Second Amendment Protection Act of 2005

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Second Amendment Protection Act of 2005

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Post by dolanp » Tue Apr 26, 2005 11:18 am

Rep. Ron Paul (TX) has introduced the Second Amendment Protection Act of 2005 which would remove all of the 'sporting purposes' tests and clauses from the Internal Revenue Code and the United States Code. It would also remove power from the Attorney General.

This would be a great win for citizens against the arbitrary and unconstitutional determinations made by the Attorney General and the BATFE.

Link to HR1703.

Write your local representative and tell them to cosponsor and support this bill.
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Post by Kalrog » Tue Apr 26, 2005 12:08 pm

The only thing about Ron Paul that ticks me off is that I never have the oportunity to vote for him since I am not in his district...


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Ron Paul is OK!

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Post by SFC Stu » Wed May 04, 2005 8:30 pm

Kalrog, you may not be able to vote for him, I can't either! He says what's right and does what's right! We can't vote for him, but I have sent money to him in the last 2 elections! SFC Stu


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Post by Kalrog » Thu May 05, 2005 8:13 am

I actually haven't sent money to him as he usually runs unopposed - he would wipe the floor with anyone that tried!

But I do use him as an example of how my other representatives should vote. Cornyn, Hutchison, Carter, ...

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Post by Paladin » Thu May 05, 2005 9:51 am

With the redistricting I voted for Ron Paul in the last election. He did run unopposed last time, but in the past, on occasion, the democrats and even some republicans have tried to oppose him.
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