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Misdemeanor Conviction = No Guns For Life

Many people do not know this, but it is unlawful for any person who has been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence (in Arkansas the most common misdemeanor domestic violence crime is domestic battery in the third degree), to possess a firearm. This is a federal statute, which means that it supersedes any relevant state statute to the contrary. What the statute means is that if a person has been found guilty or have plead guilty/no contest to a crime of domestic violence (even a misdemeanor) that person has lost the right to possess a fire arm for life.

Husband's Fault Obama Won- Wife Runs Husband Over

Now we have all been blamed for things beyond our control, but this one takes the cake. An Arizona woman (Holly Solomon) blamed her husband for Obama's re-election, because he did not vote in this years election (Obama you owe this man big). Regardless of her rationale (understanding crazy people just means your crazy too), she is a women of strong political convictions, and she felt she had to fight back against those who do not support her views (that's always been safe grounds for violence).