Oregon Democrats Take Radical Actions Against Gun Owners While Republicans Ca$h Out

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Oregon Democrats Take Radical Actions Against Gun Owners While Republicans Ca$h Out

Oregon – -(AmmoLand.com)- As Oregonians have watched their state descend into a hellhole of mindless lockdowns, business failures, skyrocketing suicide rates, and unchecked (and condoned) mob violence, many have wondered how this could happen.

How could the “Republicans” who were elected to stand up to this madness roll over, again and again, and allow the left to ram through policies guaranteed to bankrupt small business owners, eliminate freedom of speech and assembly, steal people’s property, and crush the spirit of our children?

And now, of course, turn the most law-abiding Oregonians into criminals.

SB 554, which passed out of the House Rules Committee will send Oregonians to prison for going to an airport, visiting their child’s school, or daring to enter the Capitol Building where Antifa and black lives matter rioters are welcome.

It will hold gun owners responsible for crimes committed with guns that were stolen from them and prohibit you from allowing your trained 17-year-old daughter from protecting herself when you are not home.

(Don’t be confused by the section that talks about “lawful self defense” that still does not allow you to let your minor child have access to a firearm.)

As rational Oregonians scratched their heads and googled “moving vans” the answer to the Republicans sell-out finally became clear.

And to everyone’s astonishment, it was all about…money.

Four million bucks for Senators, two million for House Reps. Money from the benevolent hand of the feds (yes, your money) to do with as they damn well pleased.

Really, sending a bunch of hillbilly gun owners to prison and neutering the police is a pretty small price to pay for that kind of loot.

That was the deal made by the Democrats to buy off the Republicans and get them to stick around… and stick it to you.

And according to House Republican leader Christine Drazan “It was important, but I also think that the important thing is we figured out ways that we could work together generally,…That happened to be one where we could find some agreement.”

Yes, working together suddenly becomes a lot more attractive when you are handed a large pile of cash with almost no rules.

Peter Courtney, the Democrat Senate President said “We decided to shoot the moon, shoot Pluto…These are the times that require these kinds of daring, risky actions.”

And hell, if all it takes to get the Republicans to sell out the people who elected them is a bunch of money from the Feds, why the heck not? Peter does not like shooting generally, but some interplanetary target practice with money from Washington ain’t so bad.

It would explain the rude and dismissive responses from Fred Girod’s office when gun owners called asking that he stand up for their rights.

(4 million bucks is a nice sum for a guy whose house burned down in fires that exploded due to demented Democrat forest policy.)

It would explain why House Reps like Bill Post, who never missed an opportunity to have his hand out to gun owners when he thought the money would increase his stature in his caucus, would use his Twitter feed to ridicule gun owners and mock a recall effort. (“…these are not Republicans sending threats. They are gun guys who for the most part don’t vote nor contribute to the party. They’ve never been active in the party.”)

  • It would explain why Lynn Findley and Bill Hansell would abandon their constituents and expedite the passage of SB 554.
  • It would explain why appointed Senator Bill Kennemer would stick around after telling the people who chose him as a candidate he would walk out.
  • It would explain why Christine Drazan, who led the House walkout last session, has reconsidered the wisdom of that (successful) strategy.

“Drazan said that the budget proposal floated by Courtney and Kotek was one key to breaking a logjam in the House, where Republicans had insisted until last week that all bills be read in full before a vote.”

That kind of money can certainly look like a lot of votes come election time. If there are any Republicans left to vote for you after your policies force most to leave the state.

So there you have it. A windfall of money from the feds, fleeced from the taxpayers, greases the skids to a new harmony in the Oregon Legislature. And all it cost was freedom, dignity, and your rights.

www.opb.org/article/2021/04/23/oregon-budget-experiment-would-give-every-lawmaker-millions-to-spend-within-reason/


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Mac
Mac
1 month ago

I grew up in Oregon but live in the Great State of Texas now. I do not recognize my home state any more, how sad. The left wing looney tunes have taken over. Such a beautiful state stolen from all of us. I don’t even want to set foot in Oregon again. So very sad.

