Kentucky Senators Vote ‘Yes’ To Ignoring New Federal Gun Laws

The Kentucky Senate voted Monday to pass a bill that means if new federal gun laws are passed, the state doesn’t have to follow them.

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E1974 - 2/26/2013 8:13 AM
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It is not illegal to carry a gun into a bank unless the bank has a posting against it.

SS Cmmdr Raus - 2/26/2013 7:37 AM
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Can we have a bazooka too so when they come to take the arms with a Abrams we have a fighting chance? Tell me Carpenter. What good does it do me to have a gun. I ride a bicycle. I go down to the bank. Am I suppose to leave my gun out laying on the sidewalk when I go into the bank.Or do I take the bullets out and put them in my pocket leaving a empty gun on the sidewalk. Then when I come back out and start loading the gun I have no defense with it for my 2nd Ammendment rights until I get it loaded.
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