Kentucky Sheriff to Obama: No Gun Control in My County

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posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 09:34 AM
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Kentucky Sheriff to Obama: No Gun Control in My County


Jackson County Kentucky Sheriff Denny Peyman is making it clear that no law that violates the Constitution will be upheld in his county.


I sure like reading this kind of article.This is a stand up fellow in my opinion. I think I will forward this link to my county sheriff. and see how much of a stand up guy he is as well. I encourage others to do the same. Send this link to your local sheriff and see how he responds and then come back to the thread with your reports.




posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 09:43 AM
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So he supports illicit images of children? I mean it's free speech after all. Posession and distributing that is. Not making. How bout nukes for the people too? Those amendments have been adjusted to modern times for good reasons.



posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 09:47 AM
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Originally posted by exitusstatuquo
Send this link to your local sheriff and see how he responds and then come back to the thread with your reports.

Sure thing.

Should I report back after they raid my home or before?


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posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 09:49 AM
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I was going to forward it to my local sheriff but then I remembered in live in Chicago.



posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 09:51 AM
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Kudos to the Kentuckian....in the spirit of his fellow Kentuckian, Daniel Boone.
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posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 09:52 AM
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But seriously, the Sheriff is the last line of defense against government tyranny.

Here is an example of a Sheriff honoring his sworn oath to the Constitution:


Would not surprise me if both these Sheriffs are oath keepers.



posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 09:55 AM
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Way to go sheriff.


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posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 09:59 AM
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Originally posted by PsykoOps
So he supports illicit images of children? I mean it's free speech after all. Posession and distributing that is. Not making. How bout nukes for the people too? Those amendments have been adjusted to modern times for good reasons.


No. No it's not free speech because when you are sexually assaulting children you are violating their civil rights. And did you really just compare molesting children to gun control? Not one of your better posts imho.....
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posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 10:00 AM
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Originally posted by PsykoOps
How bout nukes for the people too?


There is nothing to stop you (aside from the physics and engineering problems) from building your own nukes. You just need to get the permits. And pay the BATFE $200 to register it as a DD.



posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 10:08 AM
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..but permits and registrations are against the amendment. So how bout other nasty stuff. Like tanks, napalm bombs, biological weapons etc.etc.? Nuke was just an example I threw in because it is the most extreme one. Also I don't believe that anyone can build their own nuke in US unless you can cite some source.


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posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 10:13 AM
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So someone expresses their rights, expresses their right to keep their rights and it is met with hyperbole?

Has that what the debate has come to?



posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 10:16 AM
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Don't you know? Semi automatic is enough to take down the government.

Its all hypocrisy, i see people arguing to have assault rifle, but why not a rocket launcher?

I guess 2nd amend ends with assault rifles.



posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 10:18 AM
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Someone should tell him that there are already gun control laws in effect today.

This is why I don't take these people serious, because they don't even understand current law. We can have much stricter gun control with no new laws and just EOs to have stricter enforcement.



posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 10:21 AM
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I havta laugh at this-

Having lived in KY (Laurel Co.) I have to say it is the biggest Police State "commonwealth" in the nation... Sure, you can buy guns without even an ID or background check ("Flea markets" with "private sellers" are actually open air Gun markets) BUT Dancing is Illegal in many places (Laurel County for instance) and its a "moist" county (meaning only BARS can serve Booze and no "take out" meaning you have to DRIVE to have a drink unless you pick up small amounts from other countys and bring it back home- BUT you can be charged with "bootlegging" if you surpass the small amount allowed)- OH and Random Checkpoints everywhere, Random stops to run warrant checks if you are walking around, etc, etc, etc...)

Now, that said- I agree with the Sheriff, BUT KY is already a Police State where Law abiding adults are treated like Criminals and you are "guilty" until proven innocent.

Terrible State and thank God I am not there any longer-



posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 10:21 AM
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Don't mess with the Bluegrass!

Here is another Kentuckian from my hometown taking a stand on CNN!



