Skip to comments.N.Y.C. Mayor Michael Bloomberg's anti-gun group launches ads
Posted on 04/22/2010 11:18:43 AM PDT by neverdem
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg NEW YORK -- Mayor Michael Bloomberg's national anti-gun group is using the anniversary of the Columbine shooting to launch a campaign to close the gun show loophole.
Those senators are Mark Udall in Colorado, Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins in Maine, Scott Brown in Massachusetts, George Voinovich in Ohio, and Jim Webb and Mark Warner in Virginia.
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Remember what happened to the adult girl who bought Harris and Kliebold the weapons?
Oh yeah, she got to testify how bad gun shows are.
Mayor Bloomers attended the maoist’s command performance at Cooper Union today.
Hasn’t his “anti-gun group of mayors” been shrinking and shrinking?
” Scott Brown in Massachusetts”
So much for HIS conservative credentials!
F’em, another RINO, limit him to one term.
The “Gun show loophole” is an out and out fraud, created by gun grabbers for the purpose of eliminating gun show business—a stopover on the road to overturning the 2nd amendment, of course. The only sales at gun shows which do not require adherence to the full scope of federal gun laws are those by private individuals from their personal collections. And such sales account for fewer than 1% of arms used in criminal activities. As usual, the left is not interested in crime or criminals. Rather its purpose is the confiscation of all privately owned arms. Period.
Every time I hear someone quote the "gun show loophole," I ask them to explain what exactly the loophole is. 9 out of 10 times they have no idea what it means, or whether it's really a loophole at all (it's not).
I do the same thing anytime someone uses the term "assault rifle."
Presumably he has reason to think they're on the fence regarding this issue.
Some months ago there were some stories about members resigning saying they were fraudulently recruited, supposed mayors no longer in office being on the membership list, etc. They have been keeping a low profile up until a few weeks ago.