Thursday, July 11, 2013

Oregonians Dodge The Bullet This Year

Copied verbatim from the NRA-ILA website.
I saw this in the local paper yesterday.

Oregon: 2013 Legislative Session Adjourns with Victories for Gun Owners

Posted on July 11, 2013



The 2013 legislative session wrapped up in Salem this week after a contentious session filled with several anti-gun bills. These bills were a direct attack on the Second Amendment, aimed at law-abiding citizens – not criminals. These bills ranged from outright bans and registries of commonly owned firearms in House Bill 3200 to legislation aimed at restricting CHL holders with Senate Bills 347, 699 and 796, and criminalization of private firearm transfers without a background check in Senate Bill 700. With your help, all of these bills aimed at restricting the Second Amendment were defeated.

My emphasis.

I wouldn't get too excited about it, we all know that just like rust, these fucking Anti- Gun bastards never sleep.

They will be back next year.

2 comments:

  1. We got lucky this year, I would like to think that the letters and marches actually paid off. As long as we have Burdick and Prozanski in office our rights will always be under attack.

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  2. Liberals, the hate all guns but have a very special f-ing place in the collective hearts for Islam. What the hell is wrong with those people?

    -Moe

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