Firearms Freedom Act ~ State Laws vs Federal Government Laws

So far there are five states who have passed laws protecting Americans rights to bear arms and are no longer subjected to rule-making arm in the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. The state of South Dakota has now joined Montana-Tennessee-Utah-Wyoming as the federal government attempts to enforce a federal law on "Personal Firearms"!

The Firearms Freedom Act
also reveals that other states either with pending
legislation or pending plans include Alabama, Arizona, Colorado,
Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan,
Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania,
South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia.

Through these states, laws are being passed not only exempts guns but also laws that shield themselves from government unconstitutional health care, cap & trade, global warming taxes, and more! States are in the fight to protect their American citizens from Federal Government unjust movements for power and control.

The rebellion is at hand between States and Federal Government as things further heats up with a fight for the people. Do you really think Washington is taking notice or getting a clue? Absolutely NOT! Government has proven throughout this past year that they really don't care what the American People want or don't want! This administration continues to decline any and all rights of the American People all for political gain and power. While the Federal Government ignores the people, States are turning in rebellion against the federal government for the protection of the peoples rights...more will follow as the federal government hopes some judge on the supreme court will through out these laws suits filed from the states.

What Washington does against our Constitution, States are now stepping in to trump those Federal Laws! States can make a difference when violations of the US Constitution made by the federal government not delegated to it, those acts are voided! This is the way we can fight the unconstitutional violations through this administration government! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK ~~ FOR THE PEOPLE!

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  • Mordecai Jones 2010/03/16 19:40:31 (edited)
    Mordecai Jones
    The Federal government was never intended to be the government of the people. The Federal government was intended to be the government of the States and the States would be the government of the people.

    It is about time that the States would finally decide to act as the government of the people.

    I will be happy for this to take place in Texas.

    (Edited due to a Mescal shortage)

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  • texasred 2010/03/31 17:21:36
    Obama is going to keep it up and most of the states are going to spit in his eye.
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  • TrueRedWhite&Blue 2010/03/19 23:29:59
    I'm moving out of this red state, as soon as I can.
  • BornToB... TrueRed... 2010/03/20 03:01:45
    Good Luck and I hope your move with prove to be a better one for you!
  • TrueRed... BornToB... 2010/03/20 03:14:10
    Thank You.
  • BornToB... TrueRed... 2010/03/20 05:14:42
    Your welcome :)
  • texasred TrueRed... 2010/03/31 17:22:27
    I don't think you can afford to live in California. Their taxes are unbelievable!!!
  • TrueRed... texasred 2010/03/31 19:31:37
    I was born and raised here.
    It's definately time for a change though.
    The taxes are unbearable and are going to only get worse, as the same goes for gun laws here.
    I'm literally living behind enemy lines.
  • texasred TrueRed... 2010/03/31 20:52:06
    California? I absolutely love the beauty of California. Lived there for 13 years and then went to Texas (not as beautiful, but a fantastic place to live and raise children), job transfer. But it was getting too crowded in CA back in '93. It's worse now: the traffic is terrible, the graffiti is terrible, the taxes are terrible. What a shame. We visit friends, but even if I could afford to live there now, I wouldn't.
  • TrueRed... texasred 2010/03/31 21:55:11
    I have always liked Texas.
    There's a county named for one of my relatives who was murdered at the Alamo. I didn't believe my father when he would tell me this. You know, He was not lying to me.
    The county seat is Cameron.
  • texasred TrueRed... 2010/03/31 22:07:11
    If you can handle the humidity, I would recommend "Hill Country." (Austin and surrounding areas.) Absolutely beautiful. But you said you didn't want to live in a Red state? I'm afraid Texas is pretty Conservative. Or did I misunderstand the comment?
  • TrueRed... texasred 2010/03/31 22:23:10
    I'm a life long American Independant, Constitutionalist/ libertarian.
    The only thing I like blue is my music, and that's Texas Blue's.
  • texasred TrueRed... 2010/03/31 22:33:24
    They have some great Blues Clubs. We're big Blues fans, too. Then you'd like Texas. Some of the nicest people in the world!
  • TrueRed... texasred 2010/03/31 22:35:09
    I've been there. You have some of the best BBQ also.
    One of these days, GOD willing.
  • texasred TrueRed... 2010/03/31 22:36:13
    Great BBQ. Didn't much like their TexMex, though. Too much brown chili sauce.
  • TrueRed... texasred 2010/03/31 22:42:41
    I here ya.
    I like the slow cooked meats, pulled beef, pork...I'm getting hungry.
  • texasred TrueRed... 2010/03/31 23:40:59
    Darn.... me, too!!
  • Hammer 2010/03/18 14:48:55
    They better heed these words; TAKEN DIRECTLY from the 'Declaration of Independence'.
    Change where you want U.S. Congress for The British crown or Great Britian.

    {We have warned them from time to time of attempts by their legislature to extend an unwarrantable jurisdiction over us. We have reminded them of the circumstances of our emigration and settlement here. We have appealed to their native justice and magnanimity, and we have conjured them by the ties of our common kindred to disavow these usurpations, which, would inevitably interrupt our connections and correspondence. They too have been deaf to the voice of justice and of consanguinity. We must, therefore, acquiesce in the necessity, which denounces our separation, and hold them, as we hold the rest of mankind, enemies in war, in peace friends.

    We, therefore, the representatives of the United States of America, in General Congress, assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge of the world for the rectitude of our intentions, do, in the name, and by the authority of the good people of these colonies, solemnly publish and declare, that these united colonies are, and of right ought to be free and independent states; that they are absolved from all allegiance to the British Crown, and that all political connection between them and the state of Great Britain, is and ought to be totally dissolved; and that as free and independent states,}
  • BornToB... Hammer 2010/03/18 14:55:59
    Good Point!
  • jenowman420 2010/03/17 15:38:33
    wisconsin will never stand up for the people. The wisconsin regime is the Federal cabinboy.

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