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Bloomberg is going to be a huge threat when he's done being mayor of NY

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by usmarine0352_2005, Mar 23, 2013.

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  1. usmarine0352_2005

    usmarine0352_2005 Member

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    I said earlier Bloomberg would be trouble when he is done as Mayor of NY. He'll be able to give his full attention to tearing down the 2nd Amendment.



    He isn't done being mayor yet but he's starting to make his mark.






    http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/201...p-behind-12-million-gun-control-campaign?lite



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  2. SigSour

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    He's recently talked about moving to London after he's done being Mayor in NYC. They get rid of Piers Morgan and we give them Bloomberg - I just hope the NRA can match this campaign.
     
  3. Ehtereon11B

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    His money will always give him influence, mayor or not. He is a dangerous man who has tunnel vision when it comes to the Second. He refuses to see facts that have been perpetuated over the last 50 years that more guns means less crime. The NRA cannot match him in money. Only in voices. Bloomberg has $27 Billion and the NRA has only spent a few million (6?) in the last few years to fight gun control bills in Washington. The only difference is the NRA speaks for its millions of members and Bloomberg only thinks that the 8 million people of NYC are on his side.
     
  4. Texshooter

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    Bloomberg today said

    with his anti 2nd Mayor's group, that they will spend $12 mill on TV ads in certain states to push, mainly, for the background check bill.

    We all have been writing and talking to our Reps.

    How best can we communicate to our neighbors, co-workers and local media about the real truth IYO?

    P.S. I think Bloomberg is a criminal. He sent NYC undercover agents to my state (not in NY) to try and buy guns illegally. He should be in jail. Because they did not go through with the transaction does not mean they lacked the intent to break the law.

    We now must fight harder than ever.
     
  5. joeschmoe

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    I feel sorry for NY'ers, but I don't fear him or his money. He still can't buy votes. He has billions but has only given $12 million? Not too committed is he? He's spent more of NY's money on his personal protection than his own money on this.
     
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  6. nathan

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    His money cannot win here in Texas thats for sure.
     
  7. -v-

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    Agreed on he will be a pain, but money can't buy votes. Also, latest events show that gun owners are a very vocal group with long memories. Plus, from prior behavior he's probably focusing on keeping the traditionally anti- states in the anti fold. If he tried to run any of his drivel in say Tennessee or Texas or Utah, his anointed candidate would be laughed out of the state.
     
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    Fixed the quote for him. Bloomberg seems to think "the public" is rhetorically his version of the royal "we."
     
  9. Ignition Override

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    nathan:
    I certainly hope that continues to be the case in Austin, DFW, and Houston.

    Maybe Bloomberg has no 'understudy'. Hopefully not George Soros.
     
  10. usmarine0352_2005

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    Didn't Bloomberg's money buy money buy him that recent election in Illinois?
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  11. kwguy

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    Don't be fooled. He is dangerous. Politicians can be, and are bought all the time. He has a lot of money, and the will to use it. That's the purpose of his money: power.

    He couldn't care less about the 2nd Amendment, nor could he care less about what WE think at all. We don't matter to him. It's all about him and his grabs for power.

    Very dangerous...
     
  12. kwguy

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    Bloomberg is very dangerous. He has a lot of money, and is power hungry. He will do whatever it takes to accomplish his goals...
     
  13. ol' scratch

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    We can fight this man. Look at what happened to his soda ban. He ignores the law and legal precident and instead just seems to hope that his crazy ideas will become law. I do think he is one of the most dangerous foes we have to face, but people are starting to look at him sideways. He is just too goofy.
     
  14. bikerdoc

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    Essentially Bloomberg is a rich, evil, crazy man.
    We must expose his intentions at every level.
     
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    How best can we communicate to our neighbors, co-workers and local media about the real truth IYO?

    Actually I'm taking cues from your post! 1st, tell them it's Bloomberg pushing it....soda man, cigarette man;loves to rule over HIS people. Now, he wants to rule over them (speaking to your intended audience). Changed his own laws so he could run another term..then changed it back..... these are the types that want this?

    Turn about is fair play...the left always wants to appeal to masses with the ''lets be reasonable'' argument; is it reasonable for an out-of-stater,who overlords his people, to DICTATE a bad law in your locale??

    Finisher... (speaking to your intended audience)Mayor B believes it's a state issue..LOOKIE... he's trying to apply NY thinking to your state! Add high crime, extra high taxes etc. Your area will be a little-NY molded by Mayor B...who can't run his own town?!

    The 'sell' (speaking to your intended audience) Isn't it a state's issue to add 'reasonable' restrictions to laws, and...isn't DC powerful enough already??

    Let what's good for the goose is good for the gander become...sauce for the goose

    In this argument, not necessary to bring up statistics, UBC check history, efficacy of new law/enforcement, etc

    just a few thoughts:cool:!!
     
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    "Bloom(ing Idiot)berg today said....."

    There are not enough words and phrases of contempt in all the world's languages combined for what I would say to Bloom(ing Idiot)berg , Goobernator Commo and their ilk.

    He merits thorough, intense watching..... and many calls to the 'turn in people with guns' calls.
     
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    what troubles me most about bloomberg is folks elected this crazy man :barf:
     
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    So people move out of New York to try to get away from this man's tyranny but he continues to pursue them.


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  19. itsa pain

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    we will eventually lose this war and have been for 60 years just like we are losing the war on our way of life here. trying to be politically correct and not coming out and naming the certain organized group of people behind the destruction of the way America used to be is the best way to lose.
     
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    If he put his money into school security we'd all be better served.
     
  21. 19-3Ben

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    as I pointed out in another thread, these politically charged names and really getting ridiculous.

    "Mayors Against Illegal Guns"

    So I assume their mission must the enforcement of existing laws so that they can do something about the very real problem of the black market arms trade? Nooooo of course not. They want to come after the LEGALLY owned guns, while doing nothing to actual criminals.

    Aside from that, the name implies that anyone who stands against "Mayors Against Illegal Guns" is someone who supports "illegal guns." And might I ad that a gun is an object. It can be neither legal nor illegal. It is possession and/or transfer of that object that is illegal.

    I can't believe how many people are sucked in by the propaganda.
     
  22. Pilot

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    Bloomberg, and George Soros are both threats to what remains of the 2A. Add to them CEO elitists like Brian Roberts who is a personal friend of Obama and we have huge financial backing against us. Average citizens, legally possessing firearms is a thorn in the side of statists and elitists that seek ultimate power and control over the populace. They think they know better, and they think they are smarter, and therefore believe what they are doing is RIGHT. The end justifies the means.
     
  23. carbine85

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    Bloomberg is a very dangerous man when it comes to freedom. He fits the classic mold of a person who has nothing more to gain but power. He has displayed this power hunger for years. I can't believe that New Yorkers put up with it. Do they ever leave the city to see what this country is really about.
    Bloomberg is a megalomaniac and this makes him dangerous since he doesn't care about the opinions of others.
     
  24. Gottahaveone

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    I've made one simple statement about this for years. The public HAS spoken clearly of their feelings about gun control and it's clearly "no". If that were not the case, it wouldn't be political suicide to vote for a ban.

    These fools get up on their soapbox and in one breath acknowledge that they'll pay a price in the elections if they vote for it, and in the next breath say that it's what the majority want. Both of those statements can't be true :scrutiny:
     
  25. Creature

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    Tell Bloomberg my he can have my guns when he sends me a $27 Billion cashier's check.
     
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