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this is great
A gun Owner Is A Citizen
Anyone Else is a Subject
Keep smiling ladies and gents, there's more to come. Nora has worked wiht us for some time, rather quietly.
That takes a lot of guts for a politician in NM to submit a bill like that at this time. I commend her!
God Bless you Nora for your support of the Second Amendment freedoms!!
And I will add Zach Cook who also has fought long and hard for our rights and freedoms as he moves continuously to improve concealed carry rights. Mr. Cook is one of our biggest public advocates in these categories.
Sunday's Albuq Journal has a great front page story about the NM Sheriffs. It says they will not enforce federal laws they think are unconstitutional. Here is a small part from the Mountain View Telegraph that the Journal quoted. Thanks to the Sheriff's!!!!!!
"Last Thursday, 30 of the state's 33 county sheriff's traveled to the Roundhouse in Santa Fe to remind New Mexicans that they — sheriffs — are under oath to support the U.S. Constitution. And that, of course, includes the Second Amendment, which guarantees Americans' right to bear arms.
The sheriffs are concerned — to put it mildly — about Obama's proposals to ban assault rifles and magazine clips that hold more than 10 rounds. Torrance County Sheriff Heath White said he is watching "very closely" as events unfold.
"I want to reassure my citizens that I have their best interests in mind and I will do my job to the fullest extent," he said in Santa Fe. "As your sheriff, I have and will continue to carry out these two main responsibilities: supporting the United States and New Mexico Constitutions and enforcing the laws of the State of New Mexico to ensure public safety.
"Any federal regulations enacted by Congress or by executive order of the president offending the constitutional rights of my citizens shall not be enforced by me or by my deputies, nor will I permit the enforcement of any unconstitutional regulations or orders by federal officers within the borders of Torrance County, New Mexico."
Others voiced a similar message.
"We're not lawmakers, we're sheriffs," said Ken Christesen of San Juan County, chairman of the New Mexico Sheriffs Association. "That's what we do, is enforce the law and defend the Constitution. We want to make sure that your rights as a citizen are protected.""
It was a bill to disallow enforcement of any federal ban on weapons that comes down from Washington. Representative Gail Chase (D) incorrectly reported that to enforce it would involve the state of New Mexico having to secede from the United States. Gail Chasey is part of New Mexico's problem...
Gail Chasey is an "attorney", I hope no one takes any advice from her. I hope you guys have all this garbage over with by the time I get moved back there.
Last edited by elebuttfish; 02-04-2013 at 01:54 PM.