Tell you what boys, when it goes down y'all know where the Commonwealth stands


EDIT: Here he is again owning Piers Morgan, Alex Jones needs to take some notes



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posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 10:21 AM
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OK you made a good point {Somewhat} in your opening reply but now you're just being silly imho.



posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 10:32 AM
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Originally posted by PsykoOps
..but permits and registrations are against the amendment. So how bout other nasty stuff. Like tanks, napalm bombs, biological weapons etc.etc.? Nuke was just an example I threw in because it is the most extreme one. Also I don't believe that anyone can build their own nuke in US unless you can cite some source.


I would agree (yes, I know you were being sarcastic) that the $200 tax violates the 2nd amendment. The permits are required to produce the components required for a nuke, not for the nuke itself. If you could pop down to fission-R-us to pick up some nuclear material, the only permits required would be for the explosives.

As far as tanks, artillery pieces etc are concerned, they are legal to own by private citizens. Napalm bombs are legal with the correct permits. They are (although not technically napalm, it is very close) used extensively in action movies. Every time you have a cold or the flu YOU are a biological weapon. Have you ever been arrested for being sick? Or how about the last time you left that piece of chicken in the fridge a bit too long and it turned into a science experiment? Are you guilty of manufacturing a biological weapon?



posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 10:44 AM
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If 5-10 million citizens with semi-automatics rose up against a globalist socialist dictator they would overthrow him and they would not need rocket launchers. The numbers would be sufficient to purge the rouge elements and restore our constitutional republic.



posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 10:50 AM
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Originally posted by exitusstatuquo
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If 5-10 million citizens with semi-automatics rose up against a globalist socialist dictator they would overthrow him and they would not need rocket launchers. The numbers would be sufficient to purge the rouge elements and restore our constitutional republic.

0-And who is in charge then? Alex Jones lol- maybe a Sheriff in Ky who thinks DANCING should be a Crime involving jail? A Sheriff in KY who says "no gun law" BUT we should be able to randomly stop, search and run your name for no other reason?

Christ, look at the laws in that State (specifically certain Counties) and the sentencing for really stupid things - If some KY Sheriff rises up, I am rising up AGAINST him. I like to dance and occasionally have a beer in my own home- I think that if the police see you having A beer on your front porch this shout NOT be probable cause to enter your home and "count" how many cans of beer you have to (possibly) jail you for Bootlegging. Especially since (living in laurel County) the closest place to buy "Take out" beer is Richmond KY or going into TN which is a 2 and a half hour round trip ...

-Anyhow I really laugh when totalitarian people who violate EVERYONES Civil rights want to scream about the Constitution when it effects THEM.



posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 11:13 AM
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Originally posted by DarKPenguiN

Originally posted by exitusstatuquo
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If 5-10 million citizens with semi-automatics rose up against a globalist socialist dictator they would overthrow him and they would not need rocket launchers. The numbers would be sufficient to purge the rouge elements and restore our constitutional republic.

0-And who is in charge then? Alex Jones lol- maybe a Sheriff in Ky who thinks DANCING should be a Crime involving jail? A Sheriff in KY who says "no gun law" BUT we should be able to randomly stop, search and run your name for no other reason?

Christ, look at the laws in that State (specifically certain Counties) and the sentencing for really stupid things - If some KY Sheriff rises up, I am rising up AGAINST him. I like to dance and occasionally have a beer in my own home- I think that if the police see you having A beer on your front porch this shout NOT be probable cause to enter your home and "count" how many cans of beer you have to (possibly) jail you for Bootlegging. Especially since (living in laurel County) the closest place to buy "Take out" beer is Richmond KY or going into TN which is a 2 and a half hour round trip ...

-Anyhow I really laugh when totalitarian people who violate EVERYONES Civil rights want to scream about the Constitution when it effects THEM.


Not getting your point exactly, there are Stupid Laws across the nation and the world.

Who in the world got busted and jailed for dancing in their house? What is this Footloose?

As far as wet vs dry counties in Kentucky, these are decided by majority vote by the citizens of said county. I remember Hardin County being dry along time ago, now in Elizabethtown there are liquor stores because citizens voted to make the county moist (Wet Cities).

Even more counties are going wet by vote.


The most recent cities to vote wet under this statute did so in successive weeks in the summer of 2012—Franklin and Murray on July 17, La Grange on July 24, Georgetown on July 31, and Princeton on August 7
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How in the world can you blame a sheriff for what the majority voted for? Me personally, I applaud him for taking a stand against proposed unconstitutional laws.





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