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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Burglars will no longer be provided with list of potential targets...


Good news for us...bad news for burglars!

 The NC house, by a large margin (97-20) has voted that burglars in NC should no longer be provided with access to a government listing of which homes likely have guns to steal! 

The Bill  (House Bill 17 ) which included Jonathan Jordan as a sponsor, now moves to the Senate.
Text of Bill here

11 comments:

guy faulkes said...

This bill contained good news and bad news. Only half of it was presented. The portion allowing concealed carry in restaurants that serve alcohol was removed. this is the bad news.

If such a bill is not approved this year, I predict an interesting primary season and no hope for Tillis in his run for Hagan's seat.

NewGuy said...

Guy, Once again - I am kinda a "glass half full" sort of guy when it comes to legislation. Sometimes you just can't get all you want and you may compromises and get what you can. Perhaps the concealed carry portions will be added in on the Senate version. Perhaps they will have to wait for another time. But, in the environment we are in now, any kind of legislation which advances the cause is - to me - welcome!

guy faulkes said...

NewCut, the establishment leadership kept this in committee last time. If it does it again this year, there is certainly going to be some changes made in the makeup of the Republican party. I do not know if there will be enough to do away with the current leadership, but it will move in that direction.

If it does not pass this year, Tillis had just as well withdraw from the senate race now. He cannot get the nomination, much less the seat.

The question is whether it would turn the momentum away from the Republican party in favor of the Democrats. I do not know. I hope not. It would depend on how the primaries turn out.

guy faulkes said...

It looks like concealed carry in restaurants still has a chance as does the Republican party.

http://grnc.org/grnc-alerts-archive/446-grnc-alert-3-27-13-pro-gun-bills-filed-in-nc-senate

Johnny Rico said...

This is all the RINOs can give us? Just like the Watauga County Commissioners, they give us window dressing - status quo to make it look like they are doing something when, in fact, they just want the gun issue to go away.

Municipalities throughout North Carolina have banned the Constitutional Right to carry guns in parks, and all the RINO Republitard Legislature can come up with is some bill to prevent names and addresses of permit holders to be published? This is called playing it safe folks. They are playing it safe by looking like they care about gun rights, when in fact they know neither side will have any problem with this bill.

Still waiting on liberal Republitards like Skip Stamm, Phil Berger, and Thom Tilleson to start putting power where it belongs - in the hands of the people. We need Constitutional Carry here in NC - in other words you can carry concealed or openly with no interference on the part of law enforcement like we have now (permits). How do you permit a Constitutional Right.

Vote the RINO County Commissioners and State Legislatures out of office immediately. I also understand that Mike D(ummy) has challenge the unbeaten Johnny Rico to some kind of arguing contest. LOL!!! That would be like a Roman peasant arguing with Julius Caesar. LOL!!! What a dolt.

Watauga County Commissioners are the problem, not the solution. Vote those freedom destroyers out of office.

guy faulkes said...

The state legislature is moving in the right direction. Here are a couple of examples.

http://grnc.org/grnc-alerts-archive/448-grnc-alert-3-30-13-lawful-citizens-self-protection-act

http://openstates.org/nc/bills/2013/...s/NCD00021498/

NewGuy said...

Guy, your second link is "dead"....

But, I agree with your main point. The legislature and the Watauga County Commissioners seem to me to be moving in the right direction pretty consistently. No, they haven't passed everything I would like to see passed - but, for the most part, what they have passed has been positive.

I can't recall any gun legislation that has been passed under this Republican legislature that I disagree with. JR has a point - some of it hasn't gone far enough - but we are making serious progress thanks to legislators like Jonathan Jordan and Dan Soucek!

Johnny Rico said...

Johnathan Jordan and Dan Souchek are indeed heros. They fought against Boone zoning laws and unethical usage of New River Water by Boone. Now they've introduced some decent gun legislation that puts power in the hands of the proletariat. These two have it right. They know they exist to empower the people, not the Republitard establishment. If the rest of the Republicans will listen to them, we might get somewhere.

guy faulkes said...

Thank you, NewGuy, I only got part of the link.

http://openstates.org/nc/bills/2013/HB465/documents/NCD00021498/

guy faulkes said...

OK, I give up. Try this one.

http://www.ncleg.net/Sessions/2013/Bills/House/PDF/H465v0.pdf

Johnny Rico said...

I see Mike D (ummy) didn't want any part of ole Rico. What a quitter and a coward. I won (as usual).