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  • Check out what the people of NY did in response to the "SAFE Act"...

    Check out what the people of NY did in response to the "SAFE Act"...

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    Our voices will be heard!

    youtube.com/watch?v=GNkxdmwYmRk

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    • #3
      A recall petition would have been more appropriate, the way Gray Davis was removed from office in California a few years ago.

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      • #4
        I listen to those who oppose concealed carry, open carry including just flat out against having a firearm. What is obvious is, their beliefs are not at all based on facts and definitely ill informed. They have no practical experience or they must carry the tune from higher up with malicious intents. But most of all, they believe you must share in their own sickness (hoplophobia) and beliefs, there is no other way but there way. To own, to carry or not to own or not to carry should be left to one’s own choices. Governments will use the excuse of trying to protect the people from maniacs and crime, but are in reality, it is the bureaucrats protecting their power and position.” As one Luby Massacre Survivor to Senate: “I’m Not a Victim of Guns, But of Lawmakers Who ‘Legislate Me Out of the Right to Protect Myself and My Family’”
        As for myself, I’ve been a victim once, never again!

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        • #5
          There is roughly 20 million people in New York and this is all they could muster?
          There should have been enough people to bring traffic to a standstill in Albany.
          I guess they do not value their rights and will just let the elected run rough shod over them.
          RIP New York

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          • #6
            Mayor Bloomberg is a joke his mayors against guns act and everything that NY is doing is just stupid and wrong. I feel horrible for the people that have no ability to move out and the people that have been brainwashed into that way of thinking.

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            • #7
              jhjimbo - For a lot of people the choice is either work or protest. Work pays the bills, protesting costs money. At the end of the day, I'm sure those who did not protest in person will protest in other ways.

              tleichty1989 - Ditto. I'm glad I moved to GA!

              Clay Cooper - Ditto also.

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              • #8
                I moved out in '66 and never looked back.

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