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And they already do Danny. Many states have CCW reciprocity agreements with states that have similar standards as their own. The attempt to impose a NATIONAL standard applicable to all states, though, is just a transparent attempt to water down CCW regulations throughout the country.

What's the next step? National open carry reciprocity laws? Carry a loaded weapon anywhere anyone wants to?
That wasn't even permitted in the Old West.
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And they already do Danny. Many states have CCW reciprocity agreements with states that have similar standards as their own. The attempt to impose a NATIONAL standard applicable to all states, though, is just a transparent attempt to water down CCW regulations throughout the country.

What's the next step? National open carry reciprocity laws? Carry a loaded weapon anywhere anyone wants to?
That wasn't even permitted in the Old West.


What if a national permit was issued at the highest standard? Sure states can have their own but a national permit could also be created. Anyone with a federal permit is clear to carry in all 50 states.

Fair?
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I would object that a national permit is unConstitutional.
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Yea me too.
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I would object that a national permit is unConstitutional.


Why so?
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On 2013-05-09 18:30, Dannydoyle wrote:
Yea me too.


Why?
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I would object that a national permit is unConstitutional.


Why so?

Count to 10 (much)?
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No need for sarcasam. Robert has expressed an arguement so answer him. You guys complain about attacks yet attackna LOT.
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I do have to sleep from time to time.

It's unConstitutional because establishing a license to exercise a God-given right guaranteed by the Bill of Rights is not one of the powers of Congress enumerated in the Constitution.
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No need for sarcasam. Robert has expressed an arguement so answer him. You guys complain about attacks yet attackna LOT.


Actually Robert has been consistently rude, condescending and aggressive in both gun threads.
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Actually it is well known that the word gun triggers rudeness and flights of fancy.
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I do have to sleep from time to time.

It's unConstitutional because establishing a license to exercise a God-given right guaranteed by the Bill of Rights is not one of the powers of Congress enumerated in the Constitution.


Well on that I agree. But I don't see that happening anytime soon. Too many folks like those in these discussions who prefer government control to freedom.
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No need for sarcasam. Robert has expressed an arguement so answer him. You guys complain about attacks yet attackna LOT.


Actually Robert has been consistently rude, condescending and aggressive in both gun threads.


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No need for sarcasam. Robert has expressed an arguement so answer him. You guys complain about attacks yet attackna LOT.


That's their MO. I take no offense.
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You know there is a very good reason why none of us ever talk to Robert Smith. LOL


LOL
You're still mad I ignored your private message to me. You may say you don't talk to me but the fact is you're obsessed with me. You want to interact with me, Al. You KNOW it.
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No need for sarcasam. Robert has expressed an arguement so answer him. You guys complain about attacks yet attackna LOT.


Actually Robert has been consistently rude, condescending and aggressive in both gun threads.


So to prove he is wrong and the behavior is bad it is duplicated?
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No need for sarcasam. Robert has expressed an arguement so answer him. You guys complain about attacks yet attackna LOT.


Actually Robert has been consistently rude, condescending and aggressive in both gun threads.


So to prove he is wrong and the behavior is bad it is duplicated?


Do as I say not as I do and all that.
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Returning to the title of this thread, gun violence is not exactly "down" in Chicago, where it seems, despite (because?) of the strictest "gun control" laws in the Nation, they are certainly "down with it" -

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May 26, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- At least 17 people have been shot over the Memorial Day weekend, and six of them died.

The most recent victim was a man shot on the Near North Side just before 3 a.m. Sunday. Chicago police say the 42-year-old victim was shot in the head in the 1000-block of North Branch Street.

Another man died after he was shot in the head in a possible drive-by Saturday night in the 7300-block of South Dorchester.

Among the other victims was Leetema Daniels, 17, who was shot in the head Friday night in the 400-block of North Central Avenue. Another 18-year old man was seriously wounded in the same shooting.

There had been no arrests in that case Sunday.
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