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Stardettes wrote:________Page #288
--The phrase, 'A well REGULATED Militia',
is not being paid enough attention to, by the Supreme Court. 'REGULATED',
means the government does have legal authority to make laws about who can own guns,
and where they can be sold.
People who legally own guns shouldn't take a gun into a bank.
People who legally own a gun,
should not be allowed to pack the gun in carry on luggage on a Jet Airplane.
People on parole and probation should not have guns in their possession.
Felons should not have guns.
The full text of the 2nd Amendment reads, "A well regulated Militia being necessary to the security of a free state,
the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed".
The 3rd word of the 2nd Amendment gives the federal government the power to regulate with laws,
and codes, who can own guns, and what kind of guns can be sold. In the future,
during the next few years,
the Supreme Court will probably eventually side with elected legislators who are gun control advocates,
because the founders of the Nation spelled out,
the base foundation of the government's right to regulate the ownership of guns in America,
in the wording of the 2nd Amendment.
Date: Mid-June 2o17
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Jun 27 17 3:24 PM
Stardettes wrote:I am retired after 21 years and ten months in uniform, I've shot almost every weapon that the US Military has, from the 45 pistol to the M-16, to a 60cal machine gun. Gun control is an interesting topic, but my friend 'regulations' are for mostly for private citizens, and therefore gun control laws have not much of a matter of concern for most of my life. I just used what was issued most GI Joes, I trained on what was standard equipment for an average soldier. Many of the tools of choice, that I have been trained to use, including the bazooka, are not legal for private citizens to possess. Well anyway I don't own any weapons these days. I am relying on the City Police and other branches of Law Enforcement for security. I want the federal government to keep guns out of the hands of violent criminals and terrorists. Too many guns are out there where crooks can get them. I want the laws regarding who can own guns be strict and unbending. Last year republicans defeated a democratic sponsored bit of legislation that would have made it a crime to sell a gun to a person on the no-fly watch list. I don't understand why people on the suspect terrorism watch list are still allowed to buy guns! I want stronger laws regarding gun control, I want America to be safer.
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Monkeefan1960 wrote:Finally,You see the Irony!
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Monkeefan1960 wrote:The more He Tweets,the more that Noose will tighten around His Fat Cheeto neck of his! Won't be too long before He hangs himself,and We can say,finally, that WE TOLD YOU SO!
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Stardettes wrote:_______Page# 298
--Happy 4th of July to everyone !!!
God bless America !
God bless the good ole USA !!!
Date: Early July 2017
Jul 4 17 2:32 PM
Stardettes wrote:__________Page #295. --In west London, at the Grenfell Tower, a probable cause of the fire's spread is the external cladding. In North West London, the cladding on many Tower blocks is of a similar type, made of polystyrene and plywood. The Fire Brigade has recommended urgent fire prevention upgrades at the Chalcot estate. Because of fire safety concerns, residents were given only a small amount of time to collect their belongings. To prevent a new blaze, the government of the UK is suddenly speeding up repairs. The English have been quick to see that the fire risk is large, and that everything must now change, in order to ensure the safety of British civilians that live in the Towers. More than 700 flats have been evacuated. The Camden Council has booked hotels for most of the evacuated people, but around 100 have spent at least one night on an air mattress in a leisure centre. From here in America I can report that most American newspapers, are saying that the UK's government is now doing a fairly good job, of reacting to a big, big problem. Most of the articles in the American Press say that the UK government has been great, so far about finding funding for the emergency sheltering of the evacuated residents. It is too bad that the Grenfell Tower fire had to be 'the sign' that things must change. Fortunately what is best about the UK, is now trying to fix what is wrong with the old building codes. It is wonderful that every one is banning that old style unsafe cladding. It is entirely possible another devastating fire could happen, if the fire sprinkler systems don't work, and if proper fire doors are not installed. Even the insulation on Gas pipes in the walls of the Tower flats must be inspected. From the ash London will rise and be inspired to improve it's residential Towers. The true measure of the UK'S people will be seen as the town of London picks it's self up, cleans it's self off and gets back into the game with safer residential Towers. Good luck to all the English people! --Date: Late-June 2017,Stardettes_______
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