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State Fights Back. Wyoming set to FINE / IMPRISON FEDERAL AGENTS TRYING TO ENFORCE GOVT. GUN RULES.

 
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Wyoming you say? Hmmmm....

Yes, I believe this is going to be a trend. States will begin to assert that the Constitution as regards to regulation of firearms can only apply to guns not manufactured and remaining in that State.

Still other States, I believe will follow and form a pact to defend any Federal violation of States' rights of a sister State. The Fed will then be forced to think about whether it wants to touch off a Civil War over the issue.

I'm waiting for Arizona to make a move then I'll make a move and make an investment in Ruger.
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AZ is burdened with a large indigent population that heavily depends upon the feds for sustenance. The illegals have virtually emptied the state coffers by themselves. I know AZ is basically a gun-friendly state (having lived in north AZ longer than I lived anywhere) but a threat from the feds to withhold funds would get all the reservations and other 'minorities' in an uproar - so it's an interesting question which way the state will swing, isn't it?
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Honestly, this won't work. It's unconstitutional. The Federal government won't allow this to happen. I'm not for the large government, but Wyoming is just being ignorant.
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You are either very young, and an indoctrinated fool. Or just stupid, but definately one of the two, or both.
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Wyoming you say? Hmmmm....

Yes, I believe this is going to be a trend. States will begin to assert that the Constitution as regards to regulation of firearms can only apply to guns not manufactured and remaining in that State.

Still other States, I believe will follow and form a pact to defend any Federal violation of States' rights of a sister State. The Fed will then be forced to think about whether it wants to touch off a Civil War over the issue.

I'm waiting for Arizona to make a move then I'll make a move and make an investment in Ruger.

AZ is burdened with a large indigent population that heavily depends upon the feds for sustenance. The illegals have virtually emptied the state coffers by themselves. I know AZ is basically a gun-friendly state (having lived in north AZ longer than I lived anywhere) but a threat from the feds to withhold funds would get all the reservations and other 'minorities' in an uproar - so it's an interesting question which way the state will swing, isn't it?
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Yes, welfare is the carrot, along with Fed highway funds, infrastrucute, etc. Cut the welfare off, and you will not have the problem in the future. The States have whored themselves to the Feds, and the ecroachment will continue.

The reservations should not even be an issue. Federal land, they pay the welfare tab. People riot, put them in tent city jails wearing pink panties, and eating bologna.

Shit, put a 40,000 volt fence around the reservation, or just let them build casino's, problem solved.
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Honestly, this won't work. It's unconstitutional. The Federal government won't allow this to happen. I'm not for the large government, but Wyoming is just being ignorant.

You are either very young, and an indoctrinated fool. Or just stupid, but definately one of the two, or both.
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Honestly, this won't work. It's unconstitutional. The Federal government won't allow this to happen. I'm not for the large government, but Wyoming is just being ignorant.
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What specifically is Unconstitutional about it? In fact it reasserts both the second and tenth Amendments for the citizens of Wyoming and prevents the Federal Government from overstepping its power, which is something that the Federal Government has become so accustomed to doing it has become largely automatic.

“We must understand States’ don’t have rights but an obligation to use their governing power to defend their citizens’ rights whenever federal power oversteps its enumerated obligations.”
“…in keeping with, the U.S. Constitution while we oppose all efforts for federal laws and mandates beyond their granted powers no matter what moral clothing they are dressed in. Unconstitutional law, even if clothed in good intention, is still bad law and the States are obligated to check it, and declare it as such.”

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it's their day job.
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Yes, welfare is the carrot, along with Fed highway funds, infrastrucute, etc. Cut the welfare off, and you will not have the problem in the future. The States have whored themselves to the Feds, and the ecroachment will continue.

The reservations should not even be an issue. Federal land, they pay the welfare tab. People riot, put them in tent city jails wearing pink panties, and eating bologna.

Shit, put a 40,000 volt fence around the reservation, or just let them build casino's, problem solved.
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I like Joe Arpaio too!
As to casinos, they can build them if they want - so far, nobody in state government is stopping them. That's voted in with each tribe, and sometimes, the tribal council does it anyway, even when the tribal members do not want one, as with the Navajos.

