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NickB79

(18,976 posts)
Sun Apr 9, 2023, 02:19 PM Apr 2023

Missouri gun nuts accidentally stop gun stores from opening

This is hilarious 🤣

https://www.businessinsider.com/missouri-officials-refuse-atf-gun-laws-unconstitutional-2023-4?amp

Missouri officials in one county have refused to work with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, or ATF, claiming that the government agency is unconstitutional.

Six top elected officials in Camden County signed a letter to the ATF saying as much, according to the NPR affiliate KCUR 89.3.


But here's the kicker: the gun stores can't open or do the required background checks without the requested info.

The ATF was attempting to get zoning information to process applications for four individuals trying to open gun shops in the county, the outlet reported. John Ham, the public-information officer for the ATF's Kansas City Field Division, told KCUR that the bureau is trying to help civilians open gun stores, not prevent them from doing so.

"We use that information to put people in business, not to take people out of business," Ham told KCUR, adding that he had never seen a county refuse to provide such information, which is required to open new gun businesses.
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Missouri gun nuts accidentally stop gun stores from opening (Original Post) NickB79 Apr 2023 OP
Maybe they accidentally Turbineguy Apr 2023 #1
All actions have consequences sanatanadharma Apr 2023 #2

sanatanadharma

(3,559 posts)
2. All actions have consequences
Sun Apr 9, 2023, 05:22 PM
Apr 2023

Not all consequences are foreseen nor desired.
All action is impelled by desire.
If an action to be taken is known to not satisfy the desire, why act out.
If an action will satisfy the desire, action may be taken to satisfy the desire. Success is not guaranteed.
Desire clouds wisdom and the unintended and unwanted results ruin our best made plans.
Satisfaction achieved fails to last.
New desires grab us, ever more and more driving desires deluge and delude the dull.

Some karmic-comeuppance is quite entertaining to watch when one is sitting outside of those dubious desires.

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