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rancher1school
01-09-2013, 5:20 PM
So I am going to pop the question. Please tell me if the question does not make cents. (Reworded, tell me if it sounds better)

What are the proper channels for communicating with the commander of the California State Military Reserve in relation to him following any orders before or after a possible gun ban through Presidential Executive Order?

http://www.calguard.ca.gov/casmr/Pages/Candee_bio.aspx

Go to number 41.
http://www.saccourt.ca.gov/general/judicial-phone.aspx

Doheny
01-09-2013, 5:23 PM
So I am going to pop the question. Please tell me if the question does not make cents.

What are the proper channels for communicating with the commander of the California State Military Reserve in relation to him following any orders in realtion to the possible gun ban through Presidential Executive Order.

http://www.calguard.ca.gov/casmr/Pages/Candee_bio.aspx

Go to number 41.
http://www.saccourt.ca.gov/general/judicial-phone.aspx

You may want to re-write your post. It's hard to understand what you're trying to say.

rancher1school
01-09-2013, 5:27 PM
I thought for 10 minutes on how to better word that thought in to one or two sentences.

HowardW56
01-09-2013, 5:27 PM
So I am going to pop the question. Please tell me if the question does not make cents.

What are the proper channels for communicating with the commander of the California State Military Reserve in relation to him following any orders in realtion to the possible gun ban through Presidential Executive Order.

http://www.calguard.ca.gov/casmr/Pages/Candee_bio.aspx

Go to number 41.
http://www.saccourt.ca.gov/general/judicial-phone.aspx


:confused::confused::confused::confused::confused: :confused:

stix213
01-09-2013, 5:33 PM
So I am going to pop the question. Please tell me if the question does not make cents.

What are the proper channels for communicating with the commander of the California State Military Reserve in relation to him following any orders in realtion to the possible gun ban through Presidential Executive Order.

http://www.calguard.ca.gov/casmr/Pages/Candee_bio.aspx

Go to number 41.
http://www.saccourt.ca.gov/general/judicial-phone.aspx

After rereading your question a few times, I think you mean:

How do I communicate with the commander of the CA State Military Reserve on the topic of a potential Presidential executive order to ban guns, specifically regarding whether he/they should follow such executive order?

rancher1school
01-09-2013, 5:35 PM
After rereading your question a few times, I think you mean:

How do I communicate with the commander of the CA State Military Reserve on the topic of a potential Presidential executive order to ban guns, specifically regarding whether he/they should follow such executive order?

Thank you, that's what I meant.

jonc
01-09-2013, 5:36 PM
:confused::confused::confused:

rancher1school
01-09-2013, 5:41 PM
Even I am confused with my own question now.

LCU1670
01-09-2013, 5:56 PM
Not needed, csmr has no police powers.

LCU1670
01-09-2013, 5:57 PM
Not needed, csmr has no police powers.

OleCuss
01-09-2013, 6:05 PM
Ultimately, the State Military Reserve, the California National Guard, etc. answer to the governor. The governor is not all that likely to disobey a directive from Obama.

But you never know, Brown can sometimes surprise me with some independence and at least a slight appreciation for liberty.

Where your hope really resides is in the officer corps and the enlisted. There are a lot of them who would be more likely to overthrow the state government than to enforce a wholesale confiscation of firearms.

Lots of rural LEOs (and a fair number of urban and suburban ones) would also refuse to comply. And it is important to remember that these folk have to go home to families and neighbors who may not be all that happy about having their firearms confiscated.

And one other point? I think General Baldwin may still be the Adjutant General. Back when I knew him he was an honorable man - and I suspect he still is. I have real problems with the idea that he would follow orders to execute a mass firearms confiscation. If he did, I'd be asking for an appointment to go talk to the guy - I might even get it. . .

Calplinker
01-09-2013, 6:39 PM
So, I'm going to pop a question to you. Tell me if this makes cents.

Do your parents know you're using their computer and login???? :rolleyes:

islabaseball
01-09-2013, 6:47 PM
all it takes is one and the rest will follow!

rancher1school
01-09-2013, 6:56 PM
So, I'm going to pop a question to you. Tell me if this makes cents.

Do your parents know you're using their computer and login???? :rolleyes:
I don't use their computer anymore.:rolleyes:

LMTluvr
01-09-2013, 6:58 PM
Really?
Bad idea. On so many levels.
Try following the suggestions in here. Write the politicians.
Bring a friend who's good at spell/grammar check.
Trying to write him will a ) likely not even be read nor responded to
B) even if responded to I highly doubt he would tell you either way..that's a rather personal question and anybody with a brain with rank knows better than to answer in any form of documented fashion.
If you're own question confuses you, put down the brewski. Go to bed. Write politicians Tommorow.

fizux
01-09-2013, 10:38 PM
Reserves = Federal
National Guard = State, but can be federalized (title 10 vs. 32).

They've used UCMJ Art. 134 (10 USC 934) to nail military for CCW off duty with a permit before, so they might decide to take that a step further.

On the other hand, politically it could very well result in monumental backfire.

thebronze
01-10-2013, 10:50 PM
Are you talking about the State Military Reserve or the California National Guard?

Two totally different animals.

OleCuss
01-11-2013, 3:23 AM
Reserves = Federal
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Almost entirely right.

But I believe the OP was talking about the State Military Reserve - which is controlled by the state. I don't claim to know all their mission, but mostly I saw them providing training and readiness support to the California National Guard.