Bloomberg strikes again

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by hnealg, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. hnealg

    hnealg New Member

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    Just watched a video by NYC's Mayor Bloomberg showing a perfectly legal transaction at a Arizona gun show--a transaction between two individuals not a FFL dealer. He was promoting it, supplanted by the news media, as an illegal purchase of a firearm. He did admit that although the transaction was legal, it shouldn't be. His agents also purchased two 33 round Glock magazines (gasp).

    What shouldn't be is the mayor of a city in a state two thousand miles away, conducting undercover operations way out of his jurisdiction.


    Give us a freaking break!! What is questionably legal are his out-of-state investigations.

    A guess a word of warning to any who buy or sell guns--watch out, he's is at it again.:(
     
  2. mpd8488

    mpd8488 New Member

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    When he pulled this stunt in Virginia even the anti gunners were outraged. Conducting an investigation in Virginia without the support of federal law enforcement or virginia law enfacement agencies is now a felony. Hopefully Arizona law makers will follow Virginia's lead.
     

  3. bkt

    bkt New Member

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    Bloomberg's a dick. Dicks do these kinds of things. I'm not sure who his audience is, but it's probably the New York City kitchenistas who'd fill their pants in mortal fear if they went to a gun show.
     
  4. hnealg

    hnealg New Member

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    Agreed!!! Besides the "kitchenistas" throw in people like the majority of majors and police chiefs (not the troops on the ground, the political appointees--and don't forget, the entire political structure of Chicago.

    Sheesh!
     
  5. IGETEVEN

    IGETEVEN New Member

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    Indeed, he is a dick! :rolleyes:

    Not to be confused with a prick, which I can sometimes be, especially when having to deal with such ass-hattery, close minded, fear mongering turds. :mad:
     
  6. dunerunner

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    Wait!! Is it legal for residents of New York City to own 33 round Glock magazines? If not they broke the law! If they gave false information in the transfer, they are guilty of a felony and Bloomberg is guilty of conspiracy.

    Send the Arizona State troopers to New York and place him under arrest!
     
  7. dog2000tj

    dog2000tj New Member

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    Bloomberg is a douche and history will show him to be a nearly useless mayor. He reigned during one of the most prosperous times in history, easy to do. But when things hit the fan he has shown himself to be just as inept as any other politician.

    Not to mention his absolutely childish behavior when he doesn't get what the wants. I'd like to see a criminal investigation into his use and abuse of the mayors office. :mad:
     
  8. orangello

    orangello New Member

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    I like the way you think there!
     
  9. M14sRock

    M14sRock New Member

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    Did the good people of NYC foot the bill for his "agents" to travel to AZ to conduct this in depth investigation?

    And who knew we could use the word "dick" without it being filtered out? He is indeed one.
     
  10. JTJ

    JTJ Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Anyone can buy a magazine here but can't buy a handgun if they are from out of state. That is federal law. Now if a civilian from the PRK bought a 33 rnd mag and got caught taking it home, he would be in trouble with his authorities.
     
  11. M14sRock

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    Yet, oddly enough, I can leave the state of CA with full cap mags to shoot in another state and bring them back with me when I come back into the state. All that without stopping to declare them.
     
  12. freefall

    freefall New Member

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    So what does that hose-bag Bloomberg hope to accomplish by all this? Horrify the idiots who are already horrified that Americans can own guns?
     
  13. dog2000tj

    dog2000tj New Member

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    Control. Also to satisfy his ego that he knows better for you. For years he has spouted off how safe the city is, how great mass transit it, how he rides the subway, blah, b;ah, blah ... :rolleyes: Yet what he doesn't tell people is the size of his security detail or that the transit lines he uses are some of the busiest and therefore most patrolled lines in the city. The guy is a complete phony bs piece of ****! :mad:
     
  14. AcidFlashGordon

    AcidFlashGordon New Member

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    Fixed it for you. As for Bloomberg running stings in other states, couldn't he be charged with violation of federal firearms regulations regarding straw man purchases? These charges could be additive after his bulls**t in other states as well. He's got no authority outside of NYC so anything he does elsewhere in the state of New York or any other state should be vehemently protested by the mayors of those cities and the governors of those states.
     
  15. NitroxAZ

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    The problem is the mayor in Phoenix is cut from the same cloth. Our Governor on the other hand should speak up about it and we are waiting for her to do so.

    Bloomberg was simply doing it as a publicity stunt. If I were in New York city I would be pissed that he spent over $100K on something that does nothing for the city.