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Ccrkb:schumer lies about alternative gun bill reveal his extremist views, says ccrkb

Discussion in 'Activism Discussion and Planning' started by hso, Apr 16, 2013.

  1. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

    Gotta "love" Sen. Schumer and his hyperbole. He's hating on the Toomey bill. Of course CCRKBA was involved with the Toomey bill so they're going to relish his attack on it (just as I'm sure they're uncomfortable with gunners attack on them for it).

    Here's CCRKBA's latest email on it.

    Last edited: Apr 16, 2013
  2. ThorinNNY

    ThorinNNY Well-Known Member

    Some people just need a sympathetic pat on the head........ with a sledgehammer :evil:
  3. JRH6856

    JRH6856 Well-Known Member

    Yeah, but Schumer isn't talking about criminals who might get a gun in another state, he is talking about otherwise law abiding citizens of any state who would only be criminals because they have a gun in NYC. It is just an example of the conflation of his twisted anti-gun logic and NY political arrogance. NY law says is is illegal to have a gun in NYC, so anyone carrying a gun in NYC is a criminal under NY law and federal reciprocity just immunizes these "criminals" from prosecution. He apparently thinks NY is the only state whose laws can not be nullified by federal law.
  4. sota

    sota Well-Known Member

    So... Schumer's believes that NYC laws are superior than federal laws, doesn't that mean KS and MO have said the same thing (their laws [outlawing suppressive/oppressive federal laws] are superior to federal laws) and if one cannot be challenged than neither can the others?
  5. loose noose

    loose noose Well-Known Member

    Sorry New York I have no intent to visit your State as long as you have Bloomberg, or any of your Anti-gun Schumers in office as well as that idiot Governor whose name I can't recall at this time.:(:banghead:
  6. JRH6856

    JRH6856 Well-Known Member

    Not quite the same thing. Schumer is complaining that federal law nullifies state law. But it is a Constitutional provision that federal law are superior to state law so his complaint really has no merit. But NY law does not specifically seek to nullify federal law.

    KS and MO laws, OTOH actively nullify federal law. Nullification is an assumed power of the states under the 10th Amendment*, that has been tested in the past but it has never been settled one way or the other if the power is legitimate. All tests in the past have ended in a compromise that avoided answering the question.

    *Since it is not specifically denied to the states by the Constitution.
  7. PRM

    PRM Well-Known Member

    I'm not sorry, and I never plan on traveling to NY. If I am spending my money and my vacation time, it's gonna be with like minded folks in places I like to go. Been to NY State one time to visit my son when he lived there. He has since moved and I left nothing there worth going back for on my visit.

    Anti-gun and a dislike for 16oz drinks just to start :-( Nope, not my kind of folks. Down South we have the Sonic Drive in and they sell the Route "44" drink. only problem is, by the time you get home your out of drink and have all that ice left. Hum, maybe another 12oz on top of that :). It's none of the government's business, and I'm not overweight. I don't drink sodas often, but when I do... well, Nuff Said.
    Last edited: May 12, 2013
  8. JRH6856

    JRH6856 Well-Known Member

    But when the government is paying for your healthcare, they will make it their business.
  9. PRM

    PRM Well-Known Member

    Now that's just plain funny. Before Obamacare the same prescription I was paying $15 a month for now cost me $90. I sure wish they would leave me alone, I can't afford them to pay for much more.
  10. pilotlight

    pilotlight Well-Known Member

    Chuck Schumer?? Lying?? NOOOOOOOO!! Youre KIDDING!
  11. foghornl

    foghornl Well-Known Member

    Goobernator Commo ahhhhhhh Cuomo
  12. MErl

    MErl Well-Known Member

    So, other than getting swarms of people with CC permits and showing that it doesn't end with "Blood in the streets" how do we fight that argument. The data is on the side of CC and as far as I know always has been but that argument just wont die.

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