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Old January 5, 2012, 12:08 PM   #2
Brian Pfleuger
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I find that hard to believe, but anything is possible. Seems like such a thing would be spelled out somewhere in the paperwork for the permit. At least along the lines of "The state reserves the right to process future background checks at it's discretion."

This one really gets me:

"Really it is a national disgrace that the only piece of gun-related legislation to come to a vote since Tucson was this legislation that would have enabled dangerous concealed carriers like Jared Loughner to carry their guns across state lines," Henigan said. (Brady Campaign)
I find it amusing that people can believe that someone willing to kill 9 people would be concerned about it being illegal to cross state lines with their weapons. Have they installed WalMart style security scanners at the borders that alarm when someone crosses?
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