He apparently was not here in corpus praesens, but his MAIG/Brady bills were. I was checking yesterday the Florida Senate bills since it was the last day for the legislature and noticed several proposals that seemed quite familiar but did not go anywhere.

SB 1670: Assault Weapons and Magazines. Basically the version of Feinstein’s AWB Deux.  D.O.A.

SB 1640: Weapons or Firearms. Florida’s version of Universal background checks without the sweet parts of the Federal bill and a much more restricted family tree. D.O.A. 

SB 1582: Culpable Negligence. This would be an Assault Weapons Ban Light. D.O.A.

SB 1018: Regulation of Firearms and Ammunition. I think I may have mentioned this one before. Basically eliminating the legislature’s pre-emption and allowing every frigging elected town, county and/or dog-catcher to create its own local regulations. D.O.A.

SB 1234: Sale of Firearms and Ammunition. Imposing a 4% tax on the sales of firearms and ammunition to pay for Mental Health studies, treatment and assorted bullshit. Apparently guns cause madness or they cannot collect from Bath Salt dealers and we are the Usual Suspects.  D.O.A.

I would love to know how many other states had bills like these introduced and did not go anywhere. I know Gun Control activist do have an “involuntary vascular penile reaction” for Florida since we are pretty much have been defying them and being the bad example on guns for other states since the late 90s and before. That they can’t advance anything worthwhile down here must be eating them up inside.

And the Florida Senate has adjourned Sine Die. That means “They are done and can’t screw up no more.”

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “What if Bloomberg came to Florida and nobody noticed?”
  1. Hey Florida, we in Colorado would like to hire some of your assassins.

    As you remember, out of the 5 terrible bills over here, 3 passed, 1 had to be put down like a jackal(the concealed carry on campus one), and only one was DOA.

    1. The trick is keeping the California transplants out.
      None of the ridiculousness you’ve been subjected to can be traced to the state of Colorado.
      It was all ideas from some place else.

  2. It’s good we didn’t lose anything, and the Norman vs. State case just might bring us open carry. It’s a good time to be in the Gunshine state.

  3. Kansas had no antigun bills introduced, but did see passage of a Second Amendment protection act, improved concealed carry reciprocity, decriminalized carrying bast gunbuster signs, enacted state pre emption on knives and legalized all types of knives and carrying same openly or concealed and intiated a phase out of subordinate governmental units prohibiting carry unless they provide adequate armed security and provisions for weapon storage at said locations. The only thing that stalled is complete state pre emption for open carry but is poised to pass in the next legislative session. Overall it is good time to be a Kansan. 🙂

  4. Virginia killed all of our anti-second amend. bills the plus was we had a rep. running around waving an AK47 on the house floor and barging into a committee hearing with it to we’re he came close to being taken out by five or six citizens with CHP’s. Credit to the armed citizens in determining that the person with the loaded AK was not a threat in 0.5 sec and not firing their weapons, so much for the we will all over react and kill everyone.

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