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Chicago's new handgun law shows Mayor Daley's contempt for city residents

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Trebor, Jul 2, 2010.

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  1. Trebor

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    Here's my latest Detroit Gun Rights Examiner article

    Chicago's new handgun law shows Mayor Daley's contempt for city residents

    The Chicago City Council today showed its contempt for the law-abiding citizens of Chicago by unanimously passing Mayor Richard M. Daley's draconian new handgun law.

    Just days after the U.S. Supreme Court essentially nullified the city's existing handgun ban by ruling against the city in McDonald v. City of Chicago, Mayor Daley pushed through the city ordinance that rivals even Washington D.C.'s gun law in its requirements, complexity, and disdain for the common citizen.

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  2. harmonic

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    He's going to force it back to court. We could only hope the supremes would find him in contempt.

    This guy is an egomaniac bordering on psychosis. He must be a nightmare to live with.
     
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    What a goon. He needs to be smacked hard by the courts and then at the ballot box.
     
  4. Nico Testosteros

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    At the ballot box is the key.
    I can't believe the majority of Chicago citizens don't want the right to be able to own handguns or that they confuse criminals access to handguns with the steps that a law abiding citizen has to take.
     
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