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New York Passed a Gun Control Law So They Could See What Was in It

GhostOfCicero Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 10:58 AM
As if I NEEDED any more reason to NOT visit The People's Republic of New York... This is disappointing to me for one simple reason: I'm an ex chef & current foodie who'd LOVE to go to NYC & eat at Eric Ripert's restaurant, among MANY others.As it stands, I'll have to just go to Philly or DC to satisfy my powerful food lusts. At least in DC & Philly, they haven't banned salt & Big Gulps. In DC, they just tax plastic bags at the grocery store, which is still about as gay as AIDS, but not NEARLY as idiotic as Bloombooger's salt & soda bans.

Earlier this week, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo rushed to sign sweeping and extremely restrictive gun control legislation into law. Negotiations were made behind closed doors in the middle of the night, debate was rushed, public input was ignored and the votes were taken. The legislation that was passed only allows New York residents to carry seven bullets in a maximum ten round magazine at a time and requires gun registration. The problem? Cuomo didn't read the bill and failed to notice legislators forgot to exempt law enforcement.

A troubling oversight has been found within New York...