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Cuomo Needs To Rework Gun Bill

March 7, 2013

What a mess. The NY SAFE Act, passed in January in response to the Newtown, Conn., school shooting and the shooting of two volunteer firefighters in Webster, N.Y....

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MyRushie

Mar-07-13 4:39 AM

Cuomo needs to STOP YELLING!!

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Larry1

Mar-07-13 6:11 AM

Laws can never prevents something from happening. They only establishes a penalty after what did happen.

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GeorgeB67

Mar-07-13 6:36 AM

Cuomo figured that the entire state was filled with enough blind-faith liberal Democrats that he could trample our rights and get away with it. He figured that fear-mongering would overshadow his abuse of power. He was wrong. People of both parties are calling him out on this shameful, politically motivated action.

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madman

Mar-07-13 7:38 AM

The problem is this law will never be repealed unless forced to by the courts. What the individuals who choose to name call, threaten, and whine about this law should have done is acted in a reasonable manner and try to get amendments to the law such as the 7 round magazine. Instead they have choosen to claim their 2nd amendment rights have been violated. Do they even know what the 2nd amendment states? And if their rights have been violated, how are they still able to own fire arms. This group needs a calm voice to speak and represent them in changing certain parts of this law. You will get more done that way.

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PleaseWakeUp

Mar-07-13 9:27 AM

I like the idea of revisiting the 7 magazine limit. Lets drop it down to 5 or less for my safety and arrest anyone with larger capacity. Now, instead of bashing this statement, answer the following question....Why do you need large capacity weapons?

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sgleshot84

Mar-07-13 9:37 AM

The fact of the matter is that it is a direct infringement in our rights. Period. The second amendment has nothing to do with hunting or sporting use, it was written to be able to protect against the government overstepping their boundries. Now if we could only get this liberal pile of a newspaper to publish information like this it would help to open the eyes of all the koolaid drinkers that we have around here.

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PleaseWakeUp

Mar-07-13 9:45 AM

ok 84, Since our government has already over stepped it, why haven't you attacked?

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rukiddingme

Mar-07-13 10:23 AM

madman is right. This law NEEDS to be ammended. By the way...anyone see the price of gas lately? How about your grocery bills? Any of the services you rely and depend on being cut? Wake up people!!

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sgleshot84

Mar-07-13 11:06 AM

PleaseWakeUp, I'm not going to argue with you as to when people will be taking a forceful stand against the actions of our government. Just wait until next January when they supposedly expect people to "register" their semi auto sporting rifles. It's none of the states business what people own. Period. There will be mass civil non-compliance, and there will be those who defend their rights by force. Feel free to believe that people will just roll over and accept this garbage law, because it simply wont happen. I feel sorry for the officers that will decide to enforce it.

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PleaseWakeUp

Mar-07-13 12:03 PM

I'm looking forward to next Janaury then 84. No need to argue. I would love to see an uprising, like we had in the 60's. The citizens of this country our too layed back to put on demonstrations against our government. I'll even join you and beat the drum. bum, bum, bum bum bum!

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PleaseWakeUp

Mar-07-13 12:04 PM

Hey ruffer, You have a voice, but shame on us anti- automatic gun folks for having an opinion. Sorry to say, but in the real world (outside of rural ny), there is a majority that agree with changes to the system.

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1laona

Mar-07-13 12:45 PM

The NY SAFE ACT passed in January because Prince Andy would be King(in 2016)seemed to have doomed his chances of "mov'in on up... to the White House".We the people weren't impressed.

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formerlyphil

Mar-07-13 12:57 PM

PWU every time you post about guns you reveal further an obviously limited knowledge on the subject.

nobody owns automatic weapons. they've been illegal since the '30s.

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PleaseWakeUp

Mar-07-13 1:22 PM

"Again, your lack of knowledge is astounding - a majority of the counties in NYS have come out against the Cuomo law."

Just because you rural folks enjoy your "SEMI-AUTOMATIC GUNS" doesn't mean everybody does. Why don't you go take your guns and defend your 2nd amendment rights!

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PleaseWakeUp

Mar-07-13 1:28 PM

23rd Congressional District poll shows broad support for universal background check

"A poll of 400 likely voters in the 23rd Congressional District shows overwhelming support for background checks for all gun buyers.

The poll, commissioned by Mayors Against Illegal Guns, targeted the 23rd Congressional District represented by Rep. Tom, Reed, R-Corning, and the 19th Congressional District in New York. In all, 41 congressional districts in 21 states were surveyed for the poll

It found 94 percent of those responding favored universal background checks for gun sales in New York’s 23rd Congressional District. The Schoen LLC poll was conducted Feb. 2 through 6 of 400 voters and has a margin of error of plus or minus 5 percentage points.

Two-thirds of those polled said they favored stronger gun violence prevention laws to keep firearms out of the wrong hands, while 25 percent of the respondents were opposed.

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PleaseWakeUp

Mar-07-13 1:29 PM

Of the respondents, 43 percent said they owned a gun and 13 percent replied someone in their household owned a gun. There were 16 percent who said they were members of the National Rifle Association.

Rep. Reed, a strong Second Amendment supporter, favors a strong mental health component in any federal gun control legislation. After the Sandy Hook Elementary School killings in Newtown, Conn., in December, Rep. Reed urged Congress not to rush to pass new gun control legislation and to reject legislation that was an emotional response to the shootings."

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critix

Mar-07-13 3:01 PM

COMRADE CUOMO. Beyond braindead and looking to herd sheep. 2A = perfect as is. STAND . Lying on the floor in fetal position sucking thumb = not an option unless you swing and crave the left. As is said, if you wish to remain unarmed and helpless : be my guest.

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ru4real

Mar-07-13 5:04 PM

PWK maybe you should ask a combat vet haw many bullets are put into enemies on drugs trying to kill them in Iraq or afghanistan, point being a violent person breaks into your home while on drugs tries to harm you and yours how many bullets will it take you to stop them or him? over 25 at times!

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ru4real

Mar-07-13 5:06 PM

with 5.56 cal. safe act is a tyrant move to confiscate look at history!

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MacKenzie

Mar-07-13 10:40 PM

My Rushie, he yells because it makes him sound so Chavez-like.

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MacKenzie

Mar-07-13 10:46 PM

This Cuomo abomination of a law is unjust and a travesty. Background checks, New York state has them and they are rigorous and thorough. New York is a difficult state in which to get a gun permit. There is no need here for "universal" background checks, we already have them. We really can't get thorough mental health background checks because we have these laws called HIPAA laws, protecting patient privacy. Perhaps if they overturn the HIPAA laws, the government can get that information.

There is nothing in this law that will save one life or make the citizens safer. There is no way to legislate away the evil, criminal mind, the mentally ill, etc.

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50s4ever

Mar-07-13 11:14 PM

"drop it down to five or less for my safety"....are figuring on breaking in PWU?

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Dark77

Mar-07-13 11:22 PM

He went after the teachers and the state workers and no one stepped up ....now it it gun owners ...who is next on his list...he needs to go...the problem is he wants to be the next obama

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patriot012

Mar-08-13 6:38 AM

"when the government fears the people you have liberty, when the people fear the government you have tyranny."With Cuome and the New York city socialist politicians we have tyranny .

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patriot012

Mar-08-13 6:43 AM

The headline should have read,Cuomo needs to repeal "safeact"!!

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