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Expansion of Red Flag laws will lead to abuses.

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    Hopefully the law will be enacted and abused. Then, the new Supreme Court can make ANY such laws illegal when the law is challenged. That would be great!! Shut’em down once and for all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    How about getting lawmaking out of the hands of the wrong people?
    ... and into whose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by frgood View Post
    ... and into whose?
    "The right people."

    I would start with people who actually support the entire Constitution, not just the parts they like or agree with.
    I want lawmakers who take that elected position seriously as a duty to serve the entire constituency from which they were elected, not just the ones who voted for them.
    I want lawmakers who are more focused on the demands of their current elected position than using it as a stepping stone to power.

    I think that would be a pretty good start.
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    would you vote for me, even if we did not agree on every piece of legislation ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    "The right people."

    I would start with people who actually support the entire Constitution, not just the parts they like or agree with.
    I want lawmakers who take that elected position seriously as a duty to serve the entire constituency from which they were elected, not just the ones who voted for them.
    I want lawmakers who are more focused on the demands of their current elected position than using it as a stepping stone to power.

    I think that would be a pretty good start.

    If only we had legislators that thought that way and voted that way on capital hill.
    That's exactly what we need in this country.
    Those that believe in the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frgood View Post
    would you vote for me, even if we did not agree on every piece of legislation ?
    Without knowing what you stand for, there is no way I can answer that question.

    Are you asking if I'm a Democrat and you're a Republican, would I vote for you? Again, it depends on your positions on topics important to me. I am neither a party-line not a single-issue voter. And beyond your specific positions, it matters to me if you appear to be seeking office for your own gain rather than that of your constituents.
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    Liberals support the Constitution too. They just disagree on what it says.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    "The right people."

    I would start with people who actually support the entire Constitution, not just the parts they like or agree with.
    I want lawmakers who take that elected position seriously as a duty to serve the entire constituency from which they were elected, not just the ones who voted for them.
    I want lawmakers who are more focused on the demands of their current elected position than using it as a stepping stone to power.

    I think that would be a pretty good start.
    I want lawmakers who don't see the legislature as a career choice, or a stepping stone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdprof View Post
    I want lawmakers who don't see the legislature as a career choice, or a stepping stone.
    Homeless derelicts don't typically run for office.
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