Texas to be a 2A sanctuary state?

ZX9RCAM

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The Woodlands, Tx.
 

Hoji

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I wish I could run for office. There are a lot of things in my past that would be brought out to use against me, and I wouldn’t get elected by the populace.
Do I ever wish I could run! I sure would!
But what I am left to do is get the message out, and don’t shoot the messenger, kinda thing.
I actively vote. I have been writing to our Congress people, and Senators.
Other than that, not much else I can do.


Hawk


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If I ever decide to run for office I truly look forward to the questions about what I did when I was in my 20s. I will answer any questions with a simple “duh, of course” ;) I would have a blast doing it, but I do not have enough reptile dna to even consider doing it.
 

Shady

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You should be more concerned with the liberals your schools are churning out.

A good portion of Californians are pro 2nd amendment.

Hell other than the mass cities in California most of the state is RED.


Y’all, I just want to make you aware that there are a ton of Californians moving here.
Not only are they moving here, but some that have been here long enough are running for political offices, and bringing their political ideologies with them, as in leftist progressive mentality.
So, we once had a Red State, is slowly but surely being turned to a blue, socialist thinking left state.
Mark my words, we will be turned into another Colorado here within the next decade or so.
Plus with Shotgun Joe being Pres., our borders are going to be open to all sorts of wrong leftist thinking and cartels.


Hawk


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RedArmy

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I sent some comments to Abbott on what he plans to do to protect our second amendment rights. I also brought up H.R. 127, I asked him what he plans to do about that steaming pile of crap. If he bothers to reply I'll post it here.


You can contact him here: Contact | Office of the Texas Governor | Greg Abbott
Select the share opinion box, a form will open up, select gun rights in the issue box and then post away.
 

p230

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No! Not do nothing! Vote, write your delegates! Get strong conservatives in office. Go actively vote.
That’s all we can do, unless others want to run for office.

Hawk
We can also try to spread our interest in firearms and the Second Amendment. Over the last couple years a couple coworkers and I have taken several others out for their first shooting session and lo and behold they like it. Most have bought a firearm or three since then and have changed their tune from "why do you need them" to "They can't have mine!" While Texas is getting its share of liberals from here and there we need to work towards the young people coming in with them when we have the chance. Again most of the people that have come to shoot with us eventually bring their kids. Just my opinion though.
 

HawkeyeSATX

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We can also try to spread our interest in firearms and the Second Amendment. Over the last couple years a couple coworkers and I have taken several others out for their first shooting session and lo and behold they like it. Most have bought a firearm or three since then and have changed their tune from "why do you need them" to "They can't have mine!" While Texas is getting its share of liberals from here and there we need to work towards the young people coming in with them when we have the chance. Again most of the people that have come to shoot with us eventually bring their kids. Just my opinion though.
You are absolutely right!
We should take them out, and have them experience the plus sides of shooting, target practice and the such.
My friend had told me, that the reason gun sales are so prevalent in his area is because of the anti-gunners buying firearms because of people threatening them to steal all of their toilet paper , water, and food.
Isn't it ironic that those who were bitching about not enough gun control laws on the books, are some of the ones out there right now buying a firearm to protect themselves and their property?
The only thing gun control laws do is make law abiding citizens targets to criminals and drug cartels.
I.E. Chicago, for one.


Hawk

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p230

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You are absolutely right!
We should take them out, and have them experience the plus sides of shooting, target practice and the such.
My friend had told me, that the reason gun sales are so prevalent in his area is because of the anti-gunners buying firearms because of people threatening them to steal all of their toilet paper , water, and food.
Isn't it ironic that those who were bitching about not enough gun control laws on the books, are some of the ones out there right now buying a firearm to protect themselves and their property?
The only thing gun control laws do is make law abiding citizens targets to criminals and drug cartels.
I.E. Chicago, for one.


Hawk

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It is ironic. Plus people who never shoot don't realize that it can be a great way to get outside and blow off stress. Target shooting involves calculations and estimations that are good for mental capacity. Plus the social aspect of having another group of people to interact with. I have a short range in my backyard a few friends have been able to come out and blow off steam without worrying about running afoul of anyone else in the process.
 

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