Mr. Forsyth,I'll post any reply I might get. Don't expect much, since Beall supported AB 962.
I am writing to inquire on Mr. Bealls position on the up comming AB 1810, proposing that rifles and shotgun transfers go through the DROS process, effectively introducing long gun registration in the state of California. If Mr. Beall is consistent in his political philosophy on firearms law, most recently expressed in his support of the onerous AB 962, I would expect him to support AB 1810.
But in so doing, I would like Mr. Beall to explain to his constituents how gun registration will make citizen safer or help to solve crimes. Lovelle Mixon was able to obtain firearms in spite of existing laws requiring background checks, prohibiting criminals possessing firearms or ammunition, and punishing those who provide them to criminals. So, would Mr. Beall support making illegal acts more illegaller?
I myself strongly oppose this legislation, and would oppose the continued tenure of any representative who supports increased firearms restrictions. I will continue my opposition through all possible channels, including my blog, Left Coast Conservative.
Friday, April 9, 2010
Letter to Jim Beall - Oppose AB 1810
Here is the letter I just sent inquiring as to Mr. Bealls position on AB 1810, addressed to Cris Forsyth, Bealls Chief of Staff: