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2019 Legislative Session---It's Dead, Jim (Chuckie)!

TXOC16

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Just a couple of recent comments, excuses, and low-expectation setting from little Chuckie Cotton, a self-important, blowhard, long-time NRA board member, as to why virtually nothing will be accomplished during the upcoming 2019 Texas Legislative session with regard to already introduced pro-2A legislation, a session that doesn't even even begin until January 2019:

"2019 will be a very unproductive year compared to what we normally accomplish. With a new Speaker coming in, everything will be delayed for weeks." Way to reach for the sky, Chuckie!

"We passed pro-gun bills in 2017 and we killed all anti-gun bills. Those that passed included a reduction of the LTC fee from $140 to $40 and that's a huge improvement." Awesome! With more states than not now having some form of Constitutional/unlicensed carry, that's really something on which to hang your hat!

Gosh, Chuckie, the optimism is palpable. Perhaps we should just toss it in this session, before it even begins...
 

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Think kevin what your distractor will say about you during your tenure in office, tho the snide commentary might/could be taken wrong in this,PC environment!
 

TXOC16

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LOL, more of the same from Cotton & Co.
Yeah, no real surprise as he and his ilk are nothing if not predictable. And, of course, if any meaningful legislation does manage to end up on the Governor's desk (like this from Stickland), he and his ilk will be front and center attempting to take full credit.
 

TXOC16

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Well, well, well. Not surprisingly, here we are at December 10, and it's quite telling that a web site owned and administered by Li'l Chuckie Cotton at texasfirearmscoalition.com, a site that hides behind the GoDaddy.com "privacy" wall, has the Stickland-filed bill, HB 357, listed as a line-itemed and filled bill, yet has no comment, endorsement, or other "analysis." Go figure.

C'mon, Li'l Chuckie, we await with bated breath, so tell us how you really feel about unlicensed carry, open or otherwise!
 

IDAHO COWBOY

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support and participate and follow the most active and gets the most done Second Amendment Rights Org in TEXAS ... bar none ...

including the do little except what civilian government servants wants texas state rifle assoc ... they support the rights of civilian government servants not the We the People of Texas !

http://www.opencarrytexas.org/

Open Carry Texas - Gun Rights For Texas

www.opencarrytexas.org/

More gun rights for Texas! We're a Non-profit organization fighting for the constitutional carry of firearms. Texas is one of few states that prohibits open carry of ...
 
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