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This is a discussion on MO Dept. Of Revenue Working With DHS On Backdoor tracking of CCW permits within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Spirit51 Not that surprising considering Claire McCaskill retained her seat and Jay Nixon is Governor. Both are Obama "handmaidens". Clarie spent more ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    Not that surprising considering Claire McCaskill retained her seat and Jay Nixon is Governor. Both are Obama "handmaidens".

    Clarie spent more money getting Atkins on the ballot as her opponent than she did for her actual campaign. Missouri has to correct this ability for the "other side" to stack the deck for their run. I held my nose and voted for Atkins knowing he was a idiot, but he was better than the corrupt "lap dog" of Obama's...Claire McCaskill.
    Unfortunately that's all about the stupidity of the Republican party. Remember, 4 months before Akin opened his mouth and stupid came tumbling out, Claire's election wasn't thought likely. She was losing so badly in polls back then that nobody thought she had a chance of getting the elected to the Senate. Then Akin went and showed how ignorant a person can actually be and just that fast, she was the front runner. The Repub Party should have insisted that he remove himself or, if he refused, they should have openly backed the Libertarian candidate and asked all (R) supporters to vote for him instead. Anything would have been better than allowing that imbecile to be the representation of their party.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX expat View Post
    Unfortunately that's all about the stupidity of the Republican party. Remember, 4 months before Akin opened his mouth and stupid came tumbling out, Claire's reelection wasn't thought likely. She was losing so badly in polls back then that nobody thought she had a chance of keeping her seat. Then Akin went and showed how ignorant a person can actually be and just that fast, she was the front runner. The Repub Party should have insisted that he remove himself or, if he refused, they should have openly backed the Libertarian candidate and asked all (R) supporters to vote for him instead. Anything would have been better than allowing that imbecile to be the representation of their party.
    Clarie knew when she spent all that money and had all her minions vote for him in the primary that he would "screw up". We need to find a way to stop the Liberals from stealing our primary and putting in people they know they can discredit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    Clarie knew when she spent all that money and had all her minions vote for him in the primary that he would "screw up". We need to find a way to stop the Liberals from stealing our primary and putting in people they know they can discredit.
    Nope, sorry, it's not the liberals that did that do you. Akin was well ahead of her in the polls until he gaffed and then refused to step aside. The Dems didn't put him in place in some evil scheme; he would have beaten her easily and don't forget that he was the Tea Party backed candidate, which is probably the biggest factor that won him the primary. From March to the end of August (foot in mouth day), Akin was polling far ahead of Claire. He was riding the "anti-Obama" wave and, from day one, was always beating her in the polls, hence why I said that it was widely considered a done deal that she would lose the election. Have a look at this chart to illustrate what I'm talking about.

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 - Missouri Senate - Akin vs. McCaskill

    Listen, I'm all for blaming the libs for everything under the sun if it makes sense to do so, but if any of us want things to improve we absolutely must be honest and see the failures wherever they may be. The Republican party put Claire in the Senator's seat last November and it's up to all of us to make sure that we don't allow the Republican party to either forget what they did, or abdicate their role in those events. We need them to put electable people on the ballot and hold those candidates to a certain standard. They also must have the fortitude to cut them loose, one way or another, if those candidates do something unforgivably stupid like Akin did. Continuing to stick by Akin alienated a bunch of voters and if you look at the ending tabulation of votes it's pretty obvious that a bunch of people voted for Claire for no other reason that it was a vote against Akin. No other Democrat received the votes she did and based on all the earlier polling, it wasn't because she was popular, it was because she wasn't Akin.
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    Akin only got tea party support after the primary, at least that was my impression. I thought he was a doofus from the beginning. I liked Brunner. Claire admits to helping Todd win because she felt he'd be an easier opponent.

    If you remember, the Republican party told him to step down and refused to fund him for a long time. Todd took it on himself to stay, and screwed his party.

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    Another urban legend, or should I say another urban myth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liquid150 View Post
    Akin only got tea party support after the primary, at least that was my impression. I thought he was a doofus from the beginning. I liked Brunner. Claire admits to helping Todd win because she felt he'd be an easier opponent.

