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"Bill would protect right to keep weapons during an emergency"

Discussion in 'Grand Canyon Glockers' started by MB-G26, Feb 28, 2007.

  1. MB-G26

    MB-G26 Bk2MiscResource Lifetime Member

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    http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/0228guns0228.html

    Ok, maybe it's my Alzheimer's surging - but isn't there a pretty big gap between (1)post-Hurricane Katrina gun-grab and (2) a war emergency?

    If perhaps I'm right and not just senile, what in the heck does the post-Katrina sitch have to do with "a war emergency"?

    Was a "state of war" declared as a result of Katrina - or a "state of emergency"?

    While I supposed it would be a good thing to have codified a prohibition against the government confiscating private weapons and (non-endangered :upeyes: ) ammo should an actual "war" break out - (and the whole semantics of what constitutes a "war", actual vs. declared vs. say, "war on terror," brings more than a rub or two) - what, exactly, is this legislation supposedly going to accomplish?

    Wierd.