Skip to comments.Photos from Front Lines of the New York State Gun Law Rebellion
Posted on 03/01/2013 10:21:20 AM PST by therightliveswithus
It was a chilly day yesterday in Albany, New York. Snow was still on the ground and a light breeze buzzed across the steps of the state capitol complex. Still, that didn't stop hundreds of citizens from coming out to protest the new "SAFE" Act of the New York State legislature, passed under lock and key swiftly after the Sandy Hook shootings. Urged by Governor Andrew Cuomo, it is by far the most restrictive in the country and has made tens of thousands of firearms in Upstate New York illegal. From across the state, especially the rural Upstate areas, people came in droves.
The line was long to get to the steps of the State Capitol as New Yorkers thronged to protest the invasion of their civil liberties.
The crowd continued to grow as the protest expanded beyond what even the organizers expected.
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That makes it unconstitutional in my book.
Based on these photos, it looks like a pretty small crowd for such a big state. A weak response like this is why bloomberg and Cuomo feel like they can run roughshod over conservatives in NY.
Your logic is impeccable.
Be aware that NY City is about 90% of the New York State population. The turn out was excellent for a weekday.
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