DC wants to see if your house is "Safe" : MERGED

DC wants to see if your house is "Safe" : MERGED

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    Glad I am not in DC. And what are the guidelines I wonder?

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    (If I lived in DC) I'd say my home is safe as soon as I have firearms lawfully possessed there.

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    No way, I have nothing to hide but if you want to search my home, bring a search warrant. Folks, it's just another step for their control. Next time they come, they'll want to record all of your firearm seral numbers,and the next time, They have to take that firearm with them, because you don't need something like that, and so on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by STORMVET View Post
    No way, I have nothing to hide but if you want to search my home, bring a search warrant. Folks, it's just another step for their control. Next time they come, they'll want to record all of your firearm seral numbers,and the next time, They have to take that firearm with them, because you don't need something like that, and so on.
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    Wow!

    Not to worry. My house is perfectly safe for me and mine.......not so much for anyone who comes in uninvited.

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    I think this is a very good program. No one is required to submit to a search. It is completely voluntary.

    I can imagine some parents are intimidated by their thug children and rather than face their criminal offspring directly they can allow authorities to confisicate weapons that are illegally possessed. It may also open communications between parents and their kids who are on their way to death or prison.

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    How nice of LE to want to "help" out. :(

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    They started a similar thing in Boston about a year ago I believe, and tried it in another city before that. Waste of resources.
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    It's a good program for the parents who lost control over their (now) thug reproductives. I wouldn't consent - I know my home is safe!
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    No thank you, but could you take my 16 yr old gang banger with you.
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    I think this program would be met with resistance in Texas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky Pilot View Post
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    Exactly! This is starting to sound way to much like Nazi Germany or the Soviet Union. Creepy...

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    uhhh, here we go again....thinking the gov't can be better parents than us
    sounds to me like its for an illusional pile of bovine excement from the gov't or its for parents that don't have the jewels to kick their kids in the rear when they need it

    as for me......I know my house is safe, and when my kid is old enough he'll have his own weapons too!
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