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    Default "New York Governor to call special session after SCOTUS gun decision"

    "NEW YORK — Gov. Kathy Hochul called a Supreme Court ruling striking down a strict New York gun law “frightful in its scope”

    "Hochul vowed to quickly call state lawmakers back into session to pass new legislation in response to the decision, which reverses a law that places certain limits on who can carry firearms in public."

    "“We are also going to change the permitting process,” she said. “We are also going to create a higher threshold for those who want to receive a concealed carry permit. We are going to require training involved and also that they have specific firearm training, and I believe that we are going to be finding a way to create a system where the default position is for a private business that a concealed carry is not allowed unless they affirmatively offer the right to someone to come in with a concealed carry.”

    "“If the federal government will not have sweeping laws to protect us, then our states and our governors have a moral responsibility to do what we can and have laws that protect our citizens,” Hochul said, condemning the “insanity of the gun culture that has now possessed everyone, all the way up even to the Supreme Court.”

    https://www.politico.com/news/2022/0...t-gun-00041715

    With the SCOTUS decision, the gun advocates just might have opened an entire new can of worms they are going to have to deal with now, "We are also going to create a higher threshold for those who want to receive a concealed carry permit."

    And whatever New York passes, which they will, the six other States this decision effects, those with lower gun violence rates, will certainly model their legislation

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    With so many serious issues, we're still talking about one about which the constitution allows no remedy.

    You live in America.
    Most other countries won't have you because Americans are largely despised.
    Learn to live in a perpetual gunfight because that's your destiny.

    Go for universal healthcare or women's rights or stronger unions. Those are real issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NiftyNiblick View Post
    With so many serious issues, we're still talking about one about which the constitution allows no remedy.

    You live in America.
    Most other countries won't have you because Americans are largely despised.
    Learn to live in a perpetual gunfight because that's your destiny.

    Go for universal healthcare or women's rights or stronger unions. Those are real issues.
    Not willing to accept the possible reality of "living in a perpetual gunfight," especially when common sense shows us a way out, in time, after enough mass shootings, school kids getting slaughtered, and just pissed off people shooting those that pissed them off, America will wake up and realize this isn't Tombstone

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    concealed carry permits holders are not a source of crime.
    It's the illegal guns. Charge people and lock them up if necessary and the problem greatly reduces

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukkha View Post
    concealed carry permits holders are not a source of crime.
    It's the illegal guns. Charge people and lock them up if necessary and the problem greatly reduces
    May sure prosecutors and DAs prosecute gun violence and lock people away. Stop letting people out like Gascon does.
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    The Scotus just expanded the rights of law Abiding citizens, and the White LibSocs immediately try to take them away.

    The DemSocs defund the police in minority neighborhoods, and tell the Blacks and Hispanics to fend for themselves against violent criminals. Of course poor law abiding minorities should have the right to legally conceal carry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archives View Post
    "NEW YORK — Gov. Kathy Hochul called a Supreme Court ruling striking down a strict New York gun law “frightful in its scope”

    "Hochul vowed to quickly call state lawmakers back into session to pass new legislation in response to the decision, which reverses a law that places certain limits on who can carry firearms in public."

    "“We are also going to change the permitting process,” she said. “We are also going to create a higher threshold for those who want to receive a concealed carry permit. We are going to require training involved and also that they have specific firearm training, and I believe that we are going to be finding a way to create a system where the default position is for a private business that a concealed carry is not allowed unless they affirmatively offer the right to someone to come in with a concealed carry.”

    "“If the federal government will not have sweeping laws to protect us, then our states and our governors have a moral responsibility to do what we can and have laws that protect our citizens,” Hochul said, condemning the “insanity of the gun culture that has now possessed everyone, all the way up even to the Supreme Court.”

    https://www.politico.com/news/2022/0...t-gun-00041715

    With the SCOTUS decision, the gun advocates just might have opened an entire new can of worms they are going to have to deal with now, "We are also going to create a higher threshold for those who want to receive a concealed carry permit."

    And whatever New York passes, which they will, the six other States this decision effects, those with lower gun violence rates, will certainly model their legislation
    Poor anchovies,

    A higher threshold is better than having to pay off some fat asses politicians to even get considered for a permit. I am reading into this that democrat governors hate those that can't afford to pay for a "higher threshold" so they will make sure they are denied.
    Why do Democrats want to disenfranchise the poor?

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    NY??????????????? Who give a flying fuck! LMAO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by archives View Post
    "NEW YORK — Gov. Kathy Hochul called a Supreme Court ruling striking down a strict New York gun law “frightful in its scope”

    "Hochul vowed to quickly call state lawmakers back into session to pass new legislation in response to the decision, which reverses a law that places certain limits on who can carry firearms in public."

    "“We are also going to change the permitting process,” she said. “We are also going to create a higher threshold for those who want to receive a concealed carry permit. We are going to require training involved and also that they have specific firearm training, and I believe that we are going to be finding a way to create a system where the default position is for a private business that a concealed carry is not allowed unless they affirmatively offer the right to someone to come in with a concealed carry.”

