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Old 03-17-2021, 11:10 AM
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When the left hears "Regulate" they automatically think, "News Laws"
I take exception to the word "think" as it relates to the left. They don't THINK, they feel. In this case, they FEEL that the word Regulate should mean something that it doesn't. If they had the ability to THINK logically, they wouldn't be proposing insane ideas that they do.
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Trumping the Constitution, as in the marijuana sanctuaries in assorted states?
This is, basically, just a form of nullification--whose chief nineteenth-century proponent was probably John C. Calhoun (who clashed with Andrew Jackson over this)--and which, again, some southern states attempted in the mid-nineteenth century. (If their state laws allowed for the institution of slavery, then who was to tell them otherwise?)

They went to war over this; and, to reiterate, things did not work out especially well for them...
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I'm pleased to report that this legislation is now headed to Governor Bill Lee's desk.

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Today, the Tennessee House gave final approval to NRA-supported Constitutional Carry Legislation, Senate Bill 765 /House Bill 786. This important measure now heads to the desk of Governor Bill Lee for his signature. Following a large misinformation campaign from faux-gun rights organizations and gun control proponents to derail this outcome, Tennesseans will finally be able to utilize their right to self-defense without government red tape or delays.

House Bill 786 /Senate Bill 765 allows any law-abiding adult who is legally eligible to obtain a carry permit, to carry a handgun without first having to obtain government permission. It does not affect previously issued carry permits, and allows citizens who still wish to obtain a permit in order to carry in other states recognizing Tennessee permits, to do so. Sometimes called permitless carry, Constitutional Carry would ensure that no honest, hard-working Tennessean is ever left defenseless while waiting for government permission or wading through red-tape. Bottom line: The VAST majority of Tennessean's will be able to carry a handgun WITHOUT a permit when this becomes law. Period. https://www.nraila.org/articles/2021...aign=ila_alert
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so glad you solved what 200+ years of supreme court judges could not
A sarcasm emoji does not excuse purposeful misrepresentation and lying . . .
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A sarcasm emoji does not excuse purposeful misrepresentation and lying . . .
Misrepresentation and lying are two of the arrows in her quiver, unfortunately she only has three arrows. The other is ignorance.
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