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    Why you should all be concerned about what is happening in NY State

    IT IS SPREADING!

    NJ Senate Committee To Hear Anti-Gun & Anti-Sportsman Bills – Take Action!

    New Jersey Gun Owners start calling NOW! Your ownership of guns has just made you political. (if you want to keep them)
    Tolerance of the intolerant leads to the destruction of tolerance. “You are also reminded that any inappropriate remarks or jokes concerning security may result in your arrest,” in the land of the free.

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    Looks like you are heading down the path of your fellow bordering states to the north!

    GOOD LUCK!

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    NJ beat NY to the hollow point ammo ban though.
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    I'm tellin ya folks...ya gotta move to the states that treat you like fellow adults and get outta those kindergarten hell holes. Once you have starved the states to death financially move back and clean em up. It is already a foregone conclusion so why extend your misery more than you have to. Once bloomingahole, guacamole face, and the others convince you that you can't take care of yourselves it is over. That is all they are doing. They know their stupid policies are absolutely useless. If they don't they are too damned stupid to be in office. So if they know then what are they trying to accomplish???? To get you to eventually submit!

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    I'm just sayin..... Ya know?

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    What's Gov Christie say about this? Then again, look what he had to say about Obummer right before the election.

    Folks in NJ... beat the heck out of your Senators and Congressmen with phone calls, emails and mail. If you can, go to their offices in person and let them know you are sick and tired of being sick and tired.

    When they hear the voices hopefully they will back down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolf_fire View Post
    What's Gov Christie say about this? Then again, look what he had to say about Obummer right before the election.

    Folks in NJ... beat the heck out of your Senators and Congressmen with phone calls, emails and mail. If you can, go to their offices in person and let them know you are sick and tired of being sick and tired.

    When they hear the voices hopefully they will back down.
    We could hope so but NY, MD, and NJ are mostly big city anti-gun enclaves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolf_fire View Post
    What's Gov Christie say about this? Then again, look what he had to say about Obummer right before the election.

    Folks in NJ... beat the heck out of your Senators and Congressmen with phone calls, emails and mail. If you can, go to their offices in person and let them know you are sick and tired of being sick and tired.

    When they hear the voices hopefully they will back down.

    Who cares what that lardass has to say?

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    New Yorkers, we are watching every move you make, Bloomberg.

    http://rt.com/usa/bloomberg-never-kn...e-cameras-477/


    Bloomberg: New Yorkers will 'never know where our cameras are'




    New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg visits the Lower Manhattan Security Initiative on April 23, 2013 in New York City. (AFP Photo / John Moore)





    Crime, Politics, Terrorism, Law, Information Technology, USA, Police, Security
    New York City police officials intend to expand the already extensive use of surveillance cameras throughout town. The plan, unveiled Thursday, comes as part of a drive for increased security around the US following the Boston Marathon attack.

    New York City Police Department Commissioner Ray Kelly announced the plan during a press conference with Mayor Michael Bloomberg, in which the two announced that the suspected Boston Marathon bombers were planning to attack New York next. The pair said they hope to discourage criminals by using so-called “smart cameras” that will aggregate data from 911 alerts, arrest records, mapped crime patterns, surveillance cameras and radiation detectors, among other tools, according to The Verge.

    “You’re never going to know where all of our cameras are,” Bloomberg told reporters gathered outside City Hall. “And that’s one of the ways you deter people; they just don’t know whether the person sitting next to you is somebody sitting there or a detective watching.”

    Kelly said the Domain Awareness System, nicknamed “the dashboard,” would centralize already existing data captured on the between 3,500 and 6,000 cameras already placed throughout the city with new technology developed in conjunction with Microsoft. The project is expected to take three years to complete and cost between $40 and $50 million.




    Police and private security personel monitor security cameras at the Lower Manhattan Security Initiative on April 23, 2013 in New York City. (AFP Photo / John Moore)

    The commissioner previously said that at least 16 terror plots had been thwarted in New York City since the attack on September 11, 2001, asserting that such law enforcement success show that the surveillance tools put in place since then have been effective. His boast came in the face of the New York Civil Liberties Union and similar privacy advocates who have asked for more transparency on the issue of police monitoring.

    “The privacy issue has really been taken off the table,” Kelly said Thursday. “I don’t think people are concerned about it. I think people accept it in a post-9/11 world.”

    Mayor Bloomberg agreed, using the press conference to slam the “special interests” who have objected to his policies. The American Civil Liberties Union, for one, has criticized Bloomberg’s administration for installing thousands of cameras in Lower Manhattan in a surveillance initiative that has since expanded north through Midtown.

    “The role of surveillance cameras played in identifying the suspects was absolutely essential to saving lives, both in Boston, and now we know here in New York City,” the mayor said Thursday. “We’ve made major investments in camera technology – notwithstanding the objections of some special interests."

    “People are all worried about privacy,” he continued. “Yes, it is a concern, but given the balance you have between keeping people safe and total privacy, the direction the whole world is going is more cameras and better-quality cameras.”


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    The antis in the New Jersey legislature have never seen a gun control bill they wouldn't vote for, and it's sad to say that no amount of calling, emailing, or letter writing will persuade them to vote otherwise. It would be easier to just move.

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