Good Job, Nota

Yesterday our own Notamobster brought to our attention the fact that the council and Mayor of Guntersville, Alabama was trying to pass an ordinance to allow police to confiscate guns in case of emergency. He wrote a letter to them and, it seems that others noticed it as well. Today they reversed their action.

Guntersville Council Withdraws Proposed Emergency Management Ordinance

The city of Guntersville is not passing a law to let them take people’s guns away, and held a one minute long council session to make that clear.

Mayor Leigh Dollar said a proposed ordinance to establish municipal actions as needed in case of disaster of emergencies became misinterpreted and misrepresented.

“It was never the intent of the mayor or city council to take anyone’s guns away,” she said.”

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8 Responses to Good Job, Nota

  1. TaterSalad says:

    The American people, black, white,Asian and Latino can all see through this Obama/Holder/Feinstein charade to bring gun control and eventual gun confiscation to America. Yes, there have been shortfalls in the laws that have not been enforced but that is NOT the fault of the 2nd. Amendment. That is the fault of the American people to hold their elected representatives accountable to enforce “their laws” they have applied.

  2. notamobster says:

    Freaking awesome!!! See, one man, (with access to thousands of others) can make a difference. :-)

  3. EastBayLarry says:

    Well, “It was never the intent of the mayor or city council to take anyone’s guns away,” is, of course not true. But it’s probably safe to say that it was never their intent for anybody to notice their desire to take guns away.

    Good job Nota! Any small victory like this is worth celebrating.

  4. Greg B says:

    Glad you only use your powers for Good.
    :)

  5. Bman says:

    The Force is strong with Nota. Outstanding, Sir!

  6. RJ says:

    outstanding job Nota

  7. rider says:

    Great job Nota! :-)

  8. reboot says:

    Ya done a great thing! Congrats!

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