NJ CEO Tells Lawmakers Considering New Gun Laws: ‘We Will Not Comply’
I love everything about this:
During the March 13 hearing, Anthony P. Colandro told lawmakers that the proposed bill would turn law-abiding gun owners into criminals overnight. Colandro is the CEO of: Gun for Hire, a firearm training center in New Jersey, and expressed concern regarding what the law could do to his business.
“I own, personally, approximately $30,000 of guns, contrary to what Cease Fire New Jersey Says, that they do not make 10-round magazines for,” he explained. “I also have in my possession at my range over $20,000 of magazines that hold more than 10 rounds.”He then asked the chairman of the committee who exactly would be compensating him if the items suddenly become illegal.
“Have you guys seen what is happening in Connecticut right now?” he continued. “One million gun owners in New Jersey are also gonna say, like our brothers and sisters in the north, that we will not comply. And I can tell you here and now, I will not comply.”
He’s not alone.
More and more Americans are becoming fed up with the government telling them their rights are negotiable.
This is the stuff revolutions are made of.
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I just received this press release and decided to post it because it shows that at least a few Republicans
According to one former ambassador, yes: Sir Tony Brenton, who served as British Ambassador from 2004 to 2008, said that
Traffic wise, blogs certainly aren’t competitive yet with cable news, radio talk shows, or even bigger websites like the Drudge