    If you remember, the Republican party told him to step down and refused to fund him for a long time. Todd took it on himself to stay, and screwed his party.
    No, he was a 'Tea Party' candidate before the primary. Here's an article that talks about his affiliation with the TP from back in '11.

    Rep. Todd Akin touts tea party credentials - Columbia Daily Tribune : Local News

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    Another urban legend, or should I say another urban myth.
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    Well, most TP people i know liked Brunner. Ill leave it at that.

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    Social Security Inspector tells different story on weapons permit data

    Investigator tells different story on weapons permit data - Columbia Daily Tribune : Local News

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    A Social Security investigator was able to read Missouri's concealed weapons permit data when it arrived on a disc in January, a fact the investigator did not reveal to Missouri State Highway Patrol superintendent Col. Ron Replogle when they spoke this week.

    The new information was revealed by Social Security Administration Inspector General Patrick O'Carroll Jr. to U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer in a conversation shortly after noon yesterday, Luetkemeyer spokesman Paul Sloca said.

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    Well, Claire helped the Republicans shoot themselves. Both had a hand in mushforbrains on the ballot.

    In testimony to the Senate Appropriations Committee this week, Replogle said he had been assured by investigator Keith Schilb and his supervisor that Schilb had never seen the data on the disc, and it had been destroyed. It contained information, confidential under state law, about 163,000 people who have concealed weapon privileges.
    This is what causes me nightmares:

    "One thing this shows is the absolute carelessness which the Department of Revenue and apparently other state agencies are handling what is by law confidential information."
    Identity theft, anyone?

    When a DOR is lax and cavalier about data handled, heads should roll.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    Well, Claire helped the Republicans shoot themselves. Both had a hand in mushforbrains on the ballot.



    This is what causes me nightmares:



    Identity theft, anyone?

    When a DOR is lax and cavalier about data handled, heads should roll.
    You got that right, the whole darn thing makes me sick just thinking about how bad it probably is. And the most frightening thing is it would still be going on if not for one sharp eyed citizen who knew and understood the law and took exception with the actions of the DoR (and it's cost him is CCW permit). We owe Eric Griffin a huge thanks for bringing all of this to light.

    Possibly even more frightening than what they are doing here is the real potential that it's going on in a bunch of other places and folks just don't know about it, or quite possibly, don't even have any state laws that make it illegal (obviously that's not doing us a heck of a lot of good, but imagine what they might be doing if they had free reign over our personal information).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aceoky View Post
    This is shocking coming from MO (IMO)
    Are you kidding? Missouri is the only state (that I know of) that elected a dead guy (Carnahan) to the Senate.

    Since Carnahan was dead, his wife was "allowed" to serve in the United States Senate in his place. She had zero experience.

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    Chicago doesn't elect dead people, but it lets them vote.
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    MFN calls to immediately fire Jackie Bemboom

    Posted on Missouri Carry. com today:

    From the Missouri Family Network this morning:


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    From: Kerry K. Messer, Missouri Family Network | Defending traditional families


    Call to Immediately Fire Jackie Bemboom!

    The Department of Revenue is headed by a Director (Brian Long, since 12/13/2012, and Alana Barragan-Scott (who has worked for Nixon since 1993) Director for the bulk of the scandal timeframe, Gov. Nixon names Alana Barragán-Scott as director of Department of Revenue ). Below the Director is the Deputy Director John Mollenkamp. From there the Department is subdivided into four (4) Divisions, including Jackie Bemboom, Director of the Motor Vehicle and Driver Licensing Division.

    Of all the people (and now other agencies) involved in the rogue DOR scandal – Jackie Bemboom has played the most central part. At every turn it is her name and direct oversight
    that bears the highest connectivity to the many unlawful actions related to this growing scandal. If there is one key player who has the most involvement it is Jackie Bemboom.
    Her fingerprints are on more documents and details than everyone else combined!


    Recap:
    · DOR violates the Driver’s Protection Act which prohibits the collection of personally identifying information. Scanning citizen’s documents and creating a new database of information violates privacy rights. Jackie Bemboom created and coordinated the implementation of this new licensing system!

