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October 13, 2013 at 12:24 pm #6228
I assume some of you have been following these, but for those who haven’t they’re pretty important gun rights issues.
There are currently petitions for two gun rights initiatives floating around out there for initiatives 591 & 594.
Basically 591 is to preserve our current rights and help prevent them from being easily compromised in the future, while 594 is calling for background checks on private and on-line gun sales. The responsibility for performing those checks would fall on existing dealers.
Here is some info on both. I’ve been having problems getting the link feature to work here, so I may have to play around with it a little to get them to work. If they don’t you can probably just copy and paste them into your browser.
- Initiative 591
- Initiative 594
I’m not here to tell anyone what to support, but I urge any of you concerned about our gun rights to sign the petition for Initiative 591 if you can so they can get enough signatures to file it. Now that I look closer, it appears they’ve apparently already done so with Initiative 594.
I’ve seen people gathering signatures for 591 at recent gun shows in Centralia & Puyallup, as well as at the entrance to the Lacey Cabela’s.
You can contact Washington Arms Collectors for more information or to donate to the campaign. There’s currently info on their home page if you scroll down the page a little.
And if you do support what Initiative 591 is doing for our gun rights, please help get the word out.
SteveOctober 17, 2013 at 12:08 pm #7055
thanks for the info steve! I hope everyone is up to date on initiative 522, as someone who has done a lot of work in the chemical field look into this please! cause trust me you don
t want to be part of this giant science experiment! since none of these G.M.O.s have been tested by the F.D.A, this is a problem at it`s infancy!!October 17, 2013 at 12:30 pm #7058
Welcome aboard. It’s great to see you back.
You’re totally right about I-522. I watched several shows last week where panels were debating the issue, and it’s hands down a badly written bill at best. Nothing there to ensure accuracy, and the farmers of this state will be hung out to dry as there’s nothing to protect them in this bill.
I’ve been really pleased to see the full-on assault ads by those opposing it (there are lots of them), and I hope the voters here get the message and soundly vote it down. I know I certainly will.October 18, 2013 at 2:03 am #7113
steve, it may be badly written, but did you know that not 1 G.M.O. has ever been tested by anyone other than the companies that produce them! Obama gave them a free pass from any F.D.A. testing! he gave them 1 of this executive order so even the supreme court can
t stop them! the law may be badly written but as someone who has worked on gene splicing! this stuff is not what you want in your body!!right now there are no natural papaya (from Hawaii) in the market place, 80%of corn is now G.M.O.!! these things are outright banned in 23 countries and made to label in 63 more!! we need to know whats in our food!! at least that's my opinion!! right now in the market place there is 1 G.M.O. salmon that has 3 other types of fish in that salmon!! most of what their doing with G.M.O. is making it resistant to products such as round -up! round up is a very potent herbicide, which has a caustic effect on humans, that means over time it will become toxic to you and I! no 1 is sure what affect this will have on humans, but I believe kids will succumb to its effects first! in my humble opinion Obama is trying to exterminate the U.S. population! think about what muslims believe, if your not muslim you must die!! I can guarantee you Obama eats nothing but organic foods!! most is grown right at the white house!!
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