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leepee43

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  1. Where can I find more of these two ladies???
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    That's the sexiest wet ass in jeans that I've seen in a long time....Thank you for posting, and don't be shy. I'd love to see and hear as much as you'd like.
  3. She is gloomy-baby on reddit. Let's not creep her out, but she does say she loves the thought of accidents in front of people. And now you know...lol
  4. She is awesum. I love her pretty looks and she seems so laid back and cool.
  5. I am actually "pro-life". I simply truly believe that life begins at the moment of conception. I also believe that all human life is endowed with an eternal soul. I also believe that each of us will be held accountable for our actions on this earth by a higher power who will judge us. With that being said, abortion has existed since the dawn of humankind and no law is going to stop it. Like my Dad said decades ago, "ya can't legislate morals". It's sad to think that some people have had to make those hard choices in their lives, but I'm a realist and realize that it's always been practiced and always will be practiced. I don't have a dog in this fight, as I don't have any children. But I would hope that I would have concentrated on raising my sons to respect women and take responsibility for their actions. I'd also hope that I would have raised my daughters to make responsible choices in their lives and the lives of their future children. What I would NOT have done is to be out there trying to save this fallen world as it is a losing battle. Abortion is a fact, and "ya just can't legislate morals into existence". Just my two cents. No hate here either way.
  6. It sounds to me like it would all be settled by obtaining a 2 house majority vote on a bill that codified abortion into The U.S. Code. I'm sure the current President would sign it into law immediately. Abortion is codified law in the U.K. and there doesn't seem to be any fiery debate about it. The winners won and the losers admitted defeat on the issue. There is zero looking for "penumbra emanations" of "rights" that judges think they can see shining around the edges of The Constitution. And as far as States Rights go, we love our 2A down here in Texas (as opposed to the NY carry law SCOTUS struck down), but seem to drive our ladies over to Shreveport to The Hope Clinic to get abortions by the busload, according to the Shreveport network news. It's like my dad said decades ago, "you cannot legislate morality".
  7. It's wild, how we started talking about the SCOTUS decision regarding a NYC law dealing with who may be approved for a Concealed Handgun License in order to carry it in public, and the conversation crept and drifted into the unrelated topic of who may actually purchase a firearm in the first place. Here's an interesting statistic: Crime Prevention Research Center, compared the behavior of CCW holders to police using FBI uniform crime statistics. They concluded that, “concealed handgun permit holders are extremely law-abiding.” And added, “In Florida and Texas, permit holders are convicted of misdemeanors and felonies at 1/6 of the rate at which police officers are convicted.” Among police, firearms violations occur at a rate of 16.5 per 100,000 officers. Among permit holders in Florida and Texas, the rate [of firearms violations] is only 2.4 per 100,000. That is just 1/7 of the rate for police officers. I'm thinking that either Texas and Florida have got some very rotten cops who are out doing jacked up stuff on their off days, or CHL holders are some pretty straight laced, fairly level-headed citizens who just want a fighting chance to defend themselves if, God forbid, the terrible need arises. As stated in an earlier post, I usually leave mine in my locked car locked with a triggerguard. The biggest fear is that some nutjob will break into one of my high-profile cars (vette & camaro red convertibles) and steal the weapon. I don't usually park in sketchy places for obvious reasons.
  8. There is no such thing as a Federal Carry Law". Each State makes its own laws regarding where NON-Prohibited person may bring their firearm.
  9. The penalty under GCA 1968 is a $1,000,000.00 fine AND up to 120 months in Federal prison. Don't be making straw purchases for prohibited persons....they can look tack on 1 count of "misprison of a felony" which is lawyerspeak for "you lied on a form to get something you count have if you'd have told the truth".