    · DOR violates the State’s anti-Real ID Act which prohibits implementation of Real ID. Using funds from Homeland Security, they work covertly to create driver licenses that are “compatible” to Real ID knowing the DHS defines “compatible” as the same as “compliant” with Real ID. Jackie Bemboom was directly responsible for the administration of Homeland Security grants that were ‘hidden’ from the public and the Legislature!

    · DOR violates explicit Statutory prohibition against using biometric cameras. Under oath it was Jackie Bemboom who had to admit that she had the option of using basic digital cameras, but chose voluntarily to contract (at higher prices) the use of illegal biometric cameras!

    · DOR violates Missouri’s Concealed Carry Weapons law which prohibits the disclosure of endorsees private identification to anyone other than law enforcement on an individual case by case bases. Utilizing a private vendor for “central issuance” and by creating a database assessable by fee office agents (currently discontinued) violates this provision on two fronts. Jackie Bemboom agreed to the details and signed the contract with the French company Safran’s subsidiary MorphoTrust USA, giving them, and possibly DHS, Missourians CCW status!

    · DOR violates the State Disposition of State Property laws. Having originally misled everyone to believe the old license processing equipment was only leased, DOR now says that equipment was purchased with taxpayers money. If this story is the true one (?) DOR has violated State Statutes regarding disposition of State property by allowing the new private vendor to take possession and destroy that equipment. Jackie Bemboom signed the contract allowing MorphoTrust USA to take possession of State property for the purpose of destroying it, in direct violation of the law!

    · DOR violated strict privacy protection laws by releasing the entire list of 163,000 Missouri citizen’s with CCW endorsements! Jackie Benboom is the immediate Director over the division that had maintenance and responsibility for the confidentiality of this protected list, yet she allowed it to be released!

    Jackie Bemboom, who holds a BS in Criminal Justice Administration, has no excuse for playing dumb about her role in this massive muli-year scandal and cover-up. She has been involved in virtually every step of the conversion from our old and effective licensing process system, to today. She has never once taken the opportunity to speak up! With multiple violations of State Statutes, she has time and again agreed to conspire against the citizens of Missouri and the elected members of the General Assembly!

    Jackie Bemboom serves voluntarily as a director of the AAMVA, the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators. This is the national group responsible for producing the “AAMVA DL/ID Security Framework, A Package of Decisions Based on Best Practices, Standards, Specifications and Recommendations to Enhanced Driver’s License Administration and Identification Security”. While organized as a “private” entity, the AAMVA is a foreign international effort working from federal funding to develop, among other things, biometric technology for all of North America!

    To complicate Jackie Bemboom’s conflicts of interest and subterfuge as an active leader within AAMVA while serving as Director of the Licensing Division of DOR – AAMVA was involved in
    laying the groundwork development and promotion of the passage of the federal Real ID Act! Certainly her position with both the State of Missouri and AAMVA is a direct conflict of interest!
    (visit: American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators for evidence and documentation of details in this message.)

    Jackie Bemboom was fully aware of the 2011 Region III Information Exchange between states, with a Jurisdictional Showcase on Missouri DMV. The PowerPoint presentation at that time 10/4/2011) included a “Real ID Communication Plan” including the “12-month timeline”. Followed by a discussion of the challenges of “sending the right messages to the citizens of Missouri since we are prohibited from changing procedures to be REAL ID compliant”!

    Jackie Benboom must be fired immediately!

    Contact your House and Senate members in Jefferson City to express your concern that Jackie Bemboom must be fired today!

    Call on Director Brian Long to fire her immediately!

    Call Governor Nixon and demand that she be fired now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Chicago doesn't elect dead people, but it lets them vote.

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    MO Dept of Revenue Director Brian Long resigns amid controversy.

    Missouri Department of Revenue director resigns : News

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    JEFFERSON CITY • The head of Missouri’s embattled Department of Revenue has resigned from his post, following weeks of scrutiny from state lawmakers over the agency’s handling of private information.
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