From Townhall Magazine's EXCLUSIVE S.E Cupp 2011 August column:
"As much as I think the big oil companies are unfairly vilified for-gasp!-turning a profit, I have to admit that they are really starting to get on my nerves. They are making so much money off of me and countless other New Yorkers who have to fill up our tanks and drive outside the city to visit some of our closest friends: our guns and knives. ...
"It's nonsense, of course. I should be allowed to keep my guns and knives in my home. Instead, I keep them in someone else's home, outside the city. But we lunatics who choose to live in loony Manhattan get used to the lunacy of our loony laws-and the loons who create and enforce them.
"Like Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr., who decided to dedicate months of manpower and money to an undercover investigation of retail stores, including Home Depot and Eastern Mountain Sports-you know, where violent criminals love to shop-to catch them in the act of unknowingly selling illegal switchblades and gravity knives."
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