montgomery wrote:bayou wrote:What does 30.06 have to do with the discussion about felonies? If you differ in opinion with the felons not having access to guns that's ok but don't hijack the thread with a trolling comment.
Point is the same guys that want to beat the law by not doing the time are no different than those that beat the 30.06. Same mentality. . .
I'm sick of your insults and your arrogance. Wanting to provide a way for a felon to restore constitutional rights is not trying to "beat the law" as you falsely claim. It's a call to change the law. If an administrative hearing with the possibility of a state court review were to be implemented, it would not guarantee restoration of rights. If the facts did not warrant restoration, then the administrative officer and the state court would likely refuse restoration. If you truly cannot separate the concept of a sentence imposed by a court and the impact of an extra-judical legislative act, then you should consider not insulting others by making false claims about their motives.