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It Begins: New York State Passes First Gun Control Law Since Sandy Hook

JOHN1464 Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 10:27 AM
New York is against freedom should, be the new state motto. This is because it is the least free state. But you know that California and Illinois will be right behind them wanting less freedom for their states too. New York allready had a magazine limit at 10 (now 7), banned hand grips a flash hiders on rifles. How can you ban military style rifles (aka assault rifles) when you allready could not buy one? New Yorker's really know how to choose them. Governor double assault weapon banner, Mayor shred the Constitution and Senator stop selling guns till we figure out how to ban them. People in New York must have to take these guys d*cks out of their *ss to take a dump.
Luscious Lars Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 11:33 AM
Saw some guy on Hannity last night but didn't catch his name. He said, "All New York has done is tighten up their assault weapons ban a little bit". Right. In other words, New York has taken ANOTHER step towards banning guns. The slippery slope is the path we're on. Obama wants to push us further down the path to banning guns. Joe Biden has stated, "I believe banning guns is an idea whose time has come". That was in 93. Do you think that libtard has changed his pea brain since he made that statement? I certainly don't.
wtmoore1 Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 11:21 AM
I've honestly never heard your concluding phrase before. It's funny...but I'm not sure I really understand it.

Do stupid people really walk around with their you-know-what in their other you-know-what? That seems like a choice one might make for reasons other than just being stupid... But maybe I'm over thinking this just a bit...

Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) has just passed into law (in the words of the Associated Press) the nation’s toughest gun restrictions” since the deadly massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School:

Jumping out ahead of Washington, New York state enacted the nation's toughest gun restrictions Tuesday and the first since the Connecticut school massacre, including an expanded assault-weapon ban and background checks for buying ammunition.

Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the measure into law less than an hour after it won final passage in the Legislature, with supporters hailing it as a model for the nation and gun-rights activists condemning it...