posted on Feb, 15 2013 @ 11:54 PM
My email sent to Ellinger, McNeil, and Schupp (Gray was not on House email list):
I am not in any one of your constituencies, so feel free to not respond. I am writing in response to your introduction and sponsorship of House Bill
545. I am curious why you would introduce a bill which you must know is clearly unconstitutional.
The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution reads "A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of
the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed".
The bill you have proposed obviously infringes on the right to keep and bear arms. Furthermore, the bill you propose subverts the intention of the
Second Amendment and jeopardizes the security, sovereignty, and civil liberties of the very people you are supposed to represent. Being complicit in
such a bill would make one think that you were also complicit in a grander scheme to take control of the general population and take away the
liberties and benefits that were guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution.
Although I do not reside within your constituency, I will make every effort possible to inform those who do live in your constituency how you are
trying to legislate away their freedom, independence, and security simply by informing them of this bill you are introducing and the subsequent
effects that would result if such a bill was passed.
If you have any questions about the meaning and the intent of the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution I would be glad to help you out
as much as I could. Any further questions you may have regarding the U.S. Constitution or any of its Amendments and the intent of any part of it, I
can either answer for you or easily direct you to convenient resources which clearly explain the text and intent.
I would hope that you would reconsider your interest in this bill and retract your sponsorship. This bill does not represent the constituency, nor
does it represent the best interests of the people of the sovereign state of Missouri.
I blind copied my own rep and I'm guessing he'll get a good laugh out of it. He would never, repeat NEVER vote in a bill like this one.