Constitutional Carry In Texas Dies On The Grounds of Alleged Intimidation

Consolidate the one of us that are left in places that we can combine our strength again the coming tide.
You see…
They arn’t idiots as much as we would like to paint them that way…
A rapid take over triggers a revolution but, slowly dipping the population in an endless stream of madness a bit at a time makes them numb. Have you noticed the acceleration of laws that flat defy the constitution recently?

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How is it that South Dakota can pass this but Texas can’t?

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Simple, Texas legislators are no where near being as pro-2A as people think.

Here’s my take on Texas since I do still visit on occasion and my two sons still live there:
As one poster noted the good jobs are near the metro complexes. Get in the rural areas and those dry up quickly. Fuel is expensive. Not sure why but it is what is is. Police are PIA’s, especially if you have out of state plates. The CJS is a racket.

Now to the 2A specifically. As others have noted, Texas has had a huge influx of people who fled their progressive utopias yet brought the same policies, law and regulations to Texas. I saw this same thing happen to my home state of Washington in the 70s and 80s and look what has happened there.

The problem we see there and in other states is that the progressive minority is quite vocal and good at pushing laws, all in the name of “progress, fairness, etc…” while most average middle of the road types and conservatives just want to be left alone, work, support their families, and in our case exercise the 2A Right. We have a similar situation here in WV but have a grassroots organization (WVCDL) that has been instrumental in blunting and blocking anti-2A nonsense. What it takes though is people fighting the good fight (politically speaking) and getting involved.

Finally, we all need to understand that the idea of “get out and go somewhere free” is over. There is nowhere to go. Now some places (New Jersey and California for example) are lost causes most probably. But many are not. Texas I believe still has a fighting chance but it will take the “silent majority” to wake up and make their voices heard.

JMHO

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Then democrats will win every election. How many electoral votes is that?

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Still a lot of red and this was before the dims started going full tilt socialist baby killers.

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I wonder why Denton county is another color(teal)? That’s the county I live in.

Apparently you’re surrounded by liberals. No wonder you can’t wait to get out of Texas. I’m not familiar with anything in Denton but the race track. No liberals there. Lol

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Don’t forget the heat and lack of any beautiful landscape. :wink:

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Right! Y’all don’t even have trees. Just tall bushes. Last time I was in Amarillo, we got there at 6pm and it was still 105°. No doubt, Texas can be a brutal place.

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During the summer it’ll be 90-95 with humidity before 8am. Haha. Shit it sucks here.

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Ugh, awful! Go north, you get the tornadoes. Go west, you get the dirt, go south or east and it’s the piney woods with all the pollen and crap that makes you sick half the year. I say we all take over Colorado and make it red again. Lol

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I wish. It’s stunning there, especially around the San Isabel National Forest. Gotta go to Idaho to ensure it STAYS red. :wink:

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@KeithP

Denton has the University of North Texas.

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@KeithP

Dallas (just southeast of Denton by about 40 miles), has severe ragweed problems every late August thru October. The rest of the year - not too bad.

College area. That explains a lot.

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McAllen and Brownsville is where my woman is from…113° seems common, that fries us gingers like vampires.

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