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    47 states revolt against Obama gun control

    47 states revolt against Obama gun control
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    Fed-up Americans: 'We're not going to accept this. We're against it'

    by Chelsea Schilling

    Thousands of gun owners across America have had enough of the Obama administration’s attack on the Second Amendment – and they’re preparing to take their concerns to the capitols in at least 47 states this Saturday, Jan. 19, at 12 p.m.

    Texan Eric Reed, founder and national coordinator of the “Guns Across America” rallies, told WND he’s irritated about all the talk of new gun-control regulations and overreach by the federal government in violation of our Second Amendment rights.

    “I was trying to figure out why people weren’t being more proactive about this, Reed said. “Then I realized I’m part of the problem. It takes somebody to stand up and say, ‘Hey, we’re not going to accept this. We’re against it.’

    “We want Americans who feel the same way to come out. We want to stand up, be united and get our point across.”

    As WND reported today, President Obama announce a sweeping set of directives he intends will cut down on Americans’ access to guns, setting the stage for a constitutional battle with states where lawmakers already are openly defying the latest power grab by the White House.

    Obama’s plan would demand federal access to the details every time an uncle sells a .22 to a nephew, would ban some weapons outright through a limit on ammunition capacity, would waive medical privacy laws in some cases so individuals can be reported, and others.

    The president also listed 23 executive orders he is preparing to implement.

    “He’s essentially restricting and punishing all law-abiding American citizens,” Reed said. “He’s taking people who have never committed a crime in their lives and he’s trying to tell them that these guns are ‘assault weapons.’ Well, I’ve got guns in my home. If they’re ‘assault weapons,’ then mine must be defective because they haven’t assaulted anybody.”

    Frustrated by the narrative coming out of Washington, Reed noted that “assault weapons” have been banned since 1934.

    “The aesthetics of a rifle do not determine what an assault rifle is,” he said. “That’s what our elected officials in Washington, D.C., are trying to sell to the American people. I mean, if you take a body of a Ferrari and stick it on a Chevrolet, it’s still a Chevrolet. It’s going to perform like a Chevrolet; it’s just a cool-looking Chevrolet.”

    Reed added that the media contribute to misinformation and confuse the public about so-called “assault weapons.”

    “Part of it is ignorance of the media because a lot of them may not necessarily have a good idea of what an assault rifle is,” he said. “Another part of it is, most of the media do push a liberal spin. They’re helping to push through the political agenda that the Obama administration wants to pass right now.”

    Thousands of Americans have taken to Facebook to support the pro-gun rallies this weekend.

    “The people are pulling themselves away from their families and their personal obligations for one day because the Second Amendment is very important to them,” he said. “If these people are willing to take that kind of time out of their personal lives to try to tell Washington, D.C., something, those guys work for us. It’s their job to listen.”

    While they may be tempted to sit the protest out, Reed warns citizens that time is running out.

    “This is the most crucial time,” he said. “This is when all the laws and executive orders are coming down the pike. This is the time that we have to act, not next week, not next month. It’s now.

    “If our Second Amendment rights are as important as we say they are, we need to come out and show it to the rest of America and Washington, D.C.”

    Citizens are encouraged to bring pro-gun signs and their families to the rallies. A petition supporting Second Amendment rights will be circulated at each event.

    Event organizers encourage attendees to follow all state gun laws.

    So far, gun-rights advocates from at least 47 states are participating. All rallies begin at 12 p.m. local time:

    Alaska – organizer still needed
    Florida (This event is located in Hernando County to accommodate more people.)
    New Hampshire
    New Jersey – organizer still needed
    New Mexico
    New York
    North Carolina
    North Dakota
    Rhode Island
    South Carolina
    South Dakota
    West Virginia
    Wyoming – organizer still needed
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    Are these petitions, or state gov't; I see Virginia... BUT! NOTHING from Governor, as a "official stance".



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