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Old 06-14-2013, 1:26 PM
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Default NJ democRats in action...

Fresh from theblaze.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013...-enough-votes/

Simply unbelievable, but just shows how it works right now. They will not take NO for an answer regardless of any laws. And we have a full taste of it. No hope.
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Firearms’ IDs on driver’s licenses. Why not just tattoo it on people's arms?
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Old 06-14-2013, 2:50 PM
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LMAO!! Glad to see them make a mess of it.

But as one commenter posted to the article, they'll probably sign it into law anyway. They broke the legislative "rules"...so what?? Legislators break actual laws every day!
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That's some corrupt ish there ... switching committees when they didn't have the votes.

Hope the FBI sees that.
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Firearms’ IDs on driver’s licenses. Why not just tattoo it on people's arms?
Arms can be covered. Better to stitch a patch on clothing and require people to wear it. I'm willing to bet it would be quite effective.
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Old 06-14-2013, 3:58 PM
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Arms can be covered. Better to stitch a patch on clothing and require people to wear it. I'm willing to bet it would be quite effective.
A different patch of flair for every permit ultimately no doubt...
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Old 06-14-2013, 4:07 PM
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I'm curious to see what repercussions (if any) are a result of this debacle.
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One of my girlfriends is from new jersey,

According to her, there really is no difference between organized crime and the 'legitimate government'

basically its a corrupt kleptocracy which functions because anyone and everyone can be paid to look the other way.

No one follows the rules, because the rules only exist to create a pretext for government agents to shake down various sectors of business or private persons.

The only reason they even pay lip service to pretending to be a legit government is so that they can line up with the other states with their hands out for federal money at the DC trough.
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Well, CT just had a special election in for a state leg. seat, and a Republican won the seat for the first time in over 40 years (last Republican elected was in 1972). The Republican winner, Belsito, won with a 17% margin.

http://articles.courant.com/2013-06-...defense-league

Maybe this will give the GOP in deep blue states an opening in these special elections, upto the 2014 mid-terms. In this case, it is a bit clouded because the dem that was running made some pro-2A statements as well. But the margin of victory and the district makeup should be a wake up call for both parties.
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Don't count on NJ's court system to fix any kind of shenenigans by the legislature. They are required by law to either accept or deny handgun permit(purchase) within 30 days, but many localities are running sometimes up to 6 months.
That being said this particular bill might ease that if they'll allow for the instant checks. But requiring the training for simple ownership is tough to swallow.
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I suggest they demand a yellow six-pointed star be embroidered on gun owner's clothing—that will expose them for who and what they really are so they can be dealt with in the courts quickly but not quietly.
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There are the true criminals at work. What a joke!
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Unbelievable! This is disgusting that they tried this, it's a disgrace they'll get away with it!

I hope they can't push it through like this, it should be a failed bill and dead right now.
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Arms can be covered. Better to stitch a patch on clothing and require people to wear it. I'm willing to bet it would be quite effective.
I see what you did there.
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LMAO! Good thing you fixed that, or Librarian would have come in here and thumped you!

My iPod auto-corrected on me, and wouldn't let me edit on the mobile web version. I was like "uh oh."
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Library's know no bounds.
You got that right--talk about zero-tolerance policies:
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