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    NY Governor David Paterson will not seek election in 2010 race!!

    Paterson drops out of New York governor race - latimes.com

    It's expected that Atty. Gen. Andrew Cuomo (D) will be a strong candidate for that seat. Of course he is anti-gun.

    Disgraced Law-Breaking Ex-Governor Pushes Gun Control
    Friday, May 01, 2009
    "Spitzer's article resurrects a scheme from former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo's idea was that the federal government would buy guns for the military and federal law enforcement agencies only from manufacturers who agree not to sell "certain types of weapons" (unspecified, but presumably including "assault weapons" and many types of handguns) to the general public; not to sell guns without trigger locks, hidden serial numbers, or a magazine disconnect—features that have no particular benefit and some of which decrease the firearm's usefulness for self-defense; not to sell guns to dealers who are not "authorized;" and not to sell guns to dealers to which guns recovered from criminals have been traced."
    NRA-ILA :: Disgraced Law-Breaking Ex-Governor Pushes Gun Control

    So far we have Rick Lazio (R), but he is a supporter of Gun Control.
    "On gun control. Lazio voted for the Brady law, which requires a five-day waiting period for handgun purchases, and for a ban on the sale of assault weapons. Last year, he supported a measure to require criminal background checks of people who make purchases at gun shows. (After that was defeated, he supported a watered-down bill endorsed by the National Rifle Association.)"
    Source: David Rosenbaum, New York Times Jun 4, 2000
    Rick Lazio on Gun Control

    The NRA gave Lazio a D-minus!
    "Lazio does not share Clinton’s unequivocal support for gun licensing or a hate-crimes law that would increase penalties for gay bias attacks. On gun control, Lazio is a strong enough proponent to have earned himself a “D-minus” from the National Rifle Association. He supports the Brady Bill, assault-weapons ban and trigger locks. But Lazio calls licensing “invasive” and says he hasn’t seen a registration program that’s “workable.”
    Rick Lazio on Gun Control

    DO WE HAVE ANYBODY ELSE??

    The election is aobut 9 months away! Remember the democrats are hard at work to strip the state of NY of ALL gun rights and enforce laws that will mirror Bloomberg's Republic of NYC.

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  3. The state of New York never ceases to amaze me with its anti-second amendment sentiment.

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    AHHH NY.. you just have to hate living here

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    If only we could sell NYC to Jersey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sockos View Post
    If only we could sell NYC to Jersey.

  7. Be careful what you wish for. Andrew Cuomo is far worse than Pattersen.

    Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Andrew Cuomo, has "expressed interest" in filing a HUD lawsuit against gun manufacturers.2 The suit would be filed on behalf of some or all of the nation's 3,400 public housing authorities that receive federal funding on the theory that persistent crime in public housing is substantially the fault of gun manufacturers. HUD is considering asking a court to force gun manufacturers to reimburse public housing authorities for funds they've spent over the years on alarm systems and security guards.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by ricardo900 View Post
    Paterson drops out of New York governor race - latimes.com

    It's expected that Atty. Gen. Andrew Cuomo (D) will be a strong candidate for that seat. Of course he is anti-gun.

    Disgraced Law-Breaking Ex-Governor Pushes Gun Control
    Friday, May 01, 2009
    "Spitzer's article resurrects a scheme from former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo's idea was that the federal government would buy guns for the military and federal law enforcement agencies only from manufacturers who agree not to sell "certain types of weapons" (unspecified, but presumably including "assault weapons" and many types of handguns) to the general public; not to sell guns without trigger locks, hidden serial numbers, or a magazine disconnect—features that have no particular benefit and some of which decrease the firearm's usefulness for self-defense; not to sell guns to dealers who are not "authorized;" and not to sell guns to dealers to which guns recovered from criminals have been traced."
    NRA-ILA :: Disgraced Law-Breaking Ex-Governor Pushes Gun Control

    So far we have Rick Lazio (R), but he is a supporter of Gun Control.
    "On gun control. Lazio voted for the Brady law, which requires a five-day waiting period for handgun purchases, and for a ban on the sale of assault weapons. Last year, he supported a measure to require criminal background checks of people who make purchases at gun shows. (After that was defeated, he supported a watered-down bill endorsed by the National Rifle Association.)"
    Source: David Rosenbaum, New York Times Jun 4, 2000
    Rick Lazio on Gun Control

    The NRA gave Lazio a D-minus!
    "Lazio does not share Clinton’s unequivocal support for gun licensing or a hate-crimes law that would increase penalties for gay bias attacks. On gun control, Lazio is a strong enough proponent to have earned himself a “D-minus” from the National Rifle Association. He supports the Brady Bill, assault-weapons ban and trigger locks. But Lazio calls licensing “invasive” and says he hasn’t seen a registration program that’s “workable.”
    Rick Lazio on Gun Control

    DO WE HAVE ANYBODY ELSE??

