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Old October 22, 2014, 07:58 PM   #1
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NY 2A rights - TONIGHT.....ASTORINO vs CUOMO debate at 8pm

TONIGHT.....ASTORINO vs CUOMO debate at 8pm

Check your local listings. In Metro NY look for WNET channel 13.

Buffalo WNED
Albany WMHT
Syracuse WCNY
Watertown WPBS
Rochester WXXI
Plattsburgh MLPBS
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Old October 22, 2014, 08:18 PM   #2
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I guess Andy-boy doesn't want his home base in downstate NY seeing it. I think my cable company carries it and asked my wife to record it. Vote Rob Astorino if you live in NY. Not only for the state but for the country.
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Old October 22, 2014, 09:23 PM   #3
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Hi C,
nice to see you around here.

I think Rob smashed Cuomo in some key issues but went a bit off course in others. The Safe act came up but then they didn't address it properly as other questions and issues came up.
Two candidates will repeal the SAFE act and put it in the trash can that is where it belongs.
What we have to do is to make sure we ask every firearm owner we know to go and vote accordingly.
I think the SAFE act, common core and astronomic tax situation are train wrecks that can only be fixed if Astorino is elected.

What I don't understand is why Astorino didn't get more support from the Republican party and the special interests groups like the NRA. SCOPE NY is doing a lot of good work so why other much larger organizations didn't send the big dollars and big guns to help this man with the fight.

So everyone with residence, property, family or just interest in NYS need to do what they can until the last minute.

What happens in NYS might well determine what is going to happen in other states that are looking into the radical socialist models to run.
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Old October 22, 2014, 10:43 PM   #4
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NY gun owners out number down state Cuomo supporters. All we have to do is get out and vote. This may very well be the most important election of our lifetime. Get the word out! I have met Rob Astorino and Chris Moss. These are stand up guys and deserve our support. Every NY gun owner should be a Scope member. We fight for your rights even if you won't. If you think the "Safe Act" is bad, wait until "Safe Act II" comes out. Cuomo must go !!!
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Old Yesterday, 09:27 AM   #5
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Part of why the NRA may want to keep a low profile is that many voters may consider them toxic. Having home grown 2A organizations lead the effort will resonate better with state voters. I hope the NRA is providing support to the opponents of Cuomo, but staying out of the forefront helps keep the antis from using them against the state 2A supporters.
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