This is a discussion on State Of Emergency -- no guns ?? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Janq, great response and great use of your brain/logic . . ....
Janq, great response and great use of your brain/logic . . .
Don"t let stupid be your skill set....
And Shepards we shall be, for Thee, my Lord, for Thee,
Power hath descended forth from Thy hand, So that our feet may swiftly carry out thy command,
And we shall flow a river forth to Thee, And teeming with souls shall it ever be,
Wow....I guess this is one of the states that didn't have the post-Katrina laws passed that prohibited this kind of nonsense.
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martyr is a fancy name for crappy fighter
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Let's read what they say:
Under North Carolina law, May said, when a state of emergency is put into place that includes a ban on driving, the sale of alcohol and carrying of firearms in vehicles is also banned
obviously if there is a ban on driving, then how can you carry a firearm in the vehicle that you are not allowed to drive.
This is the craziest thing I've heard since Pres Clinton's answer about Monica Lewinsky, (depends on what the definition of is is) yeah I didn't get it either
Timid people sleep peacefully at night because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.
Why should the Chief of police lose her job? For following the law? She did not declare the state of emergency.
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Janq, I think your answer depends on the theory that law enforcement will adhere to the law during times of crisis (a theory that past occurances do not support). I think in times of major crisis, it is more likely than not that law enforcement will come down hard on personal freedoms, and that like in New Orleans, disarming the people will be the order of the day. At that point decisions about whether or not to allow this will have to be made.
when was the "state of emergency" put in effect? from what i gathered it was during 12am to 5am sunday. dont quote me cause i could be wrong but another point is looks like it was just for the weekend. MHO im not going to be out around midnight to 5am theres no need to be UNLESS there was a serious emergency other then that why worry about it honestly, sure it may disrupt your "civil rights" but trust me they could do WAY worse then that. look at other countries who are way stricter way i see it be glad for what we have now. theres no sense in griping about the little things, because in the end no matter whats said or done the reality of it is the government will ALWAYS do what they want in certain cases its better to take your licks and move on then fight.
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