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I knew it was only a few weeks out. The NRA sent me this e-mail

California Liberals have a supermajority so I’ll be taking it up the ass.

HIGHLIGHTS:

Regulating ammo, fingerprinted for Ammo. Reported if I buy too much.
I’ll have to buy an annual permit to but ammo and be taxed annually.
No more magazine kits …even if they are modified with a rivet to 10 rounds.
Pre ban weapons will lose “grandfather” status and become illegal to possess.
I will not be able to order ammo online.
Off duty cops cannot be at the capitol with any type of gun.

I have a 5 year Texas relocation plan I’m working on.

The NRA sent me this e-mail today…

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Anti-Gun Democrats Again Working to Further Erode Second Amendment Rights in Sacramento

In an attempt to exploit the Newtown, Connecticut tragedy to further destroy the Second Amendment in the Golden State, anti-gun Democrats in the state Assembly have introduced several anti-gun bills that they will be working to bully through the California Legislature this year. These egregious bills will have no effect on crime. According to the Brady Campaignâ??s national ranking of state gun control laws, California is already THE â??bestâ?? (most restrictive) state in the nation and has already banned pseudo “assault weapons.”

By definition, violent and insane criminals violate laws, especially gun control laws. They neither obey gun bans, nor register their firearms and absolutely do not comply with any gun control schemes whatsoever. As a result, innocent law-abiding citizens are the only ones who pay the price and are left defenseless and made victims or criminals.

Not only are anti-gun legislators NOT concerned about law-abiding citizens, they are not even concerned whether or not they are actually violating the law with their egregious legislation. At Tuesday’s hearing, former state Senate Pro Tem Don Perata gave advice to the comittee members on how to deal with gun legislation by telling them, “Don’t worry about legalities - that’s why we have courts.”

Please call AND e-mail your state Assemblyman TODAY and urge him or her to OPPOSE the following bills that were announced by the anti-gun Democratic Assembly:

AB 48, introduced by â??Fâ?? rated Assemblyman Nancy Skinner, would require reporting of ammunition sales, licensing of ammunition dealers and other controls of ammunition, similar to firearms. This bill would also expand the definition of large capacity magazine to include any readily restorable or disassembled magazine that appears to hold more than ten rounds, and would require notification to local law enforcement if an individual buys anything more than a small amount of ammunition in a five-day period.

AB 169, introduced by â??Fâ?? rated state Assemblyman Roger Dickinson, would prohibit members of the general public from transferring any handgun that is not on, or drops off of, the stateâ??s roster of approved handgun, to anyone other than a family member or spouse.

AB 174, introduced by anti-gun Assemblyman Rob Bonita, would remove the grandfather clause on existing firearms that are currently illegal to purchase, but are legal to possess if they were owned prior to making the firearm illegal.

AB 187, also introduced by Assemblyman Bonita, would impose an additional tax on the sale of ammunition.,
These anti-gun bills are expected to be introduced soon:

· â??Fâ?? rated Assemblyman Luis Alejo is expected to introduce a bill that would prohibit a person who illegally sells or buys firearms or ammunition for ten years.
· â??D-â?? rated Assemblyman Tom Ammiano is expected to introduce a bill mandating firearm storage.
· â??Fâ?? rated Assemblyman Roger Dickinson is expected to introduce two more bills placing an additional .05 cent tax on the purchase of ammunition and require companies who manufacture, sell, distribute or market firearms or ammunition to divest investment funds from the State and would prohibit those companies from future investments.

The following anti-gun bills listed below have already been introduced:

SB 53, introduced by “F” rated state Senator Kevin de León, would require ammunition purchasers to obtain a permit and pay an annual fee (tax). This bill will also ban online and mail order sales of all ammunition, and require registration and thumbprinting for all ammunition purchases.

SB 47 , introduced by “F” rated state Senator Leland Yee, would expand the prohibitions on the sale and possession of â??assault weaponsâ?? to include hundred of firearms currently lawful for sale in California.

