2019 9:05 am

farmerjan wrote:
Fri Dec 13, 2019 7:34 pm
There were over 1800 at the Augusta county meeting, yet there were some that were not in support of it including a couple of the representatives and in the sheriffs dept. 1200 plus at the Rockbridge meeting. 750 seats in the auditorium, 500 into the gym. Went to the stockyards this afternoon, son was going so I rode along. Guys were talking about it there. It is a big topic in alot of places. Especially with all this happening right during hunting season.

Ice on everything this morning, 1/4 inch I had a terrible time getting scraped off the windshield. Warmed up and we got more rain and supposed to rain more tonight.
I have not hunted in a long time but I think I am going to buy a rifle with a thirty round clip and go deer hunting after all the more rounds I have the better chance of killing the deer. Makes since when only on shot should do. I know a young man in my community that kills more hogs than any one. He has a .223 caliber single shot rifle and places the killing shots where he wants them not in the heart area but right behind the ear as he tells it. I have seen him haul in a dozen or more hogs on his trailer.

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Re: Virginia’s SB 16

Post by TennesseeTuxedo » Sat Dec 14, 2019 12:00 pm

hurleyjd wrote:
Sat Dec 14, 2019 8:52 am
Sometimes the a small percentage votes in what they want and other times a higher percentage of voters vote. This is what makes a difference. So if you get outvoted you will have to live with it. More people are waking up and voting than in the past.
Just wait until next November if you want to see a massive turnout. Gonna make Boris Johnson’s blowout look like child’s play.
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Re: Virginia’s SB 16

Post by sim.-ang.king » Sat Dec 14, 2019 7:09 pm

hurleyjd wrote:
Sat Dec 14, 2019 9:05 am
farmerjan wrote:
Fri Dec 13, 2019 7:34 pm
There were over 1800 at the Augusta county meeting, yet there were some that were not in support of it including a couple of the representatives and in the sheriffs dept. 1200 plus at the Rockbridge meeting. 750 seats in the auditorium, 500 into the gym. Went to the stockyards this afternoon, son was going so I rode along. Guys were talking about it there. It is a big topic in alot of places. Especially with all this happening right during hunting season.

Ice on everything this morning, 1/4 inch I had a terrible time getting scraped off the windshield. Warmed up and we got more rain and supposed to rain more tonight.
I have not hunted in a long time but I think I am going to buy a rifle with a thirty round clip and go deer hunting after all the more rounds I have the better chance of killing the deer. Makes since when only on shot should do. I know a young man in my community that kills more hogs than any one. He has a .223 caliber single shot rifle and places the killing shots where he wants them not in the heart area but right behind the ear as he tells it. I have seen him haul in a dozen or more hogs on his trailer.
Last time I checked the 2nd amendment wasn't written with hunting in mind. Not to many tyrannical deer trying to over throw the government, maybe over throw a corn field, but not the government.
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Re: Virginia’s SB 16

Post by Caustic Burno » Sat Dec 14, 2019 7:28 pm

sim.-ang.king wrote:
Sat Dec 14, 2019 7:09 pm
hurleyjd wrote:
Sat Dec 14, 2019 9:05 am
farmerjan wrote:
Fri Dec 13, 2019 7:34 pm
There were over 1800 at the Augusta county meeting, yet there were some that were not in support of it including a couple of the representatives and in the sheriffs dept. 1200 plus at the Rockbridge meeting. 750 seats in the auditorium, 500 into the gym. Went to the stockyards this afternoon, son was going so I rode along. Guys were talking about it there. It is a big topic in alot of places. Especially with all this happening right during hunting season.

Ice on everything this morning, 1/4 inch I had a terrible time getting scraped off the windshield. Warmed up and we got more rain and supposed to rain more tonight.
I have not hunted in a long time but I think I am going to buy a rifle with a thirty round clip and go deer hunting after all the more rounds I have the better chance of killing the deer. Makes since when only on shot should do. I know a young man in my community that kills more hogs than any one. He has a .223 caliber single shot rifle and places the killing shots where he wants them not in the heart area but right behind the ear as he tells it. I have seen him haul in a dozen or more hogs on his trailer.
Last time I checked the 2nd amendment wasn't written with hunting in mind. Not to many tyrannical deer trying to over throw the government, maybe over throw a corn field, but not the government.

Little history not the first fight over gun control.

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Re: Virginia’s SB 16

Post by ccr » Tue Dec 17, 2019 7:26 pm

a militia is forming in tazewell county

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