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April 14, 2008, 03:10 PM
maybe just maybe the mayors will actualy shame some one into releasing some current gun control laws to curb crime..............but it is just a dream..............
April 14, 2008, 03:17 PM
It's disgusting I know and it's a major reason I'm building a house in Pennsylavania to escape it's just sad that I have to move to restore all my consitutional rights. Well the important ones, I can go to Ground Zero and hear people all day long shouting the most ridiculous things but i'm the jerk if I punch them in the faCE, GO FIGURE. On a serious note I see the hypocriousy all day long. This is a guy who wants to tell you as a private businessman what can an can't be used to cook your food, or have a customer smoke a cigarrete. They want to outlaw certain dog breeds and metal baseball bats. They tell you we need to rezone areas to keep fast food restaurants at bay because were to fat but allow schools to let kids skip gym because it "embarreses them to participate". GLAD I'M LEAVING. :cuss:
April 14, 2008, 03:18 PM
Just read an article in Sunday's Atlanta Journal Const. that Adventure Outdoors in Smyrna is the last "man" standing in the first Bloomberg case. The others either caved or one went under (had to close). The owner was quoted as saying he would hock his car and all the guns in the store to fight this crap.
Why can't these idiots enforce the laws in their own cities, instead of putting the blame on someone else? (In this case a dealer in Georgia) Bloomberg needs an education
April 14, 2008, 06:06 PM
Well there is certainly hope to this story. Check out the related article and notice the last section: