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    Michael R. King
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    Thru the NRA I sent a message to Governor Martinez of New Mexico she needed to kill NM HB 17. I also told her to introduce legislation to the effect that if you were not born in New Mexico, you could not hold ANY public office. This maybe setting a precedence for other states to follow, Wyoming,Montana,Texas, etc. The California Virus is spreading, Oregon, Washington, Colorado are dead, Arizona is dying. I used to live in Sierra County, near Truth or Consequences, (no truth, only consequences). I was stationed in GTMO for a couple of years, as the Californians have taken over Sierra County, and as I was registered as a Republican, they refused to send me my absentee ballot materials. Aside from being agents of “culturecide” like a virus they work to replicate the ultra-liberal poison, cancer, where ever they spread; they do not assimilate. The Yankee Virus on the east coast is almost complete, ultra-liberal carpet baggers bought the South, the south is dead, the body is still twitching in Mississippi and Alabama. Perhaps we should all move to and concentrate our efforts to the states that are fighting for survival. Some thoughts to ponder.

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    lcgraham
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    Michael, I’m in Albuquerque.  Your suggestion about restricting holders of public office to those born in the state is probably not practical.  Members of the military, fire rescue and EMS are migrating all over the United States and its territories heading towards their next assignment or in search of better opportunities.  Would you suggest that if they chose to retire in the community where they had their last assignment, that they should not be allowed to run for public office?  I understand your frustration, but a better method would be to have the potential candidates of public office have to live in their respective districts for x number of years before being eligible to run for that office.

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    Michael R. King
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    LC GRAHAM,

    I am searching for solutions, thanks for your insight. You are correct, probably not practical. But as mentioned they do not assimilate, talking ultra-liberals, the cancer, so how long they live in a place will not purge them of their socialism / globalism. I was stationed in New Mexico for 5 years, and came to love the desert. I would use my vote to try and ensure the right people were elected, and would abide by a law that disallows me from holding political office. The price being worth the effect? Law enforcement and military could be exempted? Banning non-natives from office would weaken their direct political activism, but not guaranty the local politicians would not be anti first and second amendment, politicians being what they are, political party making no difference. Yes you are correct also in that it is very frustrating. And of course in all honesty, I am looking at the situation from my ultra-conservative view point. I love the constitution as it is, black and white, I have no problems with anyone who does not want to take away my rights. But usurpation is in their DNA. V/R mike

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    cavtroopermunoz
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    It is my belief that the left are importing their low income/intellect voters into states that they want to take over before the mid-term elections. Here in Texas we have seen an influx of out of state plates with socialist bumper stickers on the roads. It would be easy for them to import these people as they are fairly nomadic in their quest for work and low income housing. What is it to them to move somewhere for a year in order to spread their agenda and then move on to the next target. I wonder how much the elitist are paying for this subversion? Candidates cost a lot of money and need to be educated with a fairly clean record so the cost is greater, but flood the voting community with their brown shirts, teach them how to vote multiple times and then you can swing an election without the investment of time and money.

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