Tex HB1289 Constitutional Carry and other pro gun bills...

Younggun

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Link to the petition?


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cycleguy2300

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It was a psychological "hit job" on my part.. playing devils advocate comes with heat.. I knew it would start a shit storm, exactly as expected. Your true passions exploded.. that's good, pressing that "button" was a risk, expressing deep rooted feelings about a heart-felt issue is therapeutic. I noticed you all didn't gather today and burn something to the ground.. that's the difference between the immature leftists and those on the right who have adult maturity. I know I blindsided everyone somewhat.. I am just nasty like that sometimes. Class meets again tomorrow.
Easy to say after the fact bro...

Instead of either being a liar or a manipulative bitch, how about saying what you believe and mean.

You're on my "not trusted" list

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Texasgrillchef

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Here is what I do know. After calling each of the the Texas a state senators. All of them are signed on and will vote for it if it gets to the Senate Floor.

The three holdouts are, Senator Bettencourt, Senator Huffman, And Senator Seliger. All of them are on the fence. I actually talked to Seliger’s legal aide, and he told me Senator Seliger is waiting on seeing the version coming out of the Senate committee. As HB1927 stands today, he will vote for it. However, their could be amendments, or substitutions added by the Senate committee that he could oppose. Senator Huffman’s informed me of the same.

The problem is, that HB1927 has yet to be referred to committee for a hearing. That is up to the LT Gov. that’s where the main problem is located. We need to get him to refer it to the committee.

We need to keep his phone ringing off the hook with calls.

Keep in mind we only need 16 of the 18 Senators to vote for it, the hardest part is getting it referred to committee.

It could go to either the State Affairs committee, or Jurisprudence. If it goes to State Affairs, it will make it out without much delay. That Committee is chaired by Senator Bryan Hughes. He is very much in support of HB1927. State affairs will be a slam dunk in our favor.

However,

Jurisprudence is the Committee to worry about though. That Committee is chaired by Senator Huffman, who is on the fence, Senator Bryan Hughes and Senator Creighton Is on that Committee as well as two democrats. Which will leave it as a tie, for Senator Huffman to break. That’s why that Committee could be an issue.
 
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dooladawg

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People that like to push buttons really shouldn't lecture. It tends to blow up in their faces.
It wasn't a "lecture" Einstein.. and nothing "blew up in my face" It was an experiment to allow those who "get it' to do some self- examination concerning a willingness to be open-minded and tolerant of differing opinions.
 

dooladawg

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People that like to push buttons really shouldn't lecture. It tends to blow up in their faces.
I like how you "list" your memberships.. as if it means your way of thinking is more valuable than others who differ.
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