  10. You just described what's called a "Straw Purchase". The GCA 1968 defines a straw purchase of a firearm as a straw buyer being one who buys a firearm for a prohibited possesser or one who is underage. The girlfriend bought some of the firearms from an unlicensed seller at a gun show and another firearm from an individual who knew that kliebold and Harris were too young to purchase a firearm. I don't know what they did to her, but she's broke federal law (GCA 1968) by knowingly being a straw purchaser for an underage person or otherwise prohibited person. Now, I haven't been to all gun shows everywhere, but in the past 20 years (since Columbine) I've never seen a Non-FFL individual operating a booth...it might have had something to do with exactly Columbine in that event promoters wouldn't want the legal liability involved with allowing a random dude to rent a booth and "sell as an individual" there. This is not to say that an individual cannot sell his firearm to anyone as long as it is IN-STATE. But, it's a HUGE Federal fine and prison time to sell to a known prohibited person or buy for the same
  11. I was about to say the following: In every commercial business purchase (like at a gun store, pawn shop, gun show booth, etc), of a "firearm", the purchaser has to complete a form 4473. The FFL (Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer) then runs that person through the NICS system. The NICS system checks to see if the 4473 applicant is a "prohibited person" under federal law from purchasing or possessing a "firearm". If the applicant comes back clean, the sale is finalized. If not, the applicant is prosecuted on the FEDERAL LEVEL for ATTEMPTING to purchase a "firearm" illegally. This includes a domestic abuser whose crime was a misdemeanor but punishable by up to 1 year in jail. Literally, absolutely NOTHING has changed or been made less safe. All gun dealers who sell guns for profit as a business have had to complete form 4473 since the Gun Control Act of 1968. NICS has been up and running since The Brady Gun Act of 1993 and has been pretty much instant since 1998 with the invention of the internet access to it through the FBI and BATFe. There is no such thing as the perennial argument of "the gun show loophole" because if they're operating as a business at a booth, they must be FFL holders. Federally, there is no need to involve an FFL if a person inherits a "firearm" in the same State, but does if the "firearm heir" lives across a State line. An FFL will charge on average $20.00 per "firearm" to do a 4473 and run a NICS check on the heir. The GCA 1968 defines what a "firearm" is and is not. A cap & ball "gun" mfg before 1904 or REPRODUCTION THEREOF is a "collectable gun" and NOT a firearm, and anyone can buy one of those online or at many hobby stores without any FFL involvement whatsoever. As far as NY States Concealed Carry Law is concerned, I don't know how those folks act up in NYC, but here in Texas, CHL (Concealed Handgun License) holders literally have a lower incidence of both felony ANDQ misdemeanor convictions than Texas Certified Peace Officers do. Now either we got some really good CHL holders or some really bad cops...bahahaha!!! Now if the folks in NYC want to tell a waitress who gets off work at 3am that she isn't as in need as say, Sean Hannity to a tool to defend herself, then the citizens/voters of NYC should certainly have the right to do so...but she should consider moving to Texas where we have constitutional open carry and anyone who meets the above NICS background checks standards to own a "firearm" is allowed to strap it on their hip for the world to see. I personally do not, because I feel it makes me more of a target for a nut job out in public.
  12. Like I said earlier, both sides will try to use these issues for fundraising because they know that nothing makes a person part with their donations faster than emotions.
  13. I live in North East Texas behind the "Pine Curtain". I kinda feel like each State has different situations that are usually best addressed locally. I'm also a Libertarian on many issues and to the Right on many other issues. The abortion issue could be resolved nationally by Congresspersons going on record with their vote on a national abortion law. With all the support from their constituents, it would surely and easily pass regardless of conservative stalling and objections. Many probably don't want to put their names on it and be accountable for their actions and vote though. It would be so much more simpler to codify it into law, rather than be forced to rely on penumbra emanations of rights which aren't enumerated in the Constitution. As it stands, SCOTUS did something our government rarely does; they gave up the "power" they created in 1963 by discovering rights that emanate around the penumbra of the Constitution and gave said "power" back to "The People", who live in these 50 "incubators of democracy", the 50 State incubators. Abortions have always been a part of human existence, (pun intended) and aren't going away. I've never met a woman who was proud and shouted her abortion. In fact, at my age (57), women that I've dated who've had an abortion earlier in life seem to carry some of that baggage the rest of their lives and not particularly proud of doing that. Full disclosure: I'm divorced and don't have any children. I'm a guy and have never been pregnant. As I said earlier, it seems that local citizens should decide how their communities are shaped. As a Texan, we have "Open Carry" in public here. It works well here and it's not unusual to see one in ten people with a pistol on their hip in public. Walmart requests that a person not carry open in their stores, which is their right. So it gets a little confusing for some folks as to whether to put on a jacket or not. I can see it not working so well in New York, especially NYC, as it's a totally different social fabric there. Those citizens should have the right to decide who has a perceived "need to carry concealed" there. I know that Fox's Sean Hannity, Rudy Giuliani, and former resident Donald Trump have NY CHL permits. If those city/State officals feel comfortable in telling a subway car mechanic, waitress whose shift ends at 3AM, and others that they do not qualify, then that's their prerogative and the will of the voters there in their area. I actually DO NOT usually carry a pistol into any business's since there are usually so many others who are packing heat. If anything were to jump off, there's already plenty of firepower on the scene. This combined with the fact that I am a fan of black powder cap and ball revolvers, and have zero affection for a semi-automatic handgun at all. They just feel flimsy and not very powerful compared to the old-school six-guns. Most of my sidearms are frigging huge and weigh over four pounds and I'm not walking with all that on my hip. Picture the pair of 1847 Colt Walker Dragoons that Clint Eastwood used in "The Outlaw Jose Wales" and you'll see how cumbersome it would be. Those old guns and the fine reproductions thereof are a real blast to load and fire. They're as accurate and powerful as any modern firearm, but no gangbanger or cop would ever dream of carrying/using one...fun hobby though. Different locations need to make their own rules governing themselves...the sheriff's response time to my house is about 30 minutes if they run code, but my response to an intruder is 1,375 feet per second. It isn't the same in a large metro area for sure. Usually I say the quote from either Thoreau or Thos. Jefferson works well in many situations. "The government which governs best, governs least". And my own quote "you can not legislate morality". And I hope they don't ever try to make loving omo illegal, because that's what I usually come here daily for. Been a fan since I was a teen.
  14. You've got some great analytical skills. A great comment for a few thoughts. Realistically, all I see is a ton of fundraising by both sides,, empty rhetoric and more litigation.
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