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by PBR
Thu May 28, 2015 1:14 pm
Forum: 2015 Legislative Session
Topic: HB 910 Conference Committee
Replies: 518
Views: 57699

Re: HB 910 Conference Committee

FormerTSgt wrote:
PBR wrote:
FormerTSgt wrote:
I had been arguing with them since last night, I had over half a dozen posts on there and actually got some people to agree with me. As of a few minutes ago they deleted all my posts (Jon Jononymous) and banned me from further posting.
lol I was wondering who Jon was, yea they did mine quicker than yours. Of course don't think anyone agreed with me or at least posted agreeing. Did have a couple of likes, think one was by you. Oh well just shows that the truth hurts. Still no reply to my or your posts on Huffines page, but honestly think someone post for him cause seems he never replies to anything.
What's laughable is right after deleting our posts OCT is now asking that the amendment be stripped. Go figure.
Yea just trying to save face as much as possible

Tracker wrote:

well, I thought they were all about Rights, including the 1st
wish I could post to remind them of that
by PBR
Thu May 28, 2015 12:55 pm
Forum: 2015 Legislative Session
Topic: HB 910 Conference Committee
Replies: 518
Views: 57699

Re: HB 910 Conference Committee

FormerTSgt wrote:
I had been arguing with them since last night, I had over half a dozen posts on there and actually got some people to agree with me. As of a few minutes ago they deleted all my posts (Jon Jononymous) and banned me from further posting.
lol I was wondering who Jon was, yea they did mine quicker than yours. Of course don't think anyone agreed with me or at least posted agreeing. Did have a couple of likes, think one was by you. Oh well just shows that the truth hurts. Still no reply to my or your posts on Huffines page, but honestly think someone post for him cause seems he never replies to anything.
by PBR
Thu May 28, 2015 12:39 pm
Forum: 2015 Legislative Session
Topic: HB 910 Conference Committee
Replies: 518
Views: 57699

Re: HB 910 Conference Committee

safety1 wrote:
Would the House have some form of "point or order" regarding that 2nd concur vote....if needed. Based on the fact that the Acting Speaker at the
time told them it could go up for another Re-concur vote? Just a thought
I don't think so, cause they couldn't do it this time. I think concur vote is vote up or down only nothing else, no amendments or anything, but I'm not 100% sure. Plus I'm still not sure it could even go back for a 2nd concur vote, seems some say it can and some say it can't. Feel like this :banghead:
by PBR
Thu May 28, 2015 12:01 pm
Forum: 2015 Legislative Session
Topic: HB 910 Conference Committee
Replies: 518
Views: 57699

Re: HB 910 Conference Committee

Charles L. Cotton wrote:
"We have asked the committee to strip the amendment to get the bill passed." Grisham, a/k/a OCT.

Now that a very interesting claim, since there is no committee as yet. Now he's trying to take credit for the passage of HB910 if it can be salvaged, when he/OCT and Huffines are the reason HB910 is in jeopardy.

Chas.
my thoughts exactly, trying to save face if it ends up failing, well we asked for it to be stripped. And take credit if it does pass, we asked for it to be stripped we saved hb910. Sure wish I could post on their page, lol
by PBR
Thu May 28, 2015 11:50 am
Forum: 2015 Legislative Session
Topic: HB 910 Conference Committee
Replies: 518
Views: 57699

Re: HB 910 Conference Committee

this was just posted on oct facebook page
HB910 is under attack because police state unions would like to ignore your 4th amendment rights. The issue has always been about the law enforcement lobby wanting to continue to stop and harass folks for not doing anything wrong. We would not be here today if we already had this law in place when a Police Officer did exactly what the Huffines/Dutton/Rinaldi amendment could have stopped two years ago. It prevents law enforcement from stopping people doing nothing wrong and protects them from civil lawsuits such as the one the officers in this video are currently facing.

We have seen success and history is just a distant memory but we have to remind ourselves of the danger that a few Police (most are decent) pose to folks who are not doing anything wrong. Police approaching someone doing nothing wrong is cause for alarm, especially when you are minding your own business and a stranger makes it his business to deprive you of liberty on a whim.

