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Old 12-31-2013, 03:08 PM  
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Bloomberg Leaves Office Today, Protected By Firearms

Chris Cox Executive Director, NRA's Institute for Legislative Action

When New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg leaves office today he will enter civilian life protected by firearms.




The same man who has spent much of his career and personal fortune trying to render good, law-abiding men and women defenseless, will now surround himself with a team of armed bodyguards.


Bloomberg’s security detail will be comprised of former police officers that he purchased away from the NYPD with the promise of early retirement, six-figure salaries, and other perks that go along with protecting America’s most notorious anti-gun zealot.


Bloomberg’s hypocrisy validates what five million NRA members and tens of millions of gun owners already know: The freedom to own and carry firearms is essential to our fundamental right of self-defense.


If this weren’t true, then Michael Bloomberg would eschew his security team and walk about town unarmed and defenseless like so many of his former constituents. To be sure, the threats he faces as a former public official are legitimate and should be taken seriously. However, they are no more legitimate or serious than the threats that many American men and women face every day – and that’s especially true for many folks who live and work in New York City.


Bloomberg’s hypocrisy on gun rights should come as no surprise. Earlier this year, he proclaimed: “I do think there are certain times we should infringe on your freedom.” (Emphasis mine.)


It was a rare moment of honesty, and Michael Bloomberg has certainly governed as if there should be one set of rules for him and his fellow wealthy political elites, and another set of rules for the rest of us


To Bloomberg, most Americans are too dumb, or too insignificant, to be afforded much freedom at all. He believes we have to be told everything from what to eat, to how much soda we can drink. And above all, he wants us stripped of our constitutional right to keep and bear arms.


Thus, the same man who obtains special permission for his personal security force to carry firearms in so-called “gun free” countries like Bermuda, is also responsible for gun confiscation notices like this one being delivered to law-abiding gun owners in his city.


The same man who won’t go out for a burger unless he’s surrounded by a wall of protection that only firearms can provide, also won’t allow his city’s most vulnerable men and women to protect themselves and their loved ones from violent criminal attack.
Although Bloomberg is leaving office today, his assault on our Second Amendment freedom is certainly not over.


He has vowed to spend whatever amount it takes from his $31 billion fortune to buy Congress in this year’s mid-term elections, so he can hand Barack Obama a gun ban majority in the U.S. House and Senate. If that happens, Obama can spend his final years in office dismantling the Second Amendment.


Gun owners and all freedom-loving Americans must be on guard in this coming year’s campaign season. Any candidate who takes anti-gun money from Michael Bloomberg will not be working for you. That candidate will be working for the man who thinks his wealth entitles him to deny you the ability to exercise your core freedoms.


Chris W. Cox is the Executive Director of the National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) and serves as the organization’s chief lobbyist.



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Old 12-31-2013, 08:49 PM   #16
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Old 12-31-2013, 08:55 PM   #17
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Reported. Piss is a pollutant and taxable.
I don't live in the city, ha!
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Old 12-31-2013, 09:06 PM   #18
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In the case of the laws of New York City vs guns I happen to agree that they have a point however. After putting a dude in an ambulance about a month ago and finding out the laws for him having stolen some of my buddies guns, its insanely too restrictive.
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Old 01-01-2014, 01:27 AM   #19
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In the case of the laws of New York City vs guns I happen to agree that they have a point however. After putting a dude in an ambulance about a month ago and finding out the laws for him having stolen some of my buddies guns, its insanely too restrictive.
Happy Knew Dear dude. Whatever.
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I'd like to say what I hope will happen to that piece of shit, but I'm sure the NSA is watching...
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Old 01-01-2014, 03:30 AM   #21
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I'd like to say what I hope will happen to that piece of shit, but I'm sure the NSA is watching...
You have to be careful about what you put on the internet in these situations. Especially involving a public figure. And a controversial one at that.
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Old 01-01-2014, 03:52 AM   #22
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In the case of the laws of New York City vs guns I happen to agree that they have a point however. After putting a dude in an ambulance about a month ago and finding out the laws for him having stolen some of my buddies guns, its insanely too restrictive.
What sucks to me is that this ridiculous level of gun control is happening in the high population centers. I know a lot of people on here (including myself) are pointing out that places like NYC and Chicago continue to over regulate while being mired in more and more violent crimes. They are extreme examples but they seem to show that being ever stricter just doesn't work.

I honestly think that the violent crime rates in high population centers are caused by too many people crammed into too little space. As a defense mechanism I think people start dehumanizing the crowd around them. It's too much to take in and you get attitudes like the classic fictional Seinfeld characters, people just become numb and disassociate from each other. I'm really not sure what you can do about that but ever stricter gun laws aren't making anything better.
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Old 01-01-2014, 03:55 AM   #23
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There is/was a movement out there to try to treat violence like an infectious disease. It looked somewhat promising to me but I forgot about it and I haven't really checked on it lately. It may sound kind of flaky. I know it's kind of a "soft science" approach. It's worth a listen:

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I have a cousin that lives in upstate NY. I am pretty sure my cousin would punch Bloomberg across the jawline if he could get away with it.
i think he would have to get in line with the rest of us.
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Isn't he a billionaire? Why doesn't he give his money to the poor and be an example to Americans. Isn't this what the libs preach.
It's surprising how many billionaire socialists exist. Soros is another. They have their money protected in assets and trusts while the call on others to pay up. Even the Kennedy's have done this.
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Old 01-01-2014, 10:12 AM   #27
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I dont get the gun legislation part of this topic. all of the garbage from that came from Albany, not Manhattan.

Banning smoking in bars was one of the greatest laws ever enacted. but that other shit is ridiculous. 16 oz soda lol
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Old 01-01-2014, 12:57 PM   #28
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Unfortunately Bloomberg's successor isn't much better. Bill de Blasio is another proud socialist, and was a cheerleader for the Nicaraguan communists. He says he wants to “redistribute income” -- locally.

Maryland, another socialist paradise, tried that and their revenues nosedived as the wealthy left the state. This is why lefties love centralized power at the national level and despise the federalism of our Constitution--so there's no where to escape.
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Unfortunately Bloomberg's successor isn't much better. Bill de Blasio is another proud socialist, and was a cheerleader for the Nicaraguan communists. He says he wants to “redistribute income” -- locally.

Maryland, another socialist paradise, tried that and their revenues nosedived as the wealthy left the state. This is why lefties love centralized power at the national level and despise the federalism of our Constitution--so there's no where to escape.
The Wealthy can always move. They can flee because they are wealthy. If the US decides they want to punish the wealthy then they can go to Singapore, Hong Kong, The Cayman Islands, or anywhere else they think they can get a better deal. France is learning this now as their wealthy leave for Belgium, the UK, and Switzerland.

Its the middle and poor that suffer because they can not move as easily.
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The NRA helps win elections and strike down retarded gun laws because they have so much money according to gun grabbers.

Bloomberg could buy the NRA 11tybillion times over if he wanted to. He doesn't try because he knows the only way to ban guns is to lie and manipulate to succeed.

It's not about money or budget pools. The American people do not want what he is selling. **** him.
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