>>391231>Regularly writing my reps
Works a lot better to knock on their door.
>All things that happened before I was able to do anything about it are not on me.
Laws cant be changed in your state? Harsh.
> it's only a matter of time to start pushing back.
>They worked for us.
>Nobody gets denied when they apply for their permit, it's a technicality.
Your rights are contingent on a technically that only exists out of the pleasure of those in charge, and can be revoked at any time? Hardly a defensible stance given everything else you said.
Mine are concrete, when i apply in my town, i get it, unless im a criminal, and thats backed up with court rulings.
Here is another funny, are you currently sitting in a second amendment sanctuary where all new laws are void regardless as you type all this? I am. Are there even any in your state?
Listen, im not saying protesting and showing up and calling your reps and stuff is useless, its actually really important, but the actual work gets done in conversations you will never even be privy too. Fuck, im involved as hell and im still not aware of the details, just know the people handling them, and know how the game is played.
Fact of the matter is, dont criticize my state, when yours is no better and in some ways worse, and dont call my principals into question because im playing the end game and not willing to go on the war path over every single frivolous law.
There is a reality to this situation, and your "ill give it all up to maintain the right to paint my muzzle orange" attitude helps no one, imo.
Have your word, then im through with this topic.
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