H.R.45 - Blair Holt's Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act of 2009

To provide for the implementation of a system of licensing for purchasers of certain firearms and for a record of sale system for those firearms, and for other purposes. view all titles (2)

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  • Short: Blair Holt's Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act of 2009 as introduced.
  • Official: To provide for the implementation of a system of licensing for purchasers of certain firearms and for a record of sale system for those firearms, and for other purposes. as introduced.

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    Anonymous 02/28/2009 1:31pm
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    There is no such thing and the separation of curch and sta. The constitution says the government will make no law to promote or direct the creation of an official religion, or close to that, it has nothing to do with a separation of rather prevents the creation of an official religion.

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    Anonymous 03/03/2009 9:34am

    Amen Brother. God Bless the USA (minus congress and the cronies). The state shall not infringe on my beliefs. Don’t Tread on Me!

    Civil War is right around the corner.

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    Anonymous 03/04/2009 8:05am

    dude if that is treasonous talk we’d still be a fucking Brit colony. we are willing to fight for our rights and if the government takes them away what dos that leave? good thing way back when Americans weren’t all pussies like you.

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    Prairiegoat 03/05/2009 7:29am
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    The Second Amendment was set up for the sole purpose of giving The People the means to defend against a government that infringes on the Rights of The People.

    It is not treasonous to hold such beliefs. Rather it is our right and duty.

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    hntnman 03/07/2009 11:58am
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    TREASON? Bill Clinton forced American troops to serve under UN officers so he could send us into combat without congressional approval. That is treason fool. In the mean time he was trying to take our guns away. And the libs worry about W’s abuse of power???? I guess Monica was that good. I am ready to join the Revolt.
    The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.

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    kbfreedom 03/26/2009 8:14am

    What part of this is treasonous? The part where our RIGHT to bear arms is constantly being obstructed, mutated, and disregarded. And yet the people who want to have such FREEDOMS are condemned and labeled as fanatics. to own a gun is not mandatory, neither is self defense, no one says you have to stop someone from killing you, but it IS your right to do so by any means necessary. And the government has no right to mediate any of OUR FREEDOMS! They DO NOT have the right. However it is our RESPONSIBILITY to teach and mediate our own. We have slipped back and let others control our lives instead of managing our own it is our fault we let the government do these things. Treason would be turning your back on Americans and letting others from outside and within to harm your fellow Americans.

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    skeeterriggs 07/15/2009 2:28am

    I personally have a problem with anyone thinking I need a piece of paper, even one as great as the Constitution, to tell me I have the right to defend myself, my family or my property.

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    tyschnzer 03/06/2009 6:20pm

    amen,this time a civil war wont be the south aginst the north ,it will be the real Americans aginst the politicans that want to keep control of us all ,guess what we will win and maybe have real leaders that give a damn about what we want and not their own intress,we will be a land agine for the people and of the people , i dont know about you all but i cant wait for that day ,

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    Suenew 05/26/2009 8:02pm

    It seems as if the powers that be have forgotten that Americans usually think for themselves and threatening to take their guns is just not the thing to do. Americans will not lay down and be walked over.

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    eyemall 03/04/2009 5:44pm
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    I believe the definition of respecting on the websters website says " in view of" which means that the government can not establish a mother church. Such as what the pilgrims and puritans were running away from when they cam here, a mother church of England.

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    tharris3000 03/16/2009 3:50am

    This is completely irrelevant, unimportant, and out of place. Read the heading – HR45 gun control, for Crist’s sake.

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    tharris3000 03/16/2009 3:51am

    This is also completely irrelevant, unimportant, and out of place. Read the heading – HR45 gun control, for Crist’s sake.

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    Hodmokrin 03/11/2009 7:16am
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    Wrong. Seems like you should read it again. Our founding fathers did not want ANY kind of religion tied to government. They had just fought England which was heavily controlled by the church(one of many reasons for revolution.). This is why America exists. Maybe you should READ the constitution for yourself before you interpret it. Here ya go…

    First Ammendment – Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

    NO LAW RESPECTING AN ESTABLISHMENT OF RELIGION – There it is…

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    Hodmokrin 03/11/2009 7:16am

    Want some more…

    Article V – The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States.

    NO RELIGIOUS TEST SHALL EVER BE REQUIRED AS A QUALIFICATION – hmm, what does that mean to you?

    Article 2 Section 1 – Before he enter on the Execution of his Office, he shall take the following Oath or Affirmation:—“I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

    Notice there is no “so help me God” this has been added by some presidents since and is not required in any way.

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    jsterlingf 04/11/2009 4:46pm
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    We are here to talk gun control, not religion, but if you want an argument on religion, I’m game. I think we should pick a better venue for it, however.

    No religious test means they do not have to claim any religious affiliation nor will any religious affiliation disqualify them, not that they must be without religion. That is fine – that is the intent of the Constitution. Do you think for a minute though that the founding fathers meant for those taking office to mean that they would be irreligious, irreverent, not bound by any moral code, believing that there is no purpose to life, and to eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow you shall die? WE NEED MORAL MEN AND WOMEN TO GUIDE AND GOVERN. If they can do it without religion in their lives, that is fine with me, but the MOST moral, people I have ever met, are affiliated with some kind of religion and usually have deep convictions.

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    bmwtriton 10/30/2009 6:17pm

    “That would put catholic priests up pretty high right?”

    The Catholic Church has forbidden its clergy from holding any political office, so your concern here is baseless

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    Hodmokrin 03/11/2009 7:18am
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    Where does that say anything about an “official” religion?

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    jsterlingf 04/11/2009 4:50pm
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    Nobody is asking for an official religion. I don’t want one. I am just tired of the “no religion” being the official religion of the government. It is kind of like gays trying to redefine marriage and forcing the general public to accept their way of life. That of course is a whole new thing – don’t get me going on that.

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    rakblk05 11/08/2009 10:02pm
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    HODMOKRIN:This is for the atheists and the ignorant who think they know what they’re talking about.here’s your proof that America is a Christian nation, contrary to what your president likes to flow like sewage out of his mouth…http://www.snopes.com/politics/religion/capital.asp
    there you go. Isn’t Snopes who you go to to get the facts? well here’s another… http://morallaw.org/blog/?p=31 Oh, and your other post, which obviously wasn’t verbatim as per the Constitution because you misspelled “Amendment”,(so wasn’t very effective) Eat on this:“Congress shall make no law…prohibiting the free exercise thereof” Now tell me why my kids can’t pray in school or set out a nativity scene? Oh, because people like you say it’s not accepted; well, guess what, those who came before you say you’re wrong.

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    gmb4 03/15/2009 7:43am
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    There is no law to prevent the establishment of a religion. The problem stems from people trying to change a current one instead of establishing their own. This “coersion” is probably what is causing the problem. If enough people share their belief that an activity such as homosexuality is fine, they should establish their own place instead of forcing their belief on anothers.

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    jsterlingf 04/11/2009 4:30pm
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    “or the free exercise thereof;” why then are all the laws concerning religion that have been passed in this past century were restrictions on the right to the free exercise thereof? And, in most cases and the targeted religion was most often Christianity.


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