Wednesday, January 28, 2015

What part of "SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED", Mr Jackson?

Rep. Thomas Jackson, D-Thomasville,
DOMESTIC ENEMY of the Constitution
Two Democratic members of the Alabama House of Representatives are sponsoring a bill to make it illegal to carry a gun in a church without permission, even if you have a permit to carry a concealed gun.  Reps. Thomas Jackson of Thomasville is the sponsor and Rep. Darrio Melton of Selma is the co-sponsor of House Bill 3. 
Jackson said people should not have to worry about someone carrying a gun while they're in a place of worship. 
The bill is one of 12 pre-filed so far by House members for the legislative session
DOMESTIC ENEMY of the CONSTITUTION, Rep. Darrio Melton, D-Selma, 

that begins March 3.

"I figured it wouldn't go anywhere but at least it will get some conversation," Jackson said. 
Democrats hold just 33 seats in the 105-member House.
"Without permission"?  Just who will verify that such permission was properly obtained?    Another government agency will be created to support another infringement of the right to bear arms? And what if some criminal (a member of a group who by definition does not ask anyone's "permission") comes in to shoot up a church, and nobody could get "permission" because of an anti-gun pastor, who thought the entire church should be a victim-concentration zone?

Listen to me very, very carefully, Mr. Jackson and Mr. Melton.


Even if this unconstitutional infringement is voted in by our state house and senate (it won't be), and is signed by our governor (it won't be), I will still say:


You get it?  There are no unconstitutional infringements you can pass which we cannot nullify.  

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