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AaronS

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Thanks, I just turned it on.
Jay tells us that he was a supporter of constitutional carry, but had a feeling it would never pass. Guess he was correct.
 

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He didn't really sound like he was for Constitutional Carry in his other shows. He was in favor of training and background checks. Jerry Bott was on the fence but was leaning more Constitutional just on principle of less regulation and less government.
 

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He didn't really sound like he was for Constitutional Carry in his other shows. He was in favor of training and background checks. Jerry Bott was on the fence but was leaning more Constitutional just on principle of less regulation and less government.

From what I heard on his other shows You are correct, But he did not agree with the permit part, One should not have to have a permit for the exercising a right.

So was for no permit. I didn't get the immpression that training was manditory.
 
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From what I heard on his other shows You are correct, But he did not agree with the permit part, One should not have to have a permit for the exercising a right.

So was for no permit. I didn't get the immpression that training was manditory.
Perhaps I'm getting them all confused. I'm pretty sure he was for that mandatory garbage.
 

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Perhaps I'm getting them all confused. I'm pretty sure he was for that mandatory garbage.

This was the perception I took from listening to both him and Belling. I heard him speaking today, and I was confused (he was talking as if he supported Constitutional Carry the whole time).

Do you think he is now backtracking to save face with conservatives? :confused:
 

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This was the perception I took from listening to both him and Belling. I heard him speaking today, and I was confused (he was talking as if he supported Constitutional Carry the whole time).

Do you think he is now backtracking to save face with conservatives? :confused:
I have no idea. I did listen to the show so I have no idea what his tone was.
 

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This was the perception I took from listening to both him and Belling. I heard him speaking today, and I was confused (he was talking as if he supported Constitutional Carry the whole time).

Do you think he is now backtracking to save face with conservatives? :confused:

I think so , just like the guy on Vicki's show from the NRA claiming ththe NRA is for Constitutional Carry,No Permts !No Training ! Yeah right.
This bill isn't perfect but show me one that is. I'll take take it for now and lets get it changed for the better.
 

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I think so , just like the guy on Vicki's show from the NRA claiming ththe NRA is for Constitutional Carry,No Permts !No Training ! Yeah right.
This bill isn't perfect but show me one that is. I'll take take it for now and lets get it changed for the better.
Take it right in the <expletive>...
 
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