The illegals don't pay any attention to gun laws anyway. All this talk of gun confiscations is directed at law-abiding Americans, and mostly at white Americans at that. Then we have a problem with out-of-state liberals moving into the state and trying to turn it into California; they've ruined Flagstaff.

You can always tell they've arrived when the no-smoking ordinances show up and local taxes sky-rocket and then the illegals - in areas we'd never seen them before - cutting grass in the liberals' gated communities. When the illegals start robbing and killing Americans, the liberals pass gun laws against the victims, not the perpetrators.
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Im all for seceding
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State plan fines feds
$2,000 over gun rules
2 years in jail also possible for agent
enforcing U.S. regulations on firearm
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Posted: March 13, 2010
12:20 am Eastern


By Bob Unruh
© 2010 WorldNetDaily


Wyoming has joined a growing list of states with self-declared exemptions from federal gun regulation of weapons made, bought and used inside state borders – but lawmakers in the Cowboy State have taken the issue one step further, adopting significant penalties for federal agents attempting to enforce Washington's rules.

According a law signed into effect yesterday by Democratic Gov. Dave Freudenthal, any agent of the U.S. who "enforces or attempts to enforce" federal gun rules on a "personal firearm" in Wyoming faces a felony conviction and a penalty of up to two years in prison and up to $2,000 in fines.

WND reported just days ago when Utah became the third state, joining Montana and Tennessee, to adopt an exemption from federal regulations for weapons built, sold and kept within state borders.

A lawsuit is pending over the Montana law, which was the first to go into effect.

But Wyoming's law goes further, stating, "Any official, agent or employee of the United States government who enforces or attempts to enforce any act, order, law, statute, rule or regulation of the United States government upon a personal firearm, a firearm accessory or ammunition that is manufactured commercially or privately in Wyoming and that remains exclusively within the borders of Wyoming shall be guilty of a felony and, upon conviction, shall be subject to imprisonment for not more than two (2) years, a fine of not more than two thousand dollars ($2,000.00), or both."

Here are answers to all your questions about guns, ammunition and accessories.

Gary Marbut of the Montana Shooting Sports Association, who has spearheaded the Montana law, now describes himself as a sort of "godfather" to the national campaign.


He said the issue is not only about guns but about states' rights and the constant overreaching by federal agencies and Washington to impose their requirements on in-state activities.

He said South Dakota, Oklahoma, Alaska and Idaho also appear to be close to adopting similar legislation, and several dozen more states have proposals in the works.

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HOMELAND REBELLION

State plan fines feds $2,000 over gun rules
2 years in jail also possible for agent enforcing U.S. regulations on firearm

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Tenth Amendment Center map showing 4 states adopting gun exemptions (in red)


According to an analysis by Michael Boldin at the Tenth Amendment Center, the federal government has used the Commerce Clause, which authorizes the regulation of commerce that crosses state lines, to regulate just about anything.

In the Montana lawsuit, the federal government's brief argues it can regulate intrastate commerce because of the Commerce Clause.

But the analysis said what the states are doing is simply a nullification.

"Laws of the federal government are to be supreme in all matters pursuant to the delegated powers of U.S. Constitution. When D.C. enacts laws outside those powers, state laws trump. And, as Thomas Jefferson would say, when the federal government assumes powers not delegated to it, those acts are 'unauthoritative, void, and of no force' from the outset," Boldin wrote.

"When a state 'nullifies' a federal law, it is proclaiming that the law in question is void and inoperative, or 'non-effective,' within the boundaries of that state; or, in other words, not a law as far as the state is concerned. Implied in such legislation is that the state apparatus will enforce the act against all violations – in order to protect the liberty of the state's citizens," he continued.

"By signing HB95, Gov. Freudenthal places Wyoming in a position of proper authority while pressing the issue of state supremacy back into the public sphere," he continued.

