Thursday, February 28, 2013

Firearms Protection Act calls 2A a contract with Feds

Austin – Rep. Steve Toth (R-Woodlands) uses the reasoning that when Texas became a state, the right to keep and bear arms did not include the restrictions on firearms proposed by President Obama.

Click here to read the 23 proposals signed as Executive Orders by President Barack Hussein Obama and incorporated into proposed federal bills by certain Congressmen and Senators. 

Under the terms of the 10th and 9th amendments, according to HB No. 1076, “The guaranty of those powers is a matter of contract between the state and people of Texas and the United States dating from the time Texas became a state.”

Freshly placed in the hopper, the bill would require penalties including conviction of a Class A Misdemeanor for anyone who tries to enforce new federal laws that infringe on a person's right to keep and bear arms.

The proposed law would also extract attorney's fees, costs of court, appeals and depositions from the government if any criminal or civil litigation arises.

Remember the last time we got in this hassle? It all started with a new state law that would allow concealed carry of handguns, and the Chiefs of Police, the Governor, and a number of other people in AUTHORITY were totally opposed...

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