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Virginia Regulatory Town Hall
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Department of General Services
Regulations Banning Concealed Firearms in Offices Occupied by Executive Branch Agencies [1 VAC 30 ‑ 105]
Action Promulgation of new regulation banning concealed firearms in executive branch agency offices
Stage Emergency/NOIRA
Comment Period Ends 1/27/2016
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12/15/15  3:29 pm
Commenter: David Hardin

We The People have the right to self defense and to stop tyranny from happening

The proposed regulation to stripe the rights of law abiding citizens to open or concealed carry is out of line with what our Founding Fathers intended by the Second Amendment of the US Constitution. Thye meant that we could be called up to defend our country, our Commonwealth, and other states, along with local jurisdictions, our families, businesses, churches, synagogaues, and the like. Yes even to protect ourselves. Every so-called violent act today has been done by terrorists foreign and domestic, many of which are associated with a particular idealogy of progressivism of some sort, or Islam, or both. This is a fact even though many do not want to reveal the truth of the matter to the people. Our founders also did not want us to be unarmed for foreign invaders to simply come and take us over with no opposition to the invaders, and to be able to go against our own nation if need be, since they are trying to be tyrannical over We the People who are the bosses of the politicians of all political parties, not the other way around. We are not beholden to the politicians, nor the judiciary, nor the donor class, the lobbyists, the unions, and the like.

Our rights come God, not from the government, nor any man or woman. Government gets their rigths to govern from We the People, and when they turn on us, we have teh right to disband that government.

Please end the Unconstutional ban on guns in government buildings. This ban is something the Governor did not have the right to do without the General Assembly giving him that right. He has as usual overstepped his "authority."

Please extend this conversation for the citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia.


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