Skip to comments.NJ Lawmaker Rips Magazine Ban to Shreds
Posted on 03/25/2014 7:26:47 PM PDT by Nachum
NJ Assemblyman Michael Patrick Carroll gives amazing floor speech in opposition to legislation banning magazines over ten rounds. This took place at the New Jersey Assembly Chamber in Trenton, NJ on March 20th, 2014.
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Right on, brother!
I find it very interesting that this is in NJ.
Sounds like he may up for re-election this fall.
Much of NJ is still very red.
District 25: Bernardsville, Boonton, Boonton Township, Chester Borough, Chester Township, Denville, Dover, Mendham Borough, Mendham Township, Mine Hill, Morris, Morristown, Mount Arlington, Mountain Lakes, Netcong, Randolph, Rockaway Borough, Roxbury, Victory Gardens, Washington (Morris), Wharton
This happened in New Jersey? New Jersey?
He is a member at my range, one of the most pro gun politicians in the Assembly.
There are some very red areas in Jersey, such as Ocean County where I live and the representatives Morris County. Unfortunately, we are overwhelmed by the parasitic classes in the rest of the state, especially Essex and Hudson.
Poor New Jersey-—when most people think of NJ they think of Trenton and other big cities. I know that was always the impression I had.
My neighbors in Texas a few years back were originally from NJ, but had settled in TX with his job. When he retired, they went back to NJ, and chose, of all places, Clinton NJ!
I was incredulous! How could they leave Texas and return to a place like NJ? (Of course, I had never been there-just had a picture in my mind of what it must be like.)
The long and short of it is, they live in one of the most beautiful areas I have ever seen-—lovely house, overlooking a reservoir which looks like a good sized lake, and the house itself looks like they cut out some space in a heavily wooded area and dropped the house in the middle of it.
They have black bears that come right up to their house—and a lot of other wildlife creatures in the area.
It’s beautiful—and a fun place to visit in the summer—but I wouldn’t want to live there—especially in the winter.
(I’m a Texan—I don’t “do” cold—LOL!)
Clinton, NJ, in Hunterdon County, is beautiful. And...the demographics are, how you say, congenial.
I’m in Ocean County. Still solid red