The gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
"First steps..." Yeah, first steps towards civil war in this state. I will not comply.
Due to the fact that Illinois is politically joined at the hip with Washington, it would be wise to assume that Obama and the senate will introduce a copy cat piece of legislation. Not that any of it really matters as I am of the opinion that nothing short of divine intervention will stop a shooting war. This issue, like war, will take on a life of it's own. Also, like war, all plans are good until the first shot is fired. When congress reconvenes later this month, the first casualty will be common sense.
Compliance with a ban in Illinois will be similar to what was seen with Roberti-Roos in California. At that point the state government may take one of two steps. Either claim victory and allow upwards of 80% of "assault weapons" in the state to remain in the hands of a newly created class of criminals, or start house to house searches to find and seize them. If the second route is taken, Illinois residents, both gun owners and law enforcement will die during those searches.The results will be as unpredictable and surprising to both sides as were the events of April 19, 1775.Regardless, there will be no way to put the toothpaste back in the tube. Whether you call the results a civil war or a revolution is of no consequence. The participants will have no control over whether one starts or not once an unknowable threshold is crossed.
Can you say "non-compliance"?I suspect that the Red Chinese have told Barry that he must disarm American civilians, or they won't buy any more of the debt he's racking up.
Canada’s “Long Gun Registry”, introduced in 1995 and came around into full effect in the year 2003, ended up costing $67 million per year (after saying it would only cost $2 million per year) and so many Canadians told the national govt in Ottowa to go pound sand that it was rendered a worthless effort which was a black hole for millions of dollars. It’s estimated that non-compliance was over 70%. It was finally repealed early last year.
Keep it clean. A way to get your two cents in.http://my.ilga.gov/WitnessSlip/Create/57242?committeeHearingId=10412&LegislationId=57242&CommitteeHearings-page=1&_=1357221355842
Looks as though this minor skirmish has been won. It has been announced that the scum do not have the votes to move it to the Senate floor. Stay tuned for a more involved battle in a few weeks when it re-emerges under a different name/number. Its never 'over' in IL - just short breathers to reload.
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