Skip to comments.Repeal The SAFE Act (Stand Up, Staten Island)
Posted on 05/16/2013 2:49:15 PM PDT by OddLane
As we explained in our last activism update, the forces intent upon diminishing our rights have been emboldened by a recent series of horrific events. Most prominently, the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Rather than be cowed by rapacious politicians, we should resist this encroachment upon our fundamental liberties. To that end, Im urging my fellow New Yorkers-especially those living in Richmond County-to attend an important rally against Governor Andrew Cuomo and the legislature that rubber-stamped this egregious violation of our natural right to defend our lives, liberty, and property.
The absurdity of this law was demonstrated most recently by the arrest of a man in upstate New York for having two more bullets in his gun than legally allowed! The call to resist this tyrannical overreach by our governor-a man whos enriched himself at the expense of American taxpayers virtually his entire adult life-has been heard throughout New York, as thousands have rallied to voice their disdain for this infringement upon the basic Constitutional right to keep and bear arms. Some county legislatures have even voted for outright repeal.
Lets prove that even people in one of the least free cities can stand up their rights!
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200,000,000 rounds of ADIRONDACK UPSTATE LEAD FOR LIBERTY
say “STAND UP STATEN ISLAND”
“Laws that forbid the carrying of arms . . . disarm only those who are neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes . . .
Such laws make things worse for the assaulted and better for the assailants;
they serve rather to encourage than to prevent homicides,
for an unarmed man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed man. - Thomas Jefferson , 1764”
and a 7 round magazine , requires quicker and more frequent magazine changes , along with increased accuracy
Wish I could go! Best of luck, I will promote on Face Book
Big one in Albany June 11th.
No problem. Are you from Staten Island? I make all the noise up here in Buffalo. We are TEA New York spread from Rochester to Jamestown. I was Paladino’s adviser and driver.
I'm originally from Brooklyn.
You can see my city heritage if you click on my profile page.