SB 108 , also introduced by state Senator Yee, would require a firearm to be placed in a locked container or otherwise be disassembled each time the owner leaves his or her property.

AJR 5, introduced by “F” rated state Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez, would urge the President and Congress to support and pass Senator Feinsteinâ??s proposed legislation prohibiting the sale, transfer, importation, and manufacturing of assault weapons, and large-capacity magazines.

HR 1, introduced by “F” rated state Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, would be a standing rule of the Assembly, which would state, a person, except a peace officer acting within the scope of his or her employment, may not carry or possess a firearm on the floor of the Assembly during any session of the Assembly or in a committee hearing room during any meeting of a committee or subcommittee.

[quote]Rockscar wrote:
I knew it was only a few weeks out. The NRA sent me this e-mail

California Liberals have a supermajority so I’ll be taking it up the ass.

HIGHLIGHTS:

Regulating ammo, fingerprinted for Ammo. Reported if I buy too much.
I’ll have to buy an annual permit to but ammo and be taxed annually.
No more magazine kits …even if they are modified with a rivet to 10 rounds.
Pre ban weapons will lose “grandfather” status and become illegal to possess.
I will not be able to order ammo online.
Off duty cops cannot be at the capitol with any type of gun.

I have a 5 year Texas relocation plan I’m working on.

The NRA sent me this e-mail today…

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Anti-Gun Democrats Again Working to Further Erode Second Amendment Rights in Sacramento

In an attempt to exploit the Newtown, Connecticut tragedy to further destroy the Second Amendment in the Golden State, anti-gun Democrats in the state Assembly have introduced several anti-gun bills that they will be working to bully through the California Legislature this year. These egregious bills will have no effect on crime. According to the Brady Campaignâ??s national ranking of state gun control laws, California is already THE â??bestâ?? (most restrictive) state in the nation and has already banned pseudo “assault weapons.”

By definition, violent and insane criminals violate laws, especially gun control laws. They neither obey gun bans, nor register their firearms and absolutely do not comply with any gun control schemes whatsoever. As a result, innocent law-abiding citizens are the only ones who pay the price and are left defenseless and made victims or criminals.

Not only are anti-gun legislators NOT concerned about law-abiding citizens, they are not even concerned whether or not they are actually violating the law with their egregious legislation. At Tuesday’s hearing, former state Senate Pro Tem Don Perata gave advice to the comittee members on how to deal with gun legislation by telling them, “Don’t worry about legalities - that’s why we have courts.”

Please call AND e-mail your state Assemblyman TODAY and urge him or her to OPPOSE the following bills that were announced by the anti-gun Democratic Assembly:

AB 48, introduced by â??Fâ?? rated Assemblyman Nancy Skinner, would require reporting of ammunition sales, licensing of ammunition dealers and other controls of ammunition, similar to firearms. This bill would also expand the definition of large capacity magazine to include any readily restorable or disassembled magazine that appears to hold more than ten rounds, and would require notification to local law enforcement if an individual buys anything more than a small amount of ammunition in a five-day period.

AB 169, introduced by â??Fâ?? rated state Assemblyman Roger Dickinson, would prohibit members of the general public from transferring any handgun that is not on, or drops off of, the stateâ??s roster of approved handgun, to anyone other than a family member or spouse.

AB 174, introduced by anti-gun Assemblyman Rob Bonita, would remove the grandfather clause on existing firearms that are currently illegal to purchase, but are legal to possess if they were owned prior to making the firearm illegal.

AB 187, also introduced by Assemblyman Bonita, would impose an additional tax on the sale of ammunition.,
These anti-gun bills are expected to be introduced soon:

�· â??Fâ?? rated Assemblyman Luis Alejo is expected to introduce a bill that would prohibit a person who illegally sells or buys firearms or ammunition for ten years.
�· â??D-â?? rated Assemblyman Tom Ammiano is expected to introduce a bill mandating firearm storage.
�· â??Fâ?? rated Assemblyman Roger Dickinson is expected to introduce two more bills placing an additional .05 cent tax on the purchase of ammunition and require companies who manufacture, sell, distribute or market firearms or ammunition to divest investment funds from the State and would prohibit those companies from future investments.

