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Missouri Vote to Legalize Machine Guns

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Plus arrest any federal agents who try to seize them....

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A new bill confronting Missouri lawmakers and set for vote on Wednesday would give broad rights to gun owners in the state, allowing them to own machine guns and guaranteeing that federal authorities could not seize them.
Any federal agent who did try to confiscate the high-powered weapons, currently banned by federal law, would be arrested, the bill says, as CNN reported.


And one more gun ownership right in the bill: If passed, nobody would be allowed to publish information about those who own the weapons, CNN reported.

“There are people saying this is the same as seceding from the Union,” said gun owner Kevin Jamison in the CNN report. “Missouri did not secede from the Union in 1862, and it does not do so by passing this law.”

The bill’s already received the stamp of approval once from the House and Senate, which are controlled by Republicans. It was ultimately vetoed by Gov. Jay Nixon, who’s a Democrat. But now, lawmakers are launching an override and hoping to pass it into law, and the bill’s sponsor is optimistic about its chances for passage.

“This bill doesn’t put one new gun on the street,” said state Rep. Doug Funderburk. “It strictly says that Missouri is going to protect the Second Amendment rights of Missourians.”

The specifics of House Bill 436, CNN said: The proposal would criminalize any attempt to make gun buyers undergo background checks or publish names of gun owners in any venue. The proposal would let residents own machine guns. The bill would declare it a misdemeanor offense for any federal agent to attempt to enforce federal gun laws that conflict with the state’s provisions.



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Lol, I would love to see a local cop telling the ATF they are under arrest.

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View PostLarge Marge, on 16 August 2014 - 09:21 AM, said:

I would suck a fart out of her ass and hold it in like a bong hit
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Now if y'all will just take college baseball seriously

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Great job mizzou. Now if the rest of the country would just follow the Tigers

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As much as I wish it weren't the case, that's not gonna work. Prohibiting state and local law enforcement from helping enforce the federal laws is about as far as you can go...

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We may be on the cusp of a real revolution.... people are slowly but surely waking the fk up.
When it's 3rd and 10, we shuffle out our secret weapon... he's the only person we ever want calling the next play... some call him the twelfth man.... we call him the whiskey drinker...

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View Postnova, on 11 September 2013 - 03:26 PM, said:

As much as I wish it weren't the case, that's not gonna work. Prohibiting state and local law enforcement from helping enforce the federal laws is about as far as you can go...

right, but Constitutionally, it SHOULD be enough

passing this law is a good 1st step - the 1st step in any recovery is admitting you have a problem

this law at least gets attention and gets people talking
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What makes you think Bama is head and toes above MSU?
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View Postadfalcon, on 11 September 2013 - 03:38 PM, said:

Welcome to the SEC you yankee :lanekiffin:ers

Call us Yankees one mo' time :trollface:

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View PostLarge Marge, on 16 August 2014 - 09:21 AM, said:

I would suck a fart out of her ass and hold it in like a bong hit
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Its always good to see a state stand up for itself when the Feds get too big for their britches.

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Forget what I said earlier @chunkybeefstu @Mizzou_Fan
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 Hoganknows, on 23 June 2013 - 05:47 AM, said:

Tennessee will rise to the top very soon

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View Postptclaus98, on 14 September 2013 - 01:53 PM, said:

Forget what I said earlier @chunkybeefstu @Mizzou_Fan

I didn't see what you said earlier, so is forgetting it good for me or bad???
GO TIGERS!

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