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 Post subject: HR38 National Reciprocity
PostPosted: Fri Sep 08, 2017 4:04 pm 
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Indications are that Rep. Paul Ryan is the person who refuses to move the National Reciprocity bill along. A interview on Armed American Radio with Mark Walters was with Rep. Massie who introduced the bill. He stated that every time he asked Paul Ryan to bring the the Reciprocity bill forward his response is "not at this time". Paul Ryan apparently is not our friend in this situation. If not now when? If we don't get this done it will never happen. This is the closest we will ever get, another opportunity will not arise.

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 Post subject: Re: HR38 National Reciprocity
PostPosted: Sat Sep 09, 2017 2:32 pm 
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I think we will be seeing some changes in the 2018 election cycle. Trump won and I think a lot of these establishment types didn't get that memo. Stopping the MAGA agenda is going to cost them. I am hopeful that we will indeed get more senate seats and be able to finally get things going.

The Paul Ryan types just think we'll go away post election like we didn't really want real change. He is going to find out how very wrong he is.

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