The amendment was not an anti-cop amendment; it was pro-constitution. However, we have asked the committee to strip the amendment to get the bill passed. We already have a record vote on who opposes liberty that we will use next election cycle.
but nothing new on Huffines page
by PBR
Thu May 28, 2015 10:52 am
Forum: 2015 Legislative Session
Topic: HB 910 Conference Committee
Replies: 518
Views: 57699

Re: HB 910 Conference Committee

safety1 wrote:"During a filibuster, a senator is limited to topics relevant to the bill being discussed and cannot eat, drink or use the restroom during the speech. The rules also prohibit sitting or leaning on a desk or chair under any circumstances when the senator has the floor and is speaking on the bill or resolution.

Filibusters end either when the senator voluntarily yields the floor or after three violations of the rules for decorum and debate. After the third violation, the Senate can vote on a point of order, which if sustained would force the senator to yield the floor, according to the Legislative Reference Library of Texas website."

I found the answer!
well I'm not sure how it is run or done and this is probably not possible and / or stupid but what if someone that is for open carry gets up there and filibust up to the point where no time left but to vote and then steps down do they have to hear anyone else or since time is closing can they vote? sort of a reverse filibust I guess is what I'm asking, could it happen?
by PBR
Thu May 28, 2015 9:35 am
Forum: 2015 Legislative Session
Topic: HB 910 Conference Committee
Replies: 518
Views: 57699

Re: HB 910 Conference Committee

wow - just went to look at oct facebook and they deleted a post I made and banned me from further posting -- don't remember the post word for word but was along the lines of blaming Huffines and Grisham being at fault for the bill probably being killed and that the amendment was a stupid amendment that was already covered in constitutional law. also said they need to write everyone an apology letter saying they are sorry for letting everyone down if it doesnt get hashed out in committee or passed -- had many jump all on me over there for blaming Huffines and Grisham, I wanted to reply more to them but cant now.

edited: they already talking about doing more in your face tatics and marches with rifles. i replied to them go ahead all your gonna do is make them take that right away with the crazy in your face stuff, that was like pouring gas on a fire they flamed up so quick saying thats the only reason it got this far
by PBR
Thu May 28, 2015 9:03 am
Forum: 2015 Legislative Session
Topic: HB 910 Conference Committee
Replies: 518
Views: 57699

Re: HB 910 Conference Committee

ScooterSissy wrote:
harrycallahan wrote:
Beiruty wrote:In Any case, all this circus tactics are uncalled for. The house should have voted yes and done with it. It is ridiculous to vote no for A couple words difference in text. This means that the House Amendment was a poison pill by the Republican House. After all, we are not that stupid.

Disgusting!
...Fast forward to Waco. Some of those guys were CHL holders...
Where did you get the information that some of those guys where CHL holders? This is the first time I've heard that from any source.
same here, while they might of had one I havent seen or heard of any that did or at least saying they did
by PBR
Thu May 28, 2015 9:01 am
Forum: 2015 Legislative Session
Topic: HB 910 Conference Committee
Replies: 518
Views: 57699

Re: HB 910 Conference Committee

ELB wrote: Your plan kills the bill. See HarryCallahan's post above.
here is the quote from the post
v7a wrote:Texas Open Carry Bill Stalls Again Due to Political Pressure
Chairman Phillips told Breitbart Texas that Wednesday’s vote was not a vote against the open carry bill, but simply that members want to take the time to explore other options on resolving the concerns of law enforcement.

“We are going to work hard to get this bill passed,” Phillips said in a phone interview. “There is still a strong commitment from those who voted yes in April.”

Phillips said that if the Senate does not appoint their conference members or if the conference cannot reach a timely resolution that would allow the Senate and the House to approve the conference report, the House can discharge the conference committee and bring the bill back for another concurrence vote.

“I feel certain we have to votes to pass it when it comes back,” Phillips stated.
by PBR
Thu May 28, 2015 8:52 am
Forum: 2015 Legislative Session
Topic: HB 910 Conference Committee
Replies: 518
Views: 57699

Re: HB 910 Conference Committee

ELB wrote:
Your plan kills the bill. See HarryCallahan's post above.
ok guess I read it wrong or it was posted wrong but someone posted from one of the politicians tweet or facebook post that if an agreement could not be reached it could go back to the house for 2nd concur vote. will have to try and find that post now to see
by PBR
Thu May 28, 2015 6:37 am
Forum: 2015 Legislative Session
Topic: HB 910 Conference Committee
Replies: 518
Views: 57699

Re: HB 910 Conference Committee

I'm probably wrong but my best feeling to get it passed is that the conference committee cannot come to an agreement thus giving the House a second vote on it and hopefully it passes then. Cause if Senate gets to vote on it again I'm sure Ellis, West and others will do whatever they can to bust it out.

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