    The election is aobut 9 months away! Remember the democrats are hard at work to strip the state of NY of ALL gun rights and enforce laws that will mirror Bloomberg's Republic of NYC.
    Not that I know of, but I agree, New York gun laws are very anti 2nd amendment. The New York gun laws
    are unconstitutional also, and must be eventually repealled. What we need in New York State is a good pro
    gun independent candidate for governor.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by ricardo900 View Post
    Paterson drops out of New York governor race - latimes.com

    It's expected that Atty. Gen. Andrew Cuomo (D) will be a strong candidate for that seat. Of course he is anti-gun.

    Disgraced Law-Breaking Ex-Governor Pushes Gun Control
    Friday, May 01, 2009
    "Spitzer's article resurrects a scheme from former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo's idea was that the federal government would buy guns for the military and federal law enforcement agencies only from manufacturers who agree not to sell "certain types of weapons" (unspecified, but presumably including "assault weapons" and many types of handguns) to the general public; not to sell guns without trigger locks, hidden serial numbers, or a magazine disconnect—features that have no particular benefit and some of which decrease the firearm's usefulness for self-defense; not to sell guns to dealers who are not "authorized;" and not to sell guns to dealers to which guns recovered from criminals have been traced."
    NRA-ILA :: Disgraced Law-Breaking Ex-Governor Pushes Gun Control

    So far we have Rick Lazio (R), but he is a supporter of Gun Control.
    "On gun control. Lazio voted for the Brady law, which requires a five-day waiting period for handgun purchases, and for a ban on the sale of assault weapons. Last year, he supported a measure to require criminal background checks of people who make purchases at gun shows. (After that was defeated, he supported a watered-down bill endorsed by the National Rifle Association.)"
    Source: David Rosenbaum, New York Times Jun 4, 2000
    Rick Lazio on Gun Control

    The NRA gave Lazio a D-minus!
    "Lazio does not share Clinton’s unequivocal support for gun licensing or a hate-crimes law that would increase penalties for gay bias attacks. On gun control, Lazio is a strong enough proponent to have earned himself a “D-minus” from the National Rifle Association. He supports the Brady Bill, assault-weapons ban and trigger locks. But Lazio calls licensing “invasive” and says he hasn’t seen a registration program that’s “workable.”
    Rick Lazio on Gun Control

    DO WE HAVE ANYBODY ELSE??

    The election is aobut 9 months away! Remember the democrats are hard at work to strip the state of NY of ALL gun rights and enforce laws that will mirror Bloomberg's Republic of NYC.
    New York is a very anti 2nd amendment state. The gun laws in New York are unconstitutional, and must eventually be repealled. What New York needs is an independent candidate who is pro gun for governor.

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    Is it time to move??

    I decided to take another look at the anti-gun legislation introduced in the New York State Senate, and my suspicions were ON POINT, it appears that the majority of the sponsors to these bills are from NYC and not the rest of the state. Just like the bill sponsored by a Bronx democrat to directly prevent the newly enacted federal law allowing concealed carry in national parks.
    Here's the link with the pending bills:
    NRA-ILA :: New York: Large Number of Anti-Gun Bills Filed in Albany

    Last time I checked the State of NY is very large and NYC is not the Capitol and Bloomberg is not governor, but it appears that they are making and influencing policy that dictates the entire state. I strongly believe that the gun laws in New York will eventually mirror that of NYC and with Cuomo as governor, Bloomberg as mayor and Schumer as senator, gun rights will slowly but surely disappear, guaranteed!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricardo900 View Post
    I saw that page come thru the system earlier in the week. That state is serious need of reform. I kind of doubt that the gangs in the city are going to worry about what Albany does.
    Semper Fi

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