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Old 01-20-2013, 02:05 AM   #31
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Reasonable restrictions are a joke IMO. Cuomo's new gun laws are a straight violation of the 2A. Worse yet any police officer is breaking a law when they have 10 rounds in their magazines. The BG may have 15 but a PO can only have 7? What a joke.
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NY had a 10 round limit. Now it is 7. We've seen where they want to go with "reasonable" and "compromise"

They're not going to be happy with a 10 round limit. Just wait, someone is going to try for 5 soon. At least if this keeps up.

They'll keep bringing out the same old tropes.

"No one needs 30 rounds"
"No one needs 15 rounds"
"No one needs 10 rounds"
"No one needs 7 rounds"

They know they can't outright ban guns, so they'll just render them as useless as possible.
They have clearly never gone to the range, even 30 rounds goes by pretty quick.
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There does not have to be a bill. Nothing has to go through congress. The president can pass and/or order a law through executive privilidge. It will happen. Get used to it.
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The President of Venezuela or Russia maybe...the US not so much. You have heard of the Constitution and the 3 branches of government right?
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Reasonable restrictions are a joke IMO. Cuomo's new gun laws are a straight violation of the 2A. Worse yet any police officer is breaking a law when they have 10 rounds in their magazines. The BG may have 15 but a PO can only have 7? What a joke.
The NY ban is a direct violation of the McDonald v Chicago ruling. By imposing a round limit that does not exist, firearms are rendered useless which the SCOTUS has already ruled is unconstitutional. If you recall, DC had a similar law that all handguns were to be rendered inoperable while in the district...Court said no in Heller and again in McDonald.

Not to mention that a constitutionally required waiting period was ignored before the vote was taken so it may not even survive scrutiny in NY.
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The NY ban is a direct violation of the McDonald v Chicago ruling. By imposing a round limit that does not exist, firearms are rendered useless which the SCOTUS has already ruled is unconstitutional. If you recall, DC had a similar law that all handguns were to be rendered inoperable while in the district...Court said no in Heller and again in McDonald.

Not to mention that a constitutionally required waiting period was ignored before the vote was taken so it may not even survive scrutiny in NY.
that is one of the reasons why I think it hasn't received as much uproar as it should have. I was reading through an article that pointed out all the errors within the bill ... couple that with the shoddy procedures and the clear violation of previous SCOTUS rulings ...

I think this blows up in Mario's face later in the year and he can kiss any ideas of running for POTUS good bye ... hell, he may not even get a 2nd term when the dust from this settles
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Here is something I just can't understand, how do new york and Vermont share a common border?
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Here is something I just can't understand, how do new york and Vermont share a common border?
first you have to understand that NYC is NOT representative of NY outside of Albany, Rochester and Buffalo. If you were to meet a hick from the sticks of NY the only thing that would differentiate him from one in Mississippi is the accent Hell, 30yrs ago where I grew up just outside of NYC it was common place to walk down the street into the woods and go shooting. But over the years NYC's insanity has spread far and wide and folks have been brainwashed into believing they shouldn't own firearms

Today 2000 people marched on Albany ... just 4 days after Cuomo signed that law. Had organizers had a months time to get this going they could easily have had 20,000
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first you have to understand that NYC is NOT representative of NY outside of Albany, Rochester and Buffalo. If you were to meet a hick from the sticks of NY the only thing that would differentiate him from one in Mississippi is the accent Hell, 30yrs ago where I grew up just outside of NYC it was common place to walk down the street into the woods and go shooting. But over the years NYC's insanity has spread far and wide and folks have been brainwashed into believing they shouldn't own firearms

Today 2000 people marched on Albany ... just 4 days after Cuomo signed that law. Had organizers had a months time to get this going they could easily have had 20,000
I've only been to NYC
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I've only been to NYC
pity ... it does have a lot to offer but it is a festering shithole Upstate NY ... everything outside of NYC is a fantastic place and every bit as beautiful as anyplace you will ever visit

a shame the NYC's insanity is destroying it
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I've only been to NYC
That's like going to Texas and only visiting Austin...whole different way of looking at life there.
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