The following anti-gun bills listed below have already been introduced:

SB 53, introduced by “F” rated state Senator Kevin de LeÃ?³n, would require ammunition purchasers to obtain a permit and pay an annual fee (tax). This bill will also ban online and mail order sales of all ammunition, and require registration and thumbprinting for all ammunition purchases.

SB 47 , introduced by “F” rated state Senator Leland Yee, would expand the prohibitions on the sale and possession of â??assault weaponsâ?? to include hundred of firearms currently lawful for sale in California.

SB 108 , also introduced by state Senator Yee, would require a firearm to be placed in a locked container or otherwise be disassembled each time the owner leaves his or her property.

AJR 5, introduced by “F” rated state Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez, would urge the President and Congress to support and pass Senator Feinsteinâ??s proposed legislation prohibiting the sale, transfer, importation, and manufacturing of assault weapons, and large-capacity magazines.

HR 1, introduced by “F” rated state Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, would be a standing rule of the Assembly, which would state, a person, except a peace officer acting within the scope of his or her employment, may not carry or possess a firearm on the floor of the Assembly during any session of the Assembly or in a committee hearing room during any meeting of a committee or subcommittee.[/quote]

First, it’s “civilian disarmament.” There is no such thing as “gun control.”

Second, this will be a great boon to ammo salesmen in Nevada, et al.

Third, just leave.

lol, drug bans sure stop people in Cali from doing drugs, particularly in hollywood. So this should work perfectly.

I see nothing but utopian dreams in this…

Some even BETTER California fuckery…

California Unable to Disarm 19,700 felons and Mentally Ill People …

SACRAMENTO ? California authorities are empowered to seize weapons owned by convicted felons and people with mental illness, but staff shortages and funding cuts have left a backlog of more than 19,700 people to disarm, a law enforcement official said Tuesday.

Those gun owners have roughly 39,000 firearms, said Stephen Lindley, chief of the Bureau of Firearms for the state Department of Justice, testifying at a joint legislative hearing. His office lacks enough staff to confiscate all the weapons, which are recorded in the state’s Armed Prohibited Persons database, he said.

The gun owners typically acquired the firearms legally, before being convicted of a felony or diagnosed with mental illness. Each year, the state investigates and seizes the guns of about 2,000 people on the Armed Prohibited Persons list, Lindley said, but each year about 3,000 names are added to the list.

“Despite our best efforts, the bureau does not have the funding or resources to keep up with this annual influx,” he told the 15 assembled lawmakers.

Yay gun laws work…NOT.

[quote]thethirdruffian wrote:

Third, just leave.[/quote]

All my family, parents and kids are here…I wish it were that easy.

Did I hear that PUSH and JayPierce were planning on moving to California?

Mufasa

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It’s mind boggling to read this stuff, even more so when you realize these people are elected officials.

[quote]b89 wrote:
It’s mind boggling to read this stuff, even more so when you realize these people are elected officials.[/quote]

70% of the state is on some form of the dole, so is it a wonder why Dems have a choke-hold on the state ?

We just raised taxes “for the schools, for the children” and our governor plans to expand welfare by 1 million more people.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/california-politics/2013/01/proposals-expand-medi-cal.html

The rich, middle class, and business owners are leaving, so the state has a much smaller tax base remaining. The state is spiraling downward due to massive Union unfunded pension obligations (best estimate is $618 Billion), and social entitlement programs.

Almost half million Unionized public workers, they own every single politician in Hackramento, they have a Democratic Super-majority, which means they can pass any tax and even override a governor’s veto if he tried.

You know how Dems in Washington talk about gridlock and how it stops the country from progressing and improving ? Well here you have NO gridlock, Dems own all 3 houses, and thus the state swirls the toilet bowl.

If you hand-it-out, they will vote for you, that is what this state proves.

[quote]b89 wrote:
It’s mind boggling to read this stuff, even more so when you realize these people are elected officials.[/quote]

The people who work for a living are being overrun by people who vote for a living.

