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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Texas proposes criminalizing Federal 2A Infringements

I mentioned there is significant interest from some folks in the great State of Texas to locate certain III assets along the Gulf Coast.  A significant number of you weighed-in.  You seem to like the idea, too.

Bob Owens is reporting that Texas is considering whether to join Wyoming in making it illegal for Feds to enforce anti-2A laws in the state.

I'm only one guy with an idea for another business in the 2A arena (not III Arms) and I also have a fondness for the idea of a small-scale Citadel in that part of Texas.  But I can say this: If Texas follows through and double-dawg-dares FedGov to stay out of Texas with anti-2A crap, I'll make it happen.  I'll make sure one of my businesses locates in the Gulf area and that we pursue a Citadel.

But none of that wishy-washy stuff as happened with airport scanners.

Do your Texan politicians have what it takes to do this and mean it?

Here's the link.

Kerodin
III

4 comments:

  1. Most do. Our Attorney General Greg Abbott is a bulldog.

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    1. Abbott is actually a decent AG.

      He would make a solid Constitutionalist govenor. He would strengthen Texas more than dapper Rick could imagine.

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  2. Wyoming wimped out. The cheese stands alone. Hope Texas has better results.

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  3. bitter clinging texanFebruary 22, 2013 at 12:14 PM

    it wont get passed. Not because there is a lack of support for it among the populance OR the legislature, but because the Texas legislature only meets for a very short time every year and for that reason, hardly anything even gets discussed much less voted on other than your very basic budget type stuff

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