Why Do Liberals Cry As They Drive the Train to Utopia?
On Jan. 15, New York Governor Andrew "King Kook" Cuomo instituted regulations that he called the “toughest gun control laws in the nation” (oh boy, that means they'll probably be twice as successful as Chicago). In response to welcoming offers from Constitution-minded states (MI, TX, OK, SC, AZ) that came in the wake of Pharaoh Cuomo's proclamation, Remington told the local Utica Observer Dispatch last week that it is now carefully examining its options regarding relocation.
The frantic United Mine Workers of America Local 717, the union that represents the Remington workers, rushed a letter to Cuomo’s office warning that the move would be absolutely “devastating” to state’s economically depressed Mohawk Valley region. The Remington factory has operated out of Ilion, N.Y., for nearly 200 years, and currently employs around 1,200 workers in the area.
Can't have it both ways, kooks. You once again must choose between misplaced, errant, anti-American emotions, and reality.
America does not have a gun problem. We have a violence problem. Yet another direct result of unbridled, undisciplined, anti-establishment, hippie-fied, broad path liberalism.