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Thread: Feinstein: No action on concealed weapons bills.

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    Herr Heckler Koch

    Feinstein: No action on concealed weapons bills.
    The California Democrat wrote Majority Leader Harry Reid and Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, requesting that no votes be scheduled on two concealed weapons "reciprocity" bills. There was no immediate response from Reid, D-Nev., or Leahy, D-Vt., to the letter dated April 17.
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    The Republican-controlled House passed a similar measure last year.

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    Regular Member Superlite27's Avatar
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    Says Feinstein: "Under the concealed carry reciprocity bills, he could legally travel across state lines and confront his former girlfriend..."

    Really? I was unaware that armed assault was legal in California.

    Of course, if you're the former girlfriend, you can't run away to another state that doesn't honor your CCW and retain your self-defense capability....

    ...but, I'm sure the violent criminal intending on an armed confrontation will make sure to check the ordinances to see if his armed assault is as legal in the state she ran away to as Feinstein says it is in California. So, there's nothing for the ex to worry about, eh?

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    Herr Heckler Koch
    Remember that Harvey Milk assassinated was Feinswein's entré to politics.

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    And let us not also forget that Senator Feinstein held one of those super-rare California CC permits for years, herself.

    And also, it bears noting that her husband, Richard Blum, is a well-known international arms dealer, and has been doing business with the ChiComs for years. He is an investment banker, and has connections to EG&G, and has also been accused of war profiteering.

    The only gun Diane Feinstein DOESN'T like is one that is in the hands of a law-abiding citizen in a free society. She and her hubby have made MILLIONS on the international trade of Chinese-made firearms, and are getting filthy rich off the many wars we are in.
    Last edited by Dreamer; 04-19-2012 at 10:47 PM.
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    Senator Feinstein[sic], in the 1970s, carried a handgun with her. A CCW permit was then rare in California, and was the only such permit in San Francisco.

    her letter

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    marginalize Feinstein

    The best way to "defeat" Sen. Feinstein is to marginalize her. This is best done by electing a majority of conservatives to the US senate
    this year. The vast majority of these pro-2A folks will be in the Rep. party. Here in AZ, it will likely be Richard Carmona (D) v. Jeff Flake
    (R). Carmona was Bush 43's surgeon general and was an Independent at the time. Mr. Flake has represented AZ for many years and will
    get my vote. He has a solid pro 2A record. If we put folks like this in the senate and keep conservatives in the house majority, the senior
    senator from Cal. can blather on all she wants, it will be a waste of her time.

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