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I'm absolutely shocked that Cuomo would blame the MAIG and Brady Campaign for the problems with SAFE. Shocked, I tell you. :rolleyes:

“Much of what’s in the law was drafted by people connected to Mayor Bloomberg and the Brady Center, not by the governor’s staff,” the source said. “That’s why there are so many problems with it.’’
Originally from another forum...
Cuomo Blames Bloomberg, Brady Campaign for SAFE Act | The Truth About Guns
Gov. Cuomo's new state budget disappoints his backers in the private sector - NYPOST.com
 
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For Petes sakes. Even the antis when they get a bill have it so messed up that they run from it after its law.
I hope the snarling pack turns on itself and rips itself to shreds saving us the trouble.
 

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So again we have an elected official signing a bill into law that later claims that he had no idea what he was signing.I'm starting to see a pattern here
 

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There is a line from Full Metal Jacket that references (from Joker) eating corn out of crap (note Mods, I cleaned up that reference a lot = no points :danceban:)

Bloom Blow and Qume-in-me-quoe - o are realizing that they are final term politicians and are grasping at straws. LOL

I dance on their political graves after this Historic (2A) over reach. :danceban::danceban::danceban::danceban:

The backlash is already happening. Not just normal US Citizens and legal gun owners, but NY LEO! LOL
 

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OK, I just went over to thetruthaboutguns and read the blog. I particularly like the last paragraph:

"If a law drafted by the NRA was enacted, the papers would be crying bloody murder. Instead, since one of their approved special interest groups apparently helped draft the legislation, not a single peep has been heard. Hooray for the state-controlled media."


So true.
 

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Responsibility lies SOLELY with the people who pass it into law. It is their responsibility as legislators to read, know, and understand what it is THEY are passing into law and there should be plenty of time to review, discuss, correct, etc. before that happens. This is a perfect example of irresponsible negligence in the performance of their duties. Period. This is on CUOMO and the LEGISLATORS who passed it.
 

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Congratulations to ALL the NY legislators and the Governor and Bloomberg and the anti-gun crowd - you passed legislation you haven't read, don't understand cannot decipher after you wrote it and passed it - that tells me everything I need to know and believe = your incompetent in your present job and need to step down.
 

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Responsibility lies SOLELY with the people who pass it into law. It is their responsibility as legislators to read, know, and understand what it is THEY are passing into law and there should be plenty of time to review, discuss, correct, etc. before that happens. This is a perfect example of irresponsible negligence in the performance of their duties. Period. This is on CUOMO and the LEGISLATORS who passed it.
And if the powers that be deny them adequate time (as happened with the SAFE act), they should automatically vote against it.

You vote for it/sign it, you own it.
 

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And if the powers that be deny them adequate time (as happened with the SAFE act), they should automatically vote against it.

You vote for it/sign it, you own it.
Amen, brother.
 
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And if the powers that be deny them adequate time (as happened with the SAFE act), they should automatically vote against it.

You vote for it/sign it, you own it.
Nail, meet hammer.

I'd like this 100 times if I could.
 

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The fact that anything gets passed without it being inspected with a fine tooth comb, front to back, and then combed through again is deeply troubling and completely unacceptable.

It just doesn't matter to them since they aren't forced to follow the same laws as us.
 

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A good friend of mine,who is in the legal field,use to tell me,never ever sign anything without reading it first.I know most people,do that.You would think of all people,the governor would,smh.
 

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Liars, thieves, corrupt cowards, and those are the good qualities of a majority of our politicians.:hand1:
 
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not surprised at all, did anyone notice in the NY Times article he slipped a $350 tax refund into his budget for everyone in New York to happen next year during the election year...not that I think it will help him get reelected after signing the SAFE Act. lol
 

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not surprised at all, did anyone notice in the NY Times article he slipped a $350 tax refund into his budget for everyone in New York to happen next year during the election year...not that I think it will help him get reelected after signing the SAFE Act. lol
If he gets re-elected, we will know the price NY'ers put on their freedom.
 

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I'm absolutely shocked that Cuomo would blame the MAIG and Brady Campaign for the problems with SAFE. Shocked, I tell you. :rolleyes:
Why wouldn't the gutter-dragger blame himself for passing something that doesn't have a hope of actually thwarting crime. He's a "blamer," sure, but that goes with the territory of the current crop of political hacks. But he's also a lawyer, so he can certainly read a bill and identify its stupidities, weaknesses, ugly faults, unconstitutionality. HE KNEW this before he signed the darned thing ... and did nothing.

Unsurprising, given the sort of thing such a person is. It goes with the territory of being such a thing.

All we really need to know is what we know already: he's a direct threat to liberty, along with the rest of the liberty-haters who'd sell it all down the river for mere political expediency, irrespective of the harm to the People and our several states. Oust him, and all the rest.
 

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Forum General Rule 4.....

Cuomo is a lot of things...but Rule 4 keeps me from naming them....:image035:
 
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