Virginia House passes bill that bans assault weapons, other firearm accessories POLITICS by: WAVY We

Discussion in 'Politics' started by ManofManyStangs, Feb 11, 2020.

  1. Marsh CallUser

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    It began awhile ago. We are just one step closer now.
     
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  2. EdLongshanks

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    I believe you are correct.
     
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  3. 1wildcatfan

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    Hopefully the senate will vote it down.
     
  4. WILD

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    I do recall Trump saying somewhere that there not gunna taken our guns but haven’t heard much else about it.
     
  5. slobear

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    That is not Executive branch responsibility or everyone would be gun free after last joke of administration. A lot of those Uber pro gun virginia boys were mitt romneys pocket pals. They went after Mike Huckabee after the romney assault weapon “weapons of war” tape came out. Reap what you sow bi*****!

    The courts can handle it or the spineless, rhino loving Virginians can eat it. That’s just my opinion.
     
  6. davers

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    Well the "Clown" voters of Virginia voted this gun grabbing governor, a Democrat, in for four years. They should have known better.
     
  7. riverboss

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    Sounds to me like it's time to show them the Constitution shall not be infringed!

    Law enforcement needs to arrest the governor, just because he has forgot his oath doesn't mean they have to.
     
  8. Marsh CallUser

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    Only Northern Virginia did. As the government expanded, those liberal workers moved into the state. 90% of the state counties voted republican.
     
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  9. 1wildcatfan

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    N. Virginia, Richmond and the tide water area (far eastern Va.) vote Dem and thats where the population density is in Va.
     
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  10. davers

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    That's the trouble with folks moving from "Blue" States to "Red" States. Those Liberals not only bring themselves, they also bring their liberal ways, including their hatred toward the 2nd Amendment. Then they push their agenda on native folks that lived in a conservative Red State all their lives, and want to stay.
     
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  11. Colorado is a perfect example. Used to be solid red until Californians took it over.
     
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  12. ManofManyStangs

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    And thats the worse shade of Blue.
     

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