On a blog, one commentator noted, "This is a healthy sign. Legislators in several states working to take back sovereignty and restore constitutional government. The next step that has to be taken is to replace representatives and senators who don't support states rights. Then, the House needs to introduce impeachment proceedings against Supreme Court justices who exhibit bad behavior. Contrary to popular belief, Supreme Court justices do not serve lifetime appointments. They serve for periods of GOOD BEHAVIOR. I contend that erroneous decisions constitute bad behavior."

Learn what you can do about your nation. Get "Taking America Back," Joseph Farah's manifesto for sovereignty, self-reliance and moral renewal

According to the Casper, Wyo., Star-Tribune, the law takes effect in July and consumers could purchase guns immediately under the exemption from the state's sole firearms manufacturer, Freedom Arms, which makes revolvers in the $2,000 price range.

The newspaper reported authorities already have discussed the possible scenario of a local Wyoming sheriff arresting a U.S. marshal.

"That's a question we've sort of asked ourselves," John Powell, a spokesman with the U.S. attorney's office in Cheyenne, told the paper. "We're not exactly sure how this is going to play out."

State Rep. Alan Jaggi, R-Lyman, told the newspaper there could be confrontations.

"I think it could be a possibility if we had some overzealous – do I want to say bureaucrat? – that would just say, 'Hey, we're going to show these states we have all the authority,'" Jaggi said. "States' rights – I'm willing to say that's important enough to us to do it."

In signing Utah's law, Gov. Gary Herbert said it was time to act.

"There are times when the state needs to push back against continued encroachment from the federal government. Sending the message that we will stand up for a proper balance between the state and federal government is a good thing," said Herbert in a statement.

The Montana lawsuit was filed by state officials against U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and others seeking a court order that the federal government stay out of the way of Montana's management of its own firearms within state borders.

In a subsequent filing, the federal government demanded dismissal of the action, explaining it can regulate in-state commerce under the Constitution's Commerce Clause.

As WND reported, the action was filed by the Second Amendment Foundation and the Montana Shooting Sports Association in U.S. District Court in Missoula, Mont., to validate the principles and terms of the Montana Firearms Freedom Act, which took effect Oct. 3.

Marbut argues that the federal government was created by the states to serve the states and the people, and it is time for the states to begin drawing boundaries for the federal government and its agencies.

The government's filing in the case demands its dismissal, citing a lacking of "standing" for the plaintiffs and the court's lack of "jurisdiction," as well as the Constitution's Commerce clause. The government filing argues, "The Supreme Court and Ninth Circuit have repeatedly held that even purely intrastate activities, such as those the MFFA purports to exempt from federal law, do affect interstate commerce and thus are within Congress' power to regulate. As a result, even if plaintiffs had standing and jurisdiction existed, plaintiffs' amended complaint fails to state a claim and must be dismissed."

The Commerce Clause, however, can be interpreted to have been amended by the 10th Amendment, which is part of the Bill of Rights, adopted subsequent to the U.S. Constitution, Marbut explains.

His organization said, "The Commerce Clause was amended – by the 10th Amendment. It is a bedrock principle of jurisprudence that for any conflict between provisions of a co-equal body of law, the most recently enacted must be given deference as the most recent expression of the enacting authority. This principle is ancient. Without this principle, laws could not be amended or repealed."

For example, U.S. courts repeatedly affirmed slavery before it ultimately was rejected.

There's no question that the components of the Bill of Rights have authority: Just look at the First Amendment, Marbut explained.

The federal government had written gun dealers in Montana as well as in Tennessee when it adopted its own version of the same law that warned against following the state laws.

The letters were distributed to holders of Federal Firearms Licenses.

In the Tennessee case, Carson W. Carroll, the assistant director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, told dealers the adopted Tennessee Firearms Freedom Act "purports to exempt personal firearms, firearms accessories, and ammunition manufactured in the state, and which remain in the state, from most federal firearms laws and regulations."

The exemption is not right, the federal agency letter contends.
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I love reading these stories!!!!! There may be a chance yet!

Now we need to get calif, wash oregon etc to do the same thing in regards to Medical Marijuana!!!! (and then, all will be right in the world) verycool
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Hey climate controled zombies....welcome to these United States of America.

Yeah ass, we live in "these United States" not "the united states"

and for everyone screaming about textbooks in Texas, we are also a republic, not a democracy.

