Reciprocity Act passes House with consequences

Today the “National Reciprocity Act” passed the US House on a 231-198 vote.

While national reciprocity would be a good thing for gun owners, and override Oregon’s ridiculous refusal to recognize a single other state’s concealed handgun license, the bill was coupled with terrible legislation dubbed “Fix NICS”.

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5 Responses to Reciprocity Act passes House with consequences

  1. Walpurgis says:

    This is what happens when we spend so much time on searching out theories on the flavor-of-the-month conspiracy and not enough time watching what is going on behind our backs.

  2. Unclezip says:

    Fucking traitorous, mendacious, corrupt, venal, feckless, scurrilous, back stabbing commie assholes.

    • wes says:

      You could’ve just written “politician” and expressed the same thing but I have to admit your post does say it better.


  3. i hope these demon spawn end up suffering under their own ‘laws’, which are unconstitutional.
    they already discount the Constitution and probably laugh up their sleeves when the Constitution is brought up.

  4. Andy says:

    National Reciprocity is literally pointless. It is simple as simple can be…just as I don’t patronize businesses that post 30.06 or 30.07 signs, I won’t patronize a state that doesn’t recognize a Texas LTC and didn’t have any extra bullshit added to it. See, I just fixed it and didn’t have to argue with any piece of shit politicians, namely Pelosi, Cornyn, Shumer, Flake. And the list just keeps going and going

Play nice.