NY State - Politicians call for emergency Senate vote to pass gun laws

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    Next thing you know they`l want us to engrave our bullets with our name,address and phone number. Idiocy is common among libertards. Always Carry,Never Tell.

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    Off the top of my head, as I'm sure there are several, I can think of three things wrong with this outside of the obvious: People will reload more. (Old brass will be $$$!) There will be a larger black market demand for unregistered or stamped ammo. Criminals will also steal ammo during break-ins. This will just create more issues for law enforcement and the justice system in New York....not to mention the costs involved. Yeah, I see this going well. I'm with some of the others here, why don't they try enforcing the laws they currently have?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Old Anglo View Post
    Next thing you know they`l want us to engrave our bullets with our name,address and phone number. Idiocy is common among libertards. Always Carry,Never Tell.
    In Stallone's Judge Dredd, each bullet fired would first have a sample of the holder's DNA injected into the bullet.
    That would be liberaltastic!
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    COBIS never caught a single crook. How's this going to work better?

    How about microstamping the sperm of these idiots in the state house? Then all their offspring could be identified and sequestered.
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    i mentioned this to my dad, a big-time Lower East Side Democrat Liberal.

    when I explained to him that microstamping is useless if its only done in one state, he said "you have a point. what is the argument for the other side, that microstamping in just NY will still make a difference?".

    i replied "there is none. they ignore that unfortunate fact"
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    I read these things, I look at NY, Cali, and a few other states, and I wonder, do we the USA, have enough in common with the places to keep them in the union any longer? Or is it us who should leave?
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Hawkeye_ View Post
    I read these things, I look at NY, Cali, and a few other states, and I wonder, do we the USA, have enough in common with the places to keep them in the union any longer? Or is it us who should leave?
    there's more to American values, that how one views gun regulations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pythius View Post
    there's more to American values, that how one views gun regulations.
    Agreed, and I look at these places and I see very few values that these places share with the rest of the nation. You cant pump your gas in NJ. My wife was offered a job in NY, but the taxes there combined would be 60% of her salary. In Ca it is difficult to license a car due to overly restricted smog regulations. Really I wonder what these places have in common with the rest of the US?
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Hawkeye_ View Post
    Agreed, and I look at these places and I see very few values that these places share with the rest of the nation. You cant pump your gas in NJ. My wife was offered a job in NY, but the taxes there combined would be 60% of her salary...
    I make close to $55k a year, and my total federal, state, local taxes plus 3.8% pension contributions...comes out to 38% of my paycheck.

    Your wife must be very wealthy. :)

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    there's more to American values, that how one views gun regulations.
    That is true.

    It is however, an indicator of where one stands on many issues.

    How one accepts ownership of firearms and self defense, usually determines how one views many other things.
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    Anytime I read “common sense” or “it’s for the children” the first thing that comes to mind is what are our benevolent masters trying to ban now.
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    Not to worry. I started putting my address stickers I get from the Vet organization on all my ammo...
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    That is true.

    It is however, an indicator of where one stands on many issues.

    How one accepts ownership of firearms and self defense, usually determines how one views many other things.
    it is ironic that many folks who are adamant about the 2nd Amendment, are wishy-washy on the 1st Amendment. And vice-versa.
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