If this makes you angry, I am sorry that you were lied to.

History is History, and 30 years of leftist propaganda in America is just as big a lie as it was in Moscow in 1907.

"The dog with no teeth will bark, and piss about the yard, until it meets a dog with one tooth, then it will out law teeth..."

"The ilk of the one toothed dog will hide their teeth, and bare them at once...in one place, and repeat until respected."
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Im all for seceding
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I think all states should, then you you crazy gun toting retards can invade each other, instead of countries where you have no business
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Yes, welfare is the carrot, along with Fed highway funds, infrastrucute, etc. Cut the welfare off, and you will not have the problem in the future. The States have whored themselves to the Feds, and the ecroachment will continue.

The reservations should not even be an issue. Federal land, they pay the welfare tab. People riot, put them in tent city jails wearing pink panties, and eating bologna.

Shit, put a 40,000 volt fence around the reservation, or just let them build casino's, problem solved.

I like Joe Arpaio too!
As to casinos, they can build them if they want - so far, nobody in state government is stopping them. That's voted in with each tribe, and sometimes, the tribal council does it anyway, even when the tribal members do not want one, as with the Navajos.

The illegals don't pay any attention to gun laws anyway. All this talk of gun confiscations is directed at law-abiding Americans, and mostly at white Americans at that. Then we have a problem with out-of-state liberals moving into the state and trying to turn it into California; they've ruined Flagstaff.

You can always tell they've arrived when the no-smoking ordinances show up and local taxes sky-rocket and then the illegals - in areas we'd never seen them before - cutting grass in the liberals' gated communities. When the illegals start robbing and killing Americans, the liberals pass gun laws against the victims, not the perpetrators.
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I got Michael Moore's fat ass living in my area. Everthing is getting banned except hot dogs, and queers. Well except guns, he moved to the wrong area to try that shit.

I will swap you half the Californians for that Jabba the hut bitch.

I heard about the transplant issues with the Californians, Austin, TX is pretty much California light.
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The man behind this, the real man, I would buy him a beer.
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Im all for seceding


I think all states should, then you you crazy gun toting retards can invade each other, instead of countries where you have no business
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Don't you have some pipe bombs to make, or have the brits pretty much placated you scumbags with welfare?
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Im all for seceding


I think all states should, then you you crazy gun toting retards can invade each other, instead of countries where you have no business
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Go spit shine your pitchfork you foolish queen.
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I think all states should, then you you crazy gun toting retards can invade each other, instead of countries where you have no business
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“In our cowboy past we used to say that "God created Man, but Sam Colt made them equal." This is simple enough to understand. It means that a villager, let's say a schoolteacher, can defeat a human predator who may have spent his entire life practicing the art of war. Firearms are what tipped the balance toward civilization by eliminating a lifetime spent studying swordplay or spear play or pointed-stick play.”

“Ask yourselves why intellectual elites so love totalitarian states where people are unarmed sheep. Look at the examples of Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, Mao, and Saddam. If you hate America so much, then ask yourself why no one fu*ks with Switzerland.”


“We are a nation of immigrants, the descendents of people who had had quite enough of being told what to do by inbred aristocratic idiots and unelected intellectual effete sadists. When Europeans call us idiots, they simply show themselves incapable of recognizing the difference between intelligence, of which we are amply endowed, and intellectualism, that circle-jerk of coffee table discussion and basement politburo planning that we have never had much patience with.”

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OBAMA SAID IT HIMSELF:

he is another 'president Lincoln'

President Lincoln declared war on the southern states to prevent them from seceeding from the union.

The south collectively said 'no' we are not going to abide by federal law.

the north said..then we will kill you.

obama is the next lincoln?
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In Texas we still think of ourselves as a country. Not long ago, the only government we saw was a mayor. If a fed was coming in, the local deputies would put the word out at the local cafe. Then, people would make sure their rifles were loaded and at the front door.

Texans are already at or beyond the mad as hell and not going to take it anymore stage. And for all Rick Perry isn't, he is ranch raised Texan. He's already talked secession. I think Texans are ripe to stand up to DC.

