NYS Senator Wants SAFE Act Repealed

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Batavia, N.Y. --- New York State Senator Michael Ranzenhofer announced Thursday that he is calling for a repeal of the NYS SAFE Act law. Full Story

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#1 Apr 19, 2013
GOOD!! It is an illegal bill and will get thrown out the first time someone takes NY to court over it. Coumo tried to play Obama and got caught like the big "O" did a couple of days ago-LOL-. Time to clean out the trash that the low information voters put in office from the White House on down. Just saying.
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#2 Apr 19, 2013
I wish some general would declare martial law ... and clean house! get rid of all government corruption!

He could throw every congressman, senator, supreme court justice and banker that is a member of the Fed ... and put them in jail. Seize their wealth to pay the foriegn debt.

Bring all the troops home to oversee the next rounds of elections to make sure they are not fixed.

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