GRAA Open Letter to CT Governor Malloy

GRAA Open Letter to CT Governor Malloy

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    GRAA Open Letter to CT Governor Malloy

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    The heat Is on
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    In Gibson v. Commonwealth, 237 Ky. 33, 34 S.W.2d 936 (1936), the High Court stated:  “[I]t is the tradition that a Kentuckian never runs.   He does not have to.”

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    Never try to argue with an idiot, they'll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience...
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    Nicely written letter. The Governor better blink because the free men won't.
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    It's just better to knuckle under. The State knows what's best for us plebes. How dare we question their judgement?

    It's not the American way to question authority. Never in our history have we done so!
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    Arguing with the people that put this law into effect (Gov Malloy and co.) won't do any good. They aren't here to reason with you on the finer points of the 2nd Amendment. Check out the expose on the guy in the CT Administration in charge of rounding up weapons (Mike Lawlor, Under Secretary, State of Connecticut, Office of Policy and Management, Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division)

    Sipsey Street Irregulars: An Open Letter to Michael Lawlor, the CT Governor's Hatchet Man on Firearms Confiscation. "How's your KGB file hangin', Mike?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigWanad View Post
    Arguing with the people that put this law into effect (Gov Malloy and co.) won't do any good. They aren't here to reason with you on the finer points of the 2nd Amendment. Check out the expose on the guy in the CT Administration in charge of rounding up weapons (Mike Lawlor, Under Secretary, State of Connecticut, Office of Policy and Management, Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division)

    Sipsey Street Irregulars: An Open Letter to Michael Lawlor, the CT Governor's Hatchet Man on Firearms Confiscation. "How's your KGB file hangin', Mike?"
    HERE is what he (Lawlor) said in a very recent interview though

    Mike Lawlor, “the state’s top official in criminal justice,” suggested that perhaps the Connecticut firearms unit could have “sent them a letter.”

    He assures that a forceful push to prosecute gun owners will not happen at this point.
    "Changed his tune " very quickly when the reality took hold
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    In Gibson v. Commonwealth, 237 Ky. 33, 34 S.W.2d 936 (1936), the High Court stated:  “[I]t is the tradition that a Kentuckian never runs.   He does not have to.”

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    True, but on paper he just turned thousands of CT citizens and notably, members of his political opposition into felons overnight.

    That won't go away.

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    Not really (or exactly) without charges, trials and convictions they have done nothing - since they're not even trying to enforce it that is not going to happen - fact is they "thought" by making it a Felony folks would be scared into compliance- it backfired they know they cannot try/convict/jail > 100,000 Tax Paying Citizens that are law abiding (other than this BS) and frankly the BS doesn't do ONE thing to make anyone "safer" (or even "feel safer" ) and I think they know that as well. The cost of the inevitable appeals - IF they started trying to enforce this would be more than they could bear, it was a no go from the get go - So long as the vast majority did not comply
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    In Gibson v. Commonwealth, 237 Ky. 33, 34 S.W.2d 936 (1936), the High Court stated:  “[I]t is the tradition that a Kentuckian never runs.   He does not have to.”

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