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Re: NH: Lawmakers to defy House chamber gun ban
« Reply #15 on: February 03, 2019, 11:24 PM NHFT »

So I'm a little confused.  Does the legislative committee intend that only legislators won't film peasants while they are genuflecting or that nobody will film peasants while they are giving testimony ?

It only says that members of the committee may not record video from their seats. They can move to the public area and record there, and so can anyone else.
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Re: NH: Lawmakers to defy House chamber gun ban
« Reply #16 on: February 04, 2019, 06:35 AM NHFT »

So I'm a little confused.  Does the legislative committee intend that only legislators won't film peasants while they are genuflecting or that nobody will film peasants while they are giving testimony ?

It only says that members of the committee may not record video from their seats. They can move to the public area and record there, and so can anyone else.



  Thanks for your input.  That's what I thought too.   On a related issue, "the gun ban" , it would then follow that they can disallow legislators from carrying, but not regular people?   (trying to logic my way thru the absurdity)     
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Re: NH: Lawmakers to defy House chamber gun ban
« Reply #17 on: February 05, 2019, 08:20 PM NHFT »

i wonder if all the ex cop or current cop state reps are being banned from carrying in there too; I guess I would have heard about it if the ban exempted them.
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Re: NH: Lawmakers to defy House chamber gun ban
« Reply #18 on: February 07, 2019, 04:48 PM NHFT »

On a related issue, "the gun ban" , it would then follow that they can disallow legislators from carrying, but not regular people?   (trying to logic my way thru the absurdity)     

There is no logic to it. The ban says no one may carry a firearm or other "deadly weapon" in the house chamber, anteroom, or gallery.... and then they promptly welcomed the governor in for his inauguration, escorted by a color guard bearing rifles.
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Re: NH: Lawmakers to defy House chamber gun ban
« Reply #19 on: February 07, 2019, 04:48 PM NHFT »

i wonder if all the ex cop or current cop state reps are being banned from carrying in there too; I guess I would have heard about it if the ban exempted them.

There is no exemption.
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Re: NH: Lawmakers to defy House chamber gun ban
« Reply #20 on: February 07, 2019, 06:08 PM NHFT »

On a related issue, "the gun ban" , it would then follow that they can disallow legislators from carrying, but not regular people?   (trying to logic my way thru the absurdity)     

There is no logic to it. The ban says no one may carry a firearm or other "deadly weapon" in the house chamber, anteroom, or gallery.... and then they promptly welcomed the governor in for his inauguration, escorted by a color guard bearing rifles.


 Wish I still gave a shit enough to do some civil disobedience there. 

I'm thinking either a good old fashioned squirt gun rebellion featuring a watery firing squad of dozens of people executing a blindfolded constitution bound to a pole.  (highly symbolic eh?)

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 bringing a jar full of deadly fire ants strapped to my waist into the anteroom and shout out as they lug me off, "but I thought THIS was the place ants are allowed"!?
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Re: NH: Lawmakers to defy House chamber gun ban
« Reply #21 on: February 09, 2019, 01:18 AM NHFT »


Wish I still gave a shit enough to do some civil disobedience there.


Is it civil disobedience when there is no law to disobey?

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Re: NH: Lawmakers to defy House chamber gun ban
« Reply #22 on: February 09, 2019, 05:05 AM NHFT »


Wish I still gave a shit enough to do some civil disobedience there.


Is it civil disobedience when there is no law to disobey?

   Good point.
  Then I guess I'd be a rebel without a Claus. 
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Re: NH: Lawmakers to defy House chamber gun ban
« Reply #23 on: February 17, 2019, 04:10 PM NHFT »

it is funny how when you dig ... the laws don't exist or don't make any sense
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