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Old 03-10-2013, 03:08 PM   #21
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How do you presume to know whether I have been "active" or not? I have been active trying to educate others against this creeping socialism for 30 or more years. Most recently I have been very active travelling 250 miles and taking vacation to attend protest rallies and writing congressmen and senators, both federal and state. NO ONE could have predicted the outrageous SAFE bill that was passed Illegally in the dead of night. We have been fighting this every since the first day it was announced, all across the state, other than NYC. You seem pretty damned self-righteous and proud of your self. What did you actively do to prevent the passage of Obama's executive order gun control? Did you stop it?

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Old 03-17-2013, 08:03 AM   #22
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Love the Idea, downstate will never let us go. We have their Power, Water, natural gas and playground, conscripts for life...
WF38, I realize that downstate won't want to let us go. That is why the suggestion to word the bill in such a way to make it that if a majority of Upstate residents voted yes, it would pass. We would just have to remember to switch the coffee of the downstate reps over to de-caf while we try to pass it, and hope they are too stupid or tired to notice.
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WF38, I realize that downstate won't want to let us go. That is why the suggestion to word the bill in such a way to make it that if a majority of Upstate residents voted yes, it would pass. We would just have to remember to switch the coffee of the downstate reps over to de-caf while we try to pass it, and hope they are too stupid or tired to notice.
I think the lines are being drawn in the sand as we speak, Red Upstate, White Albany, Ithaca and NYC. The map tells the tale of two New Yorks Not just one! We own NYC, they cant watch TV, eat or take a shower without Upstate. Its about time we realize the upper hand is ours not theirs.
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