Daley Says "Stick It" To The Supreme Court

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    Daley Says "Stick It" To The Supreme Court

    Friday, July 02, 2010

    Having previously told a reporter that he would stick a rifle “up” his rear end for questioning the value of Chicago’s handgun ban, Chicago mayor Richard Daley has told the Supreme Court where to stick its ruling in McDonald v. Chicago.

    Today, only 96 hours after the Court handed down its ruling, paving the way for nullification of Chicago’s handgun ban, Daley got the Chicago City Council to unanimously impose a new law designed to thwart the Court’s intent. The law prohibits dealer sales of firearms within Chicago; prohibits the possession of a handgun anywhere outside the home (even in attached garages); generally prohibits the possession of a long gun other than at home or in a fixed place of business; prohibits having more than one firearm assembled within the home; prohibits laser sighting devices; imposes a $100 fee for a mandatory three-year city pistol permit; bans “assault weapons”; bans magazines that hold more than 12 rounds; bans handguns the police superintendent deems “unsafe” due to their size, concealability, caliber or “other factors”; bans bullets made without a lead core; and imposes many other unreasonable restrictions.

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    With NRA Support, Chicagoans Challenge New City Gun Law

    Friday, July 09, 2010

    Barely a week after the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in McDonald v. City of Chicago, NRA is supporting a new lawsuit—Benson v. City of Chicago—to enforce the court's decision. The suit, filed on July 6 against the city and its mayor, Richard Daley, is the first to challenge the city's new gun control ordinance passed on July 2 (please see related story from last week's Grassroots Alert here).

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    If only the Supreme Court were able to dethrone His Dishonor Mayor daley for contempt of court.
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    Maybe the Federal Government needs to cut all Federal money being pumped into Chicago and see how that sits with Mr. Daley.
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    An essential characteristic of liberalism is arrogance.

    Liberalism exists as a means for the self-perceived liberal to believe himself intellectually and morally superior to the common man. The danger involved is that, believing himself to be morally and intellectually superior, the liberal convinces himself that it is his duty to dictate the lives of others (for their own good, of course).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    Maybe the Federal Government needs to cut all Federal money being pumped into Chicago and see how that sits with Mr. Daley.
    Great idea, but it will never happen - especially since OB hails from that city and his minions and mentors are still there....
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    If Daley had to pay the lawsuit from his own pocket I bet he wouldn't be as cocky as he is,when your wasting taxpayer money then it's full steam ahead
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    Quote Originally Posted by loboleather View Post
    An essential characteristic of liberalism is arrogance.

    Liberalism exists as a means for the self-perceived liberal to believe himself intellectually and morally superior to the common man. The danger involved is that, believing himself to be morally and intellectually superior, the liberal convinces himself that it is his duty to dictate the lives of others (for their own good, of course).

    There are arrogant people who are not liberal. There are no liberals who are not arrogant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    If only the Supreme Court were able to dethrone His Dishonor Mayor daley for contempt of court.
    ^^^^I think the citizens of Chicago are fed up and just may be preparing to flush these malfeasant buffoons into the Chicago river , where they should have been years ago.^^^^^^^^^^^^




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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    Maybe the Federal Government needs to cut all Federal money being pumped into Chicago and see how that sits with Mr. Daley.
    It's a good point, but you know Hiram25, I don't think that little weasal would give a flying flip for some dang reason, he would just cut off the folks who need services to survive anyways. Take away his body guards now, then you might see some movement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loboleather View Post
    There are no liberals who are not arrogant.
    Wildly ignorant.

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    Daley pretty much controls everything in Illinois when it comes to politics, he also runs Springfield from his Chicago office..........He needs to go !! People of Chicago need a new mayor !!

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    Apparently the people of Chicago were bought off as easy as everyone else by Daley, they keep reelecting him and the other crooks surrounding him. I have no sympathy for them or their corrupt city.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    If only the Supreme Court were able to dethrone His Dishonor Mayor daley for contempt of court.
    I know a group of people who can. They're called "Chicagoans" and it's time they stood up for their 2nd Amendment rights and sent Daley packing (no pun intended).
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