Rick Perry to Gun Manufacturer Leaving Connecticut Over New Gun Law: 'Come on Down!'
Texas Gov. Rick Perry has a simple message for PTR Industries, the Connecticut-based gun manufacturer that said it plans to leave the state following the passage of new gun legislation: "Come on down!" Perry tweeted a link Friday to a news story about the gun-maker's announcement, in which they said their industry is "threatened" as long as they ... (more)
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#1 Apr 15, 2013
Is pandering simpering and anti-civil rights anti jobs crusader Ct Gov Malloy acting just like a two faced deceitful hypocrite?(After all guns are the original civil right). Well, according to the Courant Newspaper he pulled political favors and handed out political bribes to keep his felon criminal son from doing any prison time, and the son is walking around free on probation. The son perpetrated an armed home invasion (his son took a plea reduced down to 1st degree felony attempted robbery of his drug dealer using a pellet pistol he threatened his victim with as being a firearm, plus a plea to a drug felony ). Look it up. So we do know that Malloy thinks that a violent felon should not face any consequences and should walk around free if part of the Malloy family. But if a regular citizen with a state permit to carry pistols and spotless record happens to own a handgun purchased totally legally last year, but which Molloy thinks now just holds too many evil cartridges, and if they fail to jump through all of Malloy’s hoops to reregister that magazine, or they load it up, then Malloy thinks they should do felony jail time.(Off duty and retired cops: this means you too, so you better not load your 15 round Glock with more than 10 rounds and you better register every magazine !). Two faced? Hypocritical? Maybe that evil pellet gun just forced Malloy’s son into turning into a violent felon all by itself, and maybe Malloy will outlaw all pellet guns and air guns and such. Small minds really have nothing better to do than to steal freedoms away from others. And if you think that anti-civil rights crusaders like Ct Senator Blumenthal are not committed racists, look at all their proposals to tax bullets and guns beyond reach so that only people with his $70 million fortune of privileges like he has could have them or protect themselves, not ordinary people, and especially not law abiding working black people with low incomes that have a clean record and qualify for a carry permit but who may be stuck living in crime infested neighborhoods. These smug self styled emperors are wearing no clothes, and they need to be seen for who they really are
#2 Apr 15, 2013
I love how the civil rights crowd gets up in arms when it comes to their guns but when it comes to their privacy, communications, finances, search/siezure, indefinent detention, ect. there is barely a word.
why is it so different when its guns, but not the rest?
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