Joined: 6/22/2004A video has surfaced from the state assembly in New York that suggests that when discussing the new measures for gun control, the idea of full confiscation of “assault weapons” and high capacity mags was being considered. There is a video that shows the idea being addressed. I’m just wondering if anyone knows if this is legitimate and if the idea got real consideration or was just one nut’s brainstorm in a list of ideas.
Pretty scary stuff regardless, IMO!
http://www.thecommentator.com/article/2 … on_of_gunsAs we have seen… Sometimes all it takes is one “nut” to touch off a nationwide poo storm.
Joined: 8/17/2004That is true as we know. Mcclaughlin was excellent at the Assembly hearing.Thanks for sharing bow4life. Made sure i shared that through FB holy cow that guy he was talking to was so clueless it was almost comical.
It’s unnerving to think about. Some will register, turn in, comply. More I think, will take a stand and if a few stand up more will follow. NY’s government drew a line in the sand.
It’s unnerving to think about. Some will register, turn in, comply. More I think, will take a stand and if a few stand up more will follow. NY’s government drew a line in the sand.[/quote:3rih0u7p]
What’s scary for the rest of us is that you know some other states are watching NY to see how this goes, ready to enact simillar laws if there is minimal push-back.
Mcclaughlin was excellent at the Assembly hearing.
That was impressive. Perfect cool headed demeanor and well spoken facts that can’t be debated. Very well done indeed.AuthorPostsViewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total)
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New Yorkers, is this true?
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