ALERT: Email NH Reps on Gun bans Today 3/18! Vote is Tomorrow or Wednesday!

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EDIT: The email forwarder is down. Apparently sending bulk email like this hits hosting mail server limits and they block the email forwarding. A solution is being worked on but there is no ETA.


There are two antigun bills up for a vote this week. Email DOWN to email all reps. The previous speaker killed off the old official hreps email and the new dem speaker kept that in place. Thus a new email forwarder to all reps was created by an activist for anyone to use.

HB 514: Nine day waiting period. Which amounts to an effective training ban at dealers like Sig Sauer and effectively bans rental businesses like MFL from operating.

If you have a C&R FFL you are now subject to searches by local and state police under this bill!!!

HB514 - imposing a waiting period between the purchase and delivery of a firearm.

HB 109 Universal Background Checks AKA banning transfers between friends and non friends. This bill would ban transfers advertised on NES.

HB109 - requiring background checks for commercial firearms sales.
 
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Dont forget there are two hearings tomorrow/tues starting at 10a we need turnout for
 

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All, these bills passed. The House tends to follow the committee recommendation. We need to show up and stop the gun confiscation bill HB696 that has a hearing on 3/26
 
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NH is getting just as bad as MA! At least you have a good governor up there... a little better than our RINO faker Baker
 

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NH is getting just as bad as MA! At least you have a good governor up there... a little better than our RINO faker Baker
That remains to be seen. [thinking]

Incidentally, I was doing some Googling the other day. If this is to be believed, New Hampshire DOES have an out-of-stater problem, but it's not the Ma**h***s:
http://valleypatriot.com/dont-blame-massachusetts-for-new-hampshires-leftward-drift/

So what is the cause of New Hampshire’s political leftward drift? The UNH survey also answered that question. The real culprits are residents from the Mid-Atlantic States: New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland. They move to New Hampshire to escape city life in exchange for rural our natural beauty. Unfortunately, they bring their big-government liberal philosophies with them. They have relocated to New Hampshire in similarly large numbers as Massachusetts transplants. In fact, many of New Hampshire’s most recent Democrat leaders have hailed from these states. Former Governor John Lynch hails from Pennsylvania, Speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representative Terie Noreli is from New Jersey, former Congressman Paul Hodes is from New York, and Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter was born in New York and worked in Maryland.

Not only are the Mid-Atlantic States producing liberal voters but they are making up the leadership of the New Hampshire Democratic Party.
 

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That remains to be seen. [thinking]

Incidentally, I was doing some Googling the other day. If this is to be believed, New Hampshire DOES have an out-of-stater problem, but it's not the Ma**h***s:
Don’t blame Massachusetts for New Hampshire’s Leftward Drift
I've said this before. The Mass emigres mostly lean right of center, either conservative or libertarian. But New Yorkers, etc. are the real problem. They singlehandedly turned VT blue in the 60s and 70s. Combined with the native-born liberals, they pose the real threat.
 

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I've said this before. The Mass emigres mostly lean right of center, either conservative or libertarian. But New Yorkers, etc. are the real problem. They singlehandedly turned VT blue in the 60s and 70s. Combined with the native-born liberals, they pose the real threat.
Oh, and they're very much evident up where we're moving. The "cutie-pies" we've been calling them.

Many years ago, we were regular customers at one of the vineyards in Connecticut. Case discounts, etc. They have events there from time to time. We stopped going when it became a cutie-pie convention: lots of New York plates on German autos, with corresponding spike in bottle/case prices.
 
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