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marknoble 02/26/2008 3:00pm

What part of “shall not be infringed” do Bobby Rush and the 16 co-sponsors not understand?

marknoble 02/26/2008 2:56pm

Shall not be infringed.

marknoble 01/16/2008 7:33pm
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It is the responsibility of parents (consumers), retailers, and the toy industry – not government, to ensure the safety of childrens toys. Harm done to children by poorly designed toys is already covered under laws against negligence. Who better, for example, to monitor the safety of Chinese toys than the manufacturers of competing toys from other nations?

marknoble 01/16/2008 7:24pm

613 pages of Unconstitutional bloated spending. It’s safe to say that not one legislator has read the bill and understands the full ramifications of it’s passage.

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marknoble 01/16/2008 7:14pm

This bill expresses the noble goal of increasing global Internet freedom through increasing federal bureaucracy, oversight, and reporting for US businesses. The penalties suggested are large enough to be burdensome for the smallest of Internet providers, while small enough that most large corporations could readily ignore them. Individuals in the US have a vast array of free software available to help people in restrictive nations bypass such controls, as such this bill would do nothing more effectively than concerned individuals are already able to do.

marknoble 01/16/2008 6:42pm

When a person begins shooting in a gun-free zone, the reaction of the public is to call people with guns to come save them. Unfortunately, when seconds count, the police are just minutes away. In this nation the right of individuals to bear arms for their defense and security is enumerated in the Bill of Rights and this it shall not be infringed. Since the Gun-free School Zones act is unconstitutional, it is only fitting that it should be repealed.


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marknoble’s Supported Bills

Bill Status Last Action
H.R.2424 Citizens Protection Act of 2007 (110th congress) Introduced Jun 25, 2007
S.185 Habeas Corpus Restoration Act of 2007 (110th congress) Introduced Jun 26, 2007
H.R.2543 Military Commissions Revision Act of 2007 (110th congress) Introduced Jun 25, 2007
H.R.1096 Second Amendment Protection Act of 2007 (110th congress) Introduced Mar 19, 2007
H.R.623 Second Chance for Ex-Offenders Act of 2007 (110th congress) Introduced Jul 27, 2007
H.R.2755 Federal Reserve Board Abolition Act (110th congress) Introduced Jun 15, 2007
H.R.1207 Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2009 (111th congress) Introduced Sep 25, 2009

marknoble’s Opposed Bills

Bill Status Last Action
H.R.275 Global Online Freedom Act of 2007 (110th congress) Introduced Feb 22, 2008
H.R.2764 Omnibus Appropriations bill (110th congress) Bill Is Law Dec 26, 2007
H.R.4040 Consumer Product Safety Modernization Act (110th congress) Bill Is Law Aug 14, 2008
S.1959 Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007 (110th congress) Introduced Aug 02, 2007
H.R.1955 Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007 (110th congress) House Passed Oct 24, 2007
H.R.2666 Blair Holt's Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act of 2007 (110th congress) Introduced Jul 16, 2007
H.R.1874 Technological Resource to Assist Criminal Enforcement (TRACE) Act (110th congress) Introduced Jun 25, 2007
S.2084 School Safety and Law Enforcement Improvement Act of 2007 (110th congress) Introduced Sep 21, 2007
S.2433 Global Poverty Act of 2007 (110th congress) Introduced Apr 24, 2008
H.R.45 Blair Holt's Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act of 2009 (111th congress) Introduced Feb 09, 2009