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Michael Bloomberg Puts Anti-Gun Plans Into Action

ConservativeSue Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 4:41 AM
"No doubt the strongest gun control advocate on Forbes' list of the fabulously rich,..... Bloomberg’s estimated $25 billion fortune." Let me get this right….it’s okay to be extremely wealthy if you use your wealth to get rid of our right to bear arms, and any other rights the Dems/Liberals don’t like, because it takes power away from them, but it is NOT okay to be extremely wealthy, own a business, and want to be able to employ American’s, then you need to be taxed more. Dems/Liberals hunt you down and want to take every dime you’ve made but if you’re dumb enough to think banning assault weapons is going to keep guns out of the hands of “the bad guys” it’s good to be rich? I think more coffee is in order.
Happy Jake Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 7:28 AM
Yeah, that just about covers it.
Conservative_Libertarian Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 6:33 AM
Bloomey doesn't just want assault weapons... he wants ANY guns banned!

This from a man that travels 24/7 with two heavily armed guards at all times!

TCG-L
wsimpson167 Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 5:23 AM
I used to think monkey's were smart,then I saw NYC!
America's Most Dangerous Mayor has long advocated stricter gun control laws - not just in his own mayoral jurisdiction, but in other places around the country. Not content to merely govern New Yorkers, Bloomberg has begun to put his personal fortune on the line to oust Second Amendment advocates around the country.

The Sacramento Bee reports that Bloomberg spent millions in opposition of a pro-gun Democrat Congressman in California. His efforts were rewarded, as the NRA-supported Democrat lost to a more liberal candidate.

No doubt the strongest gun control advocate...