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Friday, September 13, 2013

MO Sen Repub 'leadership' chooses continued federal infringement of gun rights

In other words, these "leaders" decided to lead the state into continued docile servility to the federal government and its unconstitutional infringements on that which shall not be infringed. Both Richard and Dempsey claimed to be concerned about the Constitutionality of the bill, and how it could affect police and prosecutors (wasn't that kinda the point?). That begs the question, though, of why they both voted for the bill back in May.

Or perhaps not. Perhaps it's far less important to know why they turned Quisling than it is to simply remove them from the position of being able to betray the rights of Missourians. You don't, after all, ask a rattlesnake why it's trying to bite you--you simply kill it, so its biting days are done. [More]

That's today's St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner. Please give it a look, and tell a friend.


MamaLiberty said...

Both links are bad, Kurt. :)

MamaLiberty said...

"Senate Majority Leader Ron Richard and Senate President Pro Tem Tom Dempsey."

Well, well, well... sounds like there might be a pretty good chance for a Colorado style recall here too.

If, MO has a recall option, of course. I was really shocked to find that it's not possible in every state.

Kurt '45superman' Hofmann said...

Fixed the links--thanks.

And, unfortunately, Missouri appears not to be among the states with provisions for recalling defective legislators.

It would probably be considered in poor taste for me to advocate "recall voting from the rooftops."

MamaLiberty said...

Poor taste? I suppose, but in the end that's probably going to be the only really effective "recall."

Trying to get rid of the problems with "votes" is a little like killing rats with a hammer, one by one. Satisfying at times, perhaps, but they can breed faster than you can find them and get close enough.

Marybk said...

Eventually anyone who attempts to infringe on gun rights finds their way out of a job. It's just a matter of time.
- Mary@gunhandbags.com