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Michael Bloomberg Puts Anti-Gun Plans Into Action

McGovern Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 7:49 PM
Hollywood stars and producers claim that violence in movies and on TV have no effect on children. Yet they make millions of dollars from sponsors who use the media to influence children.
Jay Wye Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 10:25 AM
Wiley Coyote used bombs,explosives,anvils,cannon,etc,and nobody has claimed he influences children to commit crimes.
then there's Marvin the Martian and his Illudium explosive space modulator....
Harold15 Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 4:07 AM
TV shows like "The A-Team" sent the wrong message to kids about guns This was a show where people were always shooting at one another but no one was ever killed. It sent the message that guns were harmless and you could shoot at people all you want and no one would get hurt. The TV show "Dukes of Hazzard" sent the same message about cars. It said you can drive as crazy as you want, wreck your car, and no one gets hurt. These days, people are so gullible, they believe whatever they see on TV and in the movies.
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...