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NYC Mayoral Candidate: It's Totally Okay to Bully Gun Manufacturers With Government Power

Abe Froman Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 12:48 PM
Since the closing of the Springfield Armory in 1968, all small arms used by the military and law enforcement have come from the private sector. Where does this idiot think they are going to come from in the future if and his ilk succeed in running the gun companies out of business? Another point is that this sort of ends justifies the means thinking is dangerous, and even gun control advocates should oppose it. If the government can do this to the firearms industry today, they can do it to tobacco, oil, software, or other companies tomorrow. Any company that markets a product that falls outside the charmed circle of their approval will be fair game once this precedent is allowed to stand.
David1735 Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 2:01 PM
They've already done it to tobacco. And now, with Obamacare, almost anything can be declared a "health issue" to be regulated by government.
tibby2 Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 12:56 PM
Can we say heath care industry???

Late last week week I wrote about Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's bullying of banks that do business with gun manufacturers. He has also sent letters to mutual funds asking them to "blacklist" gun manufacturers. Now, New York City Mayoral Candidate Bill De Blasio is joining Emanuel and justified using government power to punish law abiding business they disagree with politically yesterday on Fox News. De Blasio predictably took a shot at the NRA as well, saying they're the only thing in the way of reform.

De Blasio joined Megyn Kelly Wednesday on America Live to explain his...

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