posted on May, 4 2012 @ 08:39 AM
This is what they think of us. We're all criminals just looking for blood. Not only are we all criminals but their laws are apparently all-powerful.
Something they refuse to second guess even when using a failure of those laws as an excuse to keep them.
Republican state Sen. Jack Barnes, for instance, called it “a slap in the face of law enforcement” in New Hampshire, which has been
overwhelmed recently with the death of one police chief and the wounding of four officers.
It seems even "pro-gun" politicians can dance in the blood of victims from time to time.
Sure, in NH it's a $10 fee and a two week wait. Simple enough, right?
When looking at the consequences for not having that $10 piece of paper on you it's not so simple. Even though you may be lawfully permitted to carry
lacking that permit suddenly creates a felon by virtue of bureaucracy.
Forgetting to dot an "i" or to cross a "t" shouldnt be a felonious crime. Yet it is.
Whoever violates the provisions of this section shall, for the first such offense, be guilty of a misdemeanor. For the second and for each
subsequent violation of the provisions of this section, such person shall be guilty of a class B felony, provided such second or subsequent violation
has occurred within 7 years of the previous conviction.
Taking into account all the other bureaucratic crimes the nickle and dime you into a jail cell like carrying on an ATV or carrying during hunting
season just about anyone carrying full-time in the "free" state of NH will be open to some charge sooner or later.
Here the state reps were trying to get rid of one of these felonies by bureaucratic decree and the senate shut it down citing it as a "slap in the
face to law enforcement".
That's a major complaint I have about this state. For all the supposed libertarians running around there seems to be an awfully high number of these
old guard totalitarian politicians who, if given the chance, would give law enforcement complete reign over the state.
Prospective VP option Kelly Ayotte is one of these.