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(The New York Times)   Gun bill in Missouri could test the limits of State laws meant to nullify Federal laws and who knows could possibly wind up with the SCOTUS limiting the whole concept of Federal supremacy   ( divider line
    More: Scary, U.S. Supreme Court, Missouri, federal law, state law, Missouri General Assembly, U.S. law, rural district, Missouri Republican Party  
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2013-08-28 08:40:02 PM  
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Mentat: The voters in his largely rural district have voiced overwhelming support for the bill, he said. "I can't be Mr. Liberal, St. Louis wannabe," he said. "What am I supposed to do? Just go against all my constituents?"

'My constituents are a bunch of ignorant vicious peckerwoods and I wouldn't get re-elected if I voted against ignorance, viciousness, or peckerwoodism.  Let's keep track of what's important: my job.'
2013-08-28 07:36:59 PM  
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BraveNewCheneyWorld: It's well within a state's rights to reclaim for its citizens, the rights which the federal government illegally restricted.

Hover 'round children and I will tell you the story of how you were emancipated from the United States.
2013-08-28 07:14:25 PM  
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BraveNewCheneyWorld: jake3988: We are STATES. NOT NATIONS.

We're not the european union.

The bill of rights is a contract which the federal government has broken.  It's well within a state's rights to reclaim for its citizens, the rights which the federal government illegally restricted.

You know what? You're right.  Lets have another civil war!  YEEEEEE HAAWWWWWWWW
2013-08-28 06:00:58 PM  
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He said that another provision of the measure, which makes it a crime to publish the name of any gun owner, violates the First Amendment and could make a crime out of local newspapers' traditional publication of "photos of proud young Missourians who harvest their first turkey or deer."

So those Sandy Hook kids weren't killed or murdered, they were only harvested. Like Cabbage Patch kids, only with firearms.
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