    "“If the federal government will not have sweeping laws to protect us, then our states and our governors have a moral responsibility to do what we can and have laws that protect our citizens,” Hochul said, condemning the “insanity of the gun culture that has now possessed everyone, all the way up even to the Supreme Court.”

    https://www.politico.com/news/2022/0...t-gun-00041715

    With the SCOTUS decision, the gun advocates just might have opened an entire new can of worms they are going to have to deal with now, "We are also going to create a higher threshold for those who want to receive a concealed carry permit."

    And whatever New York passes, which they will, the six other States this decision effects, those with lower gun violence rates, will certainly model their legislation
    NY people are stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukkha View Post
    concealed carry permits holders are not a source of crime.
    It's the illegal guns. Charge people and lock them up if necessary and the problem greatly reduces
    Lemme tell you what, a stolen gun 'round heanh gets priority 1 from the police and everything.

    They will be coming, and they will not stop. if you steal a gun around here, they're gonna gitcha.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dukkha View Post
    concealed carry permits holders are not a source of crime.
    It's the illegal guns. Charge people and lock them up if necessary and the problem greatly reduces
    No guns are illegal is where we're going, though.
    I'm not saying if that's good or bad, but that's where the SCOTUS is going.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archives View Post
    "NEW YORK — Gov. Kathy Hochul called a Supreme Court ruling striking down a strict New York gun law “frightful in its scope”

    "Hochul vowed to quickly call state lawmakers back into session to pass new legislation in response to the decision, which reverses a law that places certain limits on who can carry firearms in public."

    "“We are also going to change the permitting process,” she said. “We are also going to create a higher threshold for those who want to receive a concealed carry permit. We are going to require training involved and also that they have specific firearm training, and I believe that we are going to be finding a way to create a system where the default position is for a private business that a concealed carry is not allowed unless they affirmatively offer the right to someone to come in with a concealed carry.”

    "“If the federal government will not have sweeping laws to protect us, then our states and our governors have a moral responsibility to do what we can and have laws that protect our citizens,” Hochul said, condemning the “insanity of the gun culture that has now possessed everyone, all the way up even to the Supreme Court.”

    https://www.politico.com/news/2022/0...t-gun-00041715

    With the SCOTUS decision, the gun advocates just might have opened an entire new can of worms they are going to have to deal with now, "We are also going to create a higher threshold for those who want to receive a concealed carry permit."

    And whatever New York passes, which they will, the six other States this decision effects, those with lower gun violence rates, will certainly model their legislation
    I wonder if he has enough votes in the NY legislature to change the US constitution......
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    Quote Originally Posted by NiftyNiblick View Post
    No guns are illegal is where we're going, though.
    I'm not saying if that's good or bad, but that's where the SCOTUS is going.
    It should have never been any other way to begin with
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    Quote Originally Posted by archives View Post
    "NEW YORK — Gov. Kathy Hochul called a Supreme Court ruling striking down a strict New York gun law “frightful in its scope”

    "Hochul vowed to quickly call state lawmakers back into session to pass new legislation in response to the decision, which reverses a law that places certain limits on who can carry firearms in public."

    "“We are also going to change the permitting process,” she said. “We are also going to create a higher threshold for those who want to receive a concealed carry permit. We are going to require training involved and also that they have specific firearm training, and I believe that we are going to be finding a way to create a system where the default position is for a private business that a concealed carry is not allowed unless they affirmatively offer the right to someone to come in with a concealed carry.”

    "“If the federal government will not have sweeping laws to protect us, then our states and our governors have a moral responsibility to do what we can and have laws that protect our citizens,” Hochul said, condemning the “insanity of the gun culture that has now possessed everyone, all the way up even to the Supreme Court.”

    https://www.politico.com/news/2022/0...t-gun-00041715

    With the SCOTUS decision, the gun advocates just might have opened an entire new can of worms they are going to have to deal with now, "We are also going to create a higher threshold for those who want to receive a concealed carry permit."

    And whatever New York passes, which they will, the six other States this decision effects, those with lower gun violence rates, will certainly model their legislation
    I am getting a weapon next week and I am going to get authorized to conceal carry. I'm not going to be the last unarmed person in America.

    Shit, the Republicans have turned this into a real life WestWorld.
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    No. I blame Democrats for staging a mass shooting, and even allowing these kids to be killed, solely to achieve the ends.

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    I don't doubt that's pretty close to the absolute truth; motherfucker. Not just Democrats; Globalists.

    They probably had the alleged "shooter" drugged or tied up in the corner while they did the shooting and then exfiltrated by helicopter, killing him on the way out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmarterthanYou View Post
    It should have never been any other way to begin with
    Yeah, man. Lets turn our freeways into shooting galleries. Next time there's a road rage incident people are just going to start blowing fuckers away and claiming they were "standing their ground".

    What a fucking mess the GOP have turned America into.
    Quote Originally Posted by Into the Night View Post
    No. I blame Democrats for staging a mass shooting, and even allowing these kids to be killed, solely to achieve the ends.

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Dillon View Post
    I don't doubt that's pretty close to the absolute truth; motherfucker. Not just Democrats; Globalists.

    They probably had the alleged "shooter" drugged or tied up in the corner while they did the shooting and then exfiltrated by helicopter, killing him on the way out.

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