Connecticut Cops now Class D felons

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    68% of Connecticut cops have failed to register their guns under their new law. I wonder how many of those cops will arrest themselves? There are allegedly 100,000 new felons in Connecticut at the present. Looks like they need to build more prisons!

    It is also public record on who owns these unregistered guns. Public record???!!!

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    Declare Marshall Law.............call out the Girl Scouts.........or better yet, lets have a Beer Summit.

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    Now that's awkward. But, if it's public record can we look up that guy who said "you're un-American ma'am"? Maybe he has something to declare to his department.

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    Many things can be settled in a beer summit! Oh Lord, please do anything, but don't send in the girl scouts!

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    Declare Marshall Law.............call out the Girl Scouts.........or better yet, lets have a Beer Summit.
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    If that's true, then I can't see how they can lawfully take action against a citizen without first cleaning their own mess. I mean, I know they can but it may help a defense if a felon was empowered to take police action vs a felon. Tangled web... lunacy. This is like a darn cartoon.

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    Want to fix it? The solution is simple.

    Every single member of the Connecticut Legislature that cast a vote for that law that clearly goes against the U.S. Constitution needs to be arrested and tried for perjury and treason.
    I would rather stand against the cannons of the wicked than against the prayers of the righteous.


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    Why not the Girl Scouts................some feel more at ease dealing with girls than they do with MEN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    Want to fix it? The solution is simple.

    Every single member of the Connecticut Legislature that cast a vote for that law that clearly goes against the U.S. Constitution needs to be arrested and tried for perjury and treason.
    Oh no we can't do that, they are above the law, if you have any doubts ask them. They consider themselves the elete, the law does not apply. In this years elections there is one encumbent I will vote for and that is the new woman senator that voted against these bills.
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    Well................the good people of your state elected them.

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    I thought I read that CT went back and exempted LEO's? Maybe I was thinking about NY?

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    It's a mess...........in both Ct. and NY.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xXxplosive View Post
    Well................the good people of your state elected them.
    It was not my vote that did it

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    68% of Connecticut cops have failed to register their guns under their new law.
    Proof?

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    I vote against nearly every incumbent. That's my method of term limits and preventing political careerism. It's the rare individual who's done a good enough job that warrants a second vote from me.
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    Right...............turn over is the ticket......get these dead beat lawyer types out.

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