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Old 05-08-2014, 02:15 PM   #11
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Good point! I admit that I have not seen or heard anything from the NRA about this either. Perhaps they are laying in wait for him to announce that he is running.


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Is that so? I'm surprised I havent seen much about the nra dealing with this proposed ban in new jersey. What makes you think they will bury Christie in 2016? I think the citizens of jersey are just going to "go with it" and either turn in their guns, or do what many in ct and ny have done by not registering.


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It's not a done deal. Question: If the legislature passes that anti-gun bill will Christie sign it into law?
Yes he will. He is very excited to show his solidarity with the anti second amendment forces.The will say good things about him on tv and thats all he cares about


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It's not a done deal. Question: If the legislature passes that anti-gun bill will Christie sign it into law?
FWIW, he has a "C" rating from the NRA. Not exactly confidence inspiring.
Then of course there's this:

http://www.buzzfeed.com/rubycramer/chris-christie-gets-a-taste-of-the-tough-politics-of-gun-con

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Christie, though, has long voiced a support for some of the basic gun control measures that failed to pass the Senate last week. He said in 1993 during his campaign for state Senate that the issue that inspired him to get into the race was a “recent attempt by certain Republican legislators to repeal New Jersey’s ban on assault weapons.” More recently, he attacked the NRA in January for a negative television ad funded by the group that referenced the president’s two daughters. Christie called the spot “reprehensible,” prompting conservative backlash from certain corners of the Republican Party.
And in a 2009 interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, Christie seemed to shock the host when the interview turned to gun control.
“Listen,” Christie said on the show. “I favor some of the gun control measures we have in New Jersey.”
Hannity’s response: “Bad idea.”
As with Hannity’s quick dismissal, Wilson said the NRA and right-wing facet of the party may not “waste their time” with the New Jersey governor after last week’s gun control proposal.
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Christie is a Republican and he spells it D E M O C R A T.
In the minds of the old Line, Thurstan Howell Dinner Party & Golf Club Republicans, Christie is nearly their perfect candidate. Essentially a Democrat-Lite. Unfortunately, they still haven't realized that he, and those like him are sure recipe for failure. Democrats will always vote for the real thing and conservatives would rather stay home. They are still ashamed of conservative voters. Sorry NJ, but I hope he stays there. We don't need another middle-of-the-road, squishy speed bump Republican in the race (Huntsman is expressing interest in having another go at it. He's squishy enough for any 3 other Republicans.)
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Jeez, Thanks, I know the NRA has given up on NJ. Look at how many XDs and other double stacks are in the hands of the bloods and crips! Poor babies will have to turn them in! YEAH RIGHT! They are making felons out of legal gun owners. My XD with the 13 rounders are staying right where they are! As well as my 22s with 15 rd. mags. Christie will not sign it! I hope!.

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By the way, Us in NJ have been emailing our senators, But has not helped.

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If Christie is smart, he will look at what is going on in CT and NY before he signs this into law. I have a feeling that a lot of NY Congresspeople will be on the unemployment rolls as of November. If he pays attention to what is going on elsewhere, he will see how well similar bans are going, and what the political fallout that follows will result in.



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