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Re: “People's Republic: Is Burlington Moving Leftward?

Is it moving left??? Where have you been?

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Posted by Will Waizenegger 1 on 03/13/2019 at 9:36 PM

Re: “Montpeculiar: Rodgers Resurrects Gun Debate in Vermont Senate

Senator Rodgers.... P-LEEEEEEEEEEEZZZZZZZ run. I will gladly vote Democrat if you do.

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Posted by Will Waizenegger 1 on 05/09/2018 at 3:03 PM

Re: “Gun Groups Sue to Strike Down Vermont's New Magazine Limits

In a statement of his own, Republican Gov. Phil Scott said, I'm confident the new law is consistent with the Vermont Constitution and appreciate the Attorney Generals support and commitment in defending State law."

While Scott and his minions are busy defending "state law," the state's citizens now have to defend Vermont from the state. Scott was one of the worst things to have happened to this state.

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Posted by Will Waizenegger 1 on 04/18/2018 at 7:22 PM

Re: “Into the Arena: Gov. Phil Scott Confronts the Gun Issue Head-On

"We expected people to express their point of view in some way," said Scott's chief of staff, Jason Gibbs. "I personally did not anticipate the level of intensity ... I've never seen anything like that in any public forum ever."

That's what hatred sounds like, Jason Gibbs. I hope the governor gets used to the new normal.

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Posted by Will Waizenegger 1 on 04/18/2018 at 6:56 PM

Re: “Despite Emotional Pleas, House Panel Drops Safe Gun Storage Proposal

Oh, and it's NOT "gun safety proposals." It's "gun owner control."

Please stop all this propaganda speak.

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Posted by Will Waizenegger 1 on 03/20/2018 at 4:57 PM

Re: “Despite Emotional Pleas, House Panel Drops Safe Gun Storage Proposal

They use the freshly dead beautiful children of these killings as props to push an agenda. Disgusting.

Magazine bans are completely unenforceable. Put it this way, if NY's S.A.F.E. Act only enjoyed a 4% compliance rate and the draconian Connecticut gun legislation enacted immediately after Sandy Hook only enjoyed an under 15% compliance rate, can you imagine how Vermont is going to react, compliance-wise?

Some questions:

1. How will the state enforce this, given that there are no serial numbers added to magazines? It gets more and more obvious this bill is being slapped together with bias and without any kind of subject knowledge.

By the way, the Florida shooter used 10-round magazines.

2. How will the state pay for the enforcement of this stupidity? Will law enforcement even go along with this crap? The Chittenden County Fraternal Order of Police already announced, in a formal letter, that they are against all the new rash of gun owner control legislation coming out lately ( http://truenorthreports.com/chittenden-cou… ).

3. They call these "high capacity" magazines. Unfortunately for them, there is no such thing. That's a label given these objects for propaganda purposes. Yes, they are referring to magazines that contain over 10 rounds and are roughly banana shaped. But, these are actually standard size magazines. Yes, that matters.

4. I'm assuming they're going after magazines based on rifles that personally scare these legislators. Unfortunately, the over-ten round capacity magazine ban affects more than these scary looking rifles. Many other rifles, as well. And a huge percentage of semi-automatic pistols utilize a larger than 10 round capacity. Are we now talking about a pistol ban of some kind?

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Posted by Will Waizenegger 1 on 03/20/2018 at 4:36 PM

Re: “'Shame On You': In Milton, Pro-Gun Crowd Slams Vermont Politicians

And yet, Trout, it still seems to be over your head. Are you saying you believe only guns can be weaponized?

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Posted by Will Waizenegger 1 on 03/07/2018 at 5:41 PM

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