Letter to my representative

“Regarding the gun issue (and all issues really); We who advocate liberty are getting tired of reacting to the Left’s latest outrages. Shouldn’t they be forced to react to our “outrages”? In that spirit, I call for a bill removing all firearm restrictions on the state level, and for ordering all state and local law enforcement to prevent any federal gun law enforcement in the state. In other words, uphold and protect the constitution you’re all sworn to uphold and protect.

How’s THAT for an “outrage”? Let’s see the leftists go nuts trying to pick that one apart, and get them to feel lucky if WE only get half of OUR way this time through.

See how this works?.

Sincerely,
[Me]“

Not that it’ll have a whelk’s chance in a supernova of doing any good. We’re dealing with Republicans after all. But it has to be said, if for no other reason than to be able to say we told them so, to give them a chance to do the right thing while they still have a chance.

8 thoughts on “Letter to my representative

  1. Lyle, I’m stealing this, if you don’t mind.

    I’ll then include it with my next letters to my state senators and representatives.

    Bill

  2. While you’re at it, pass specific laws that categorize liberal demands to seize all guns and kill their owners as “hate speech”, punished by the same laws governing other protected minorities.

  3. I would like to see the following ( or similar) added to the statutes:

    “All elected representatives recorded as voting in support of any law that is later determined to be unconstitutional shall be put to death ejected from their position within seven days of such finding, and disbarred from any and all elected positions for ever.”

    There needs to be penalties, and TEETH in those penalties, for those who abridge the rights of those that they represent. If representatives vote NO on a proposed law out of fear that it MIGHT be unconstitutional, so much the better.

    • I like the idea too, but it’d would never be passed by the legislature, because they KNOW it would bite them in the ass and end their gravy-train. Their attitude is “throw a lot of stuff against the [legal] wall, and see what sticks.”

      • Essentially, it was passed some years ago and we’ve been talking about it here for years. It’s 18 USC 242 “Deprivation of Rights Under Color of Law”. Your comments are dancing around it without seeing it. I’m surprised no one brought this up. All we have to do is get it enforced.

        • And cut off their pension, too.
          Or does THAT tread too closely to Markley’s Law, coinsidering we aren’t Leftists?

        • So, would someone have to have been convicted (or at least arrested and charged) under a law that’s been overturned to have standing to sue? Or could ANYONE that is/was potentially affected by an overturned law?

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