TexCowboy
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In Texas we still think of ourselves as a country. Not long ago, the only government we saw was a mayor. If a fed was coming in, the local deputies would put the word out at the local cafe. Then, people would make sure their rifles were loaded and at the front door.

Texans are already at or beyond the mad as hell and not going to take it anymore stage. And for all Rick Perry isn't, he is ranch raised Texan. He's already talked secession. I think Texans are ripe to stand up to DC.

:TexCowboy:
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You know Texas is a great state. May I ask what happened to this Texas pride when they shoved the new hiway up your ass? If the Mexi's are flying over your towns down south why aren't you all down there stopping this shit like now. Texan's being bad! Come on.
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Honestly, this won't work. It's unconstitutional. The Federal government won't allow this to happen. I'm not for the large government, but Wyoming is just being ignorant.


#1: It is totally constitutional.
#2: since when did the federal government start caring again about the constitution?
#3: I think you are something that rhymes with HILL


From China?

hmmmmmmm
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He knows our Constitution better than the Emasculated jackass he was replying to. Good on him for thatapplause
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Put ATF agent in jail thats a little funny wont they have the keys? cruise
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This could be the start of the break-up of the US!
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Once the federal funds are cut off, what do you think will happen next?

Will the working taxpayers only pay state taxes?

It is a interesting concept, but what will but the end result?
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Where do you think the feds get there money in the first place?...
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This could be the start of the break-up of the US!
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It is written in our founding documents that if our government behaves wickedly, we have the right to remove that government and install new leaders... I am thinking this may begin to get brought out more openly in the days to come. If they pass this health care bill, it is a no brainer really. I think the idiots on the hill have greatly underestimated the tenacity and fierceness of the American people, and in epic fashion. Things are going to deteriorate rapidly if they force our hand with this unconstitutional health care bill. We kicked the shit out of England over a tax on tea when they were in their primelmao
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Im all for seceding


I think all states should, then you you crazy gun toting retards can invade each other, instead of countries where you have no business
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And once we're done with that, the state(s) that won will come after yer sorry ass country. Actually, we will start with Britain and take you sorry dingleberries out after. Actually, we may just have to toss a nuke or three on yer country, cause there's nothing redeemable worth keeping there. Except maybe the beer and redheads... but, uhm... nah.

Before we nuke, you'll be BEGGING us to invade you instead.

Then we'll turn our eyes towards France. Because we need better wine.
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In Texas we still think of ourselves as a country. Not long ago, the only government we saw was a mayor. If a fed was coming in, the local deputies would put the word out at the local cafe. Then, people would make sure their rifles were loaded and at the front door.

Texans are already at or beyond the mad as hell and not going to take it anymore stage. And for all Rick Perry isn't, he is ranch raised Texan. He's already talked secession. I think Texans are ripe to stand up to DC.

:TexCowboy:
You know Texas is a great state. May I ask what happened to this Texas pride when they shoved the new hiway up your ass? If the Mexi's are flying over your towns down south why aren't you all down there stopping this shit like now. Texan's being bad! Come on.
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Because Texans like Mexican women... dunno why, I find South American women much hotter. But they are into Mexican chicks... so when the secession starts Texas will merge with Mexico and be cammed Texaco.

Wait...
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This is the same as secession- I agree but,,,watch what happens.
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fuck yes wyoming!
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Re: State Fights Back. Wyoming set to FINE / IMPRISON FEDERAL AGENTS TRYING TO ENFORCE GOVT. GUN RULES.
HILARIOUS.

Any other thread based on World Net Daily reports automatically gets first page responses on how WND is NOT a credible source. This one, not a peep.

However, when one of these reports is aligned with some people's personal agendas, nothing is mentioned.

Again, hilarious, and so very telling.

So tell us, those who dispute WND reports, when can one decide which story is true, and which ones are propaganda?

The stupid is contagious.....
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Re: State Fights Back. Wyoming set to FINE / IMPRISON FEDERAL AGENTS TRYING TO ENFORCE GOVT. GUN RULES.
Didn't Montana say the same thing awhile back?

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