[quote]MaximusB wrote:

[quote]b89 wrote:
It’s mind boggling to read this stuff, even more so when you realize these people are elected officials.[/quote]

70% of the state is on some form of the dole, so is it a wonder why Dems have a choke-hold on the state ?

We just raised taxes “for the schools, for the children” and our governor plans to expand welfare by 1 million more people.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/california-politics/2013/01/proposals-expand-medi-cal.html

The rich, middle class, and business owners are leaving, so the state has a much smaller tax base remaining. The state is spiraling downward due to massive Union unfunded pension obligations (best estimate is $618 Billion), and social entitlement programs.

Almost half million Unionized public workers, they own every single politician in Hackramento, they have a Democratic Super-majority, which means they can pass any tax and even override a governor’s veto if he tried.

You know how Dems in Washington talk about gridlock and how it stops the country from progressing and improving ? Well here you have NO gridlock, Dems own all 3 houses, and thus the state swirls the toilet bowl.

If you hand-it-out, they will vote for you, that is what this state proves. [/quote]

Did you hear Moonbeam has a record high 51% approval rating? Disgusting I say.

[quote]Rockscar wrote:

[quote]MaximusB wrote:

[quote]b89 wrote:
It’s mind boggling to read this stuff, even more so when you realize these people are elected officials.[/quote]

70% of the state is on some form of the dole, so is it a wonder why Dems have a choke-hold on the state ?

We just raised taxes “for the schools, for the children” and our governor plans to expand welfare by 1 million more people.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/california-politics/2013/01/proposals-expand-medi-cal.html

The rich, middle class, and business owners are leaving, so the state has a much smaller tax base remaining. The state is spiraling downward due to massive Union unfunded pension obligations (best estimate is $618 Billion), and social entitlement programs.

Almost half million Unionized public workers, they own every single politician in Hackramento, they have a Democratic Super-majority, which means they can pass any tax and even override a governor’s veto if he tried.

You know how Dems in Washington talk about gridlock and how it stops the country from progressing and improving ? Well here you have NO gridlock, Dems own all 3 houses, and thus the state swirls the toilet bowl.

If you hand-it-out, they will vote for you, that is what this state proves. [/quote]

Did you hear Moonbeam has a record high 51% approval rating? Disgusting I say.
[/quote]

Sure, he fed the poor and the Unions, and they suddenly love him.

I can’t wait for that Bullet Train to blow up the budget, nothing like a $250 Billion train with only $9 Billion of funding secured.

[quote]MaximusB wrote:

[quote]b89 wrote:
It’s mind boggling to read this stuff, even more so when you realize these people are elected officials.[/quote]

70% of the state is on some form of the dole, so is it a wonder why Dems have a choke-hold on the state ?

We just raised taxes “for the schools, for the children” and our governor plans to expand welfare by 1 million more people.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/california-politics/2013/01/proposals-expand-medi-cal.html

The rich, middle class, and business owners are leaving, so the state has a much smaller tax base remaining. The state is spiraling downward due to massive Union unfunded pension obligations (best estimate is $618 Billion), and social entitlement programs.

Almost half million Unionized public workers, they own every single politician in Hackramento, they have a Democratic Super-majority, which means they can pass any tax and even override a governor’s veto if he tried.

You know how Dems in Washington talk about gridlock and how it stops the country from progressing and improving ? Well here you have NO gridlock, Dems own all 3 houses, and thus the state swirls the toilet bowl.

If you hand-it-out, they will vote for you, that is what this state proves. [/quote]

Their idea of progressing makes me think of how they want to open some jobs in the military to women. However, if women can’t meet the standards then the need for such high standards will have to be explained. Then the standards will be lowered. All they care about is votes no matter how shortsighted or stupid the method of gaining support is. A more relevant subject is the constant failures of ridiculous gun laws and bans and yet time and time again liberals use it to rally for support and get votes on the backs of tragedies and those effected by the tragedies.

No offense, but… You guys still thinking of leaving the union?