Things to do today: 1. Draft house bill 634 that makes it a felony for any house member that votes against, or indicates “present”, on house bill 633!
Comment by Colonel Jerry USMC — February 19, 2013 @ 9:35 am
Betcha the Prog took an oath that contains the phrase “support and defend the Constitution”, and their gun bill makes them guilty of violating their oath. Isn’t that already a crime?
Maybe they’ll name their bill gun grab the Adam Lanza*spit* Memorial bill.
Speaking of which,
Another drugged up loser living in mommy’s basement stole guns, which is AGAINST THE LAW.
Under the influence of psychotic video games and his drugs, he shot and killed his own mother, which is AGAINST THE LAW,
He transported these guns loaded, which is AGAINST THE LAW.
He brought guns onto school property, which is AGAINST THE LAW,
He broke into the school, which is AGAINST THE LAW.
He discharged the weapons within city limits, which is AGAINST THE LAW.
He murdered 26 people which is AGAINST THE LAW.
He committed suicide, which is AGAINST THE LAW.
And the power grabbing Progs think passing ANOTHER law banning guns will protect us from nanny state bred monsters?
Not hardly, they don’t give a damn, or they’d do a better job of enforcing things like immigration laws and police up activities within their own ranks that would be felonies for us proles.
Their objective is total control and feathering their own nests and feeding their egos at our expense.
Armed citizens and truly free (non PC) speech are obstacles in their path.
Comment by dick, not quite dead white guy — February 19, 2013 @ 9:56 am
The fuse has been lit– will anyone have the balls to put it out?
Comment by geezerette — February 19, 2013 @ 11:19 am
It think that’s one of the funniest things I’ve ever read.
I had a post all ready to go when I read yours, Missy.
I wanted desperately to use this old poster:
Now, you’ll never know the joke that went with it. So there.
Comment by DougM (Progophobe) — February 19, 2013 @ 2:24 pm
Article I, Section 8 echos the Federal First Amendment.
Article II, Section 19:
“Source: Const. of 1875, Art. IV, Sec. 17.
Section 19. Legislative privileges.—Senators and representatives shall, in all cases except treason, felony, or breach of the peace, be privileged from arrest during the session of the general assembly, and for the fifteen days next before the commencement and after the termination of each session; and they shall not be questioned for any speech or debate in either house in any other place”
“any other place” would likely include a Missouri courthouse. This echos language in the Federal Consitution as well. So my guess would be that this law likely would be found unconstitutional at the Missouri State level.