Knute
Knute
1 month ago

Some of us have been warning people about exactly this for many decades! It’s just that almost nobody ever wanted to listen….. until now. For example, I’ve been urging people to read the following official USG, USN, ONI, document for many years now: “in the interest of future world order, peace, and tranquility, it was decided to privately wage a quiet war against the American public with an ultimate objective of permanently shifting the natural and social energy (wealth) of the undisciplined and irresponsible many into the hands of the self-disciplined, responsible, and worthy few.” -https://educate-yourself.org/cn/silentweaponsquietwarsmay79.shtml Can anyone deny the… Read more »

Vern
Vern
1 month ago
Reply to  Knute

A one world order led by satan himself.

Henry Bowman
Henry Bowman
1 month ago

The GOP is full of RINOs from coast to coast… They’re worthless and will never protect your Rights. This is why I have in the past voted Libertarian. Now in this era of commiecrat rigged elections, that doesn’t matter anymore. Everyone who’s in office is willing to sell you out, and you can’t remove them anymore – they made sure of that!

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Superman
Superman
1 month ago
Reply to  Henry Bowman

In voting Libertarian, you effectively voted for a Dumbocrat. With friends like you; who needs enemies?

Stag
Stag
1 month ago
Reply to  Superman

In voting Republican, you effectively voted for arms control. With friends like you; who needs enemies?

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Henry Bowman
Henry Bowman
1 month ago
Reply to  Superman

Two wrongs don’t make a right, RINO. The GOP had many opportunities – MANY – to set things right when they had control of all 3 branches federally and a majority of states. They willfully p!$$ed it away and collude with the commiecrats. A pox on BOTH houses. And p!$$ on you for being so intellectually enslaved that you can’t think outside the box. The ONLY wasted vote is the one where you don’t vote according to one’s conscience. I gave them their chance back when I considered myself a “Ron Paul Republican” and lastly when I was a “ReTrumplican”.… Read more »

WI Patriot
WI Patriot
1 month ago

Oregon was lost a decade ago…

nrringlee
nrringlee
1 month ago
Reply to  WI Patriot

Actually lost during the 1970’s. When my generation marched off to serve during the Vietnam war we were replaced by dopers from Kalifornia. When we returned the state was flipped and the Constiution of the State of Oregon was replaced by the Prairie Fire Manifesto. White punks on dope become frustrated, enraged and self-absorbed old progressives. That is who runs the state now. Chain saws are now silent. You will not hear a Jake Brake in the state. Oregon Logger suspenders are replaced with Rainbow Jihad suspenders. Corks are replaced with Birkenstocks. So glad to be in Arizona.

musicman44mag
musicman44mag
1 month ago
Reply to  nrringlee

Well I am glad you made it out. I was here in the 70’s and loved it because it was not kommiefornia. I returned thinking it would be the same. all the guys wearing flannel shirts, having beards and being real outdoor woodsy guys but that is all gone. So sorry when I left that the real Oregone that it disappeared. I am now looking at disappearing to South Dakota or Wyoming, maybe Montana because their governor just took on the same position against our government disarming us as your governor. Our governor is a bisexual ruling bitch that thinks… Read more »

Mac
Mac
1 month ago
Reply to  nrringlee

I hear ya. I moved to Texas 33 years ago. I miss the beauty of Oregon but that’s all. I still have family there and wish they would join me in Texas.

Vern
Vern
1 month ago
Reply to  nrringlee

More than likely in the late sixties. The night before I left Nam, late July 1968, we were put in the transit barracks across the road from the ammo dump in DaNang. That night we were hit with rockets, no helmets, no flak jackets, no weapons. Just an overcrowded bunker and anctous guys just wanting to go home. We survived. The next day we were on the plane at the end of the air strip getting ready to make the run to be air born when we could hear the familiar wump of incoming over the jet engines. You could… Read more »

Phil in TX
Phil in TX
1 month ago
Reply to  Vern

Thank you for your service, Vern. Glad you made it back OK.

Phil in TX

Vern
Vern
1 month ago
Reply to  Phil in TX

You are welcome.