TRENTON, NEW JERSEY — Divorced from any semblance of reality, New Jersey lawmakers immediately moved to squash Governor Chris Christie’s call for gun reform in the state. Amazingly, these legislators then went on to pat each other on the back while literally condemning low-wage workers, employed in largely low income and high crime areas, to be victims. They did it with likely the idea that these people would do more harm to themselves or others — because in a Nanny State, that’s the kool-aid that gets passed around the New Jersey state senate.
via NJTV Online
“If these regulations were adopted, it would allow every cab driver, pizza delivery driver, Uber driver and anyone else living or working in a high-crime neighborhood to qualify for a firearm permit,” said Sen. Loretta Weinberg.
We’re not sure if she intentionally meant to say that these people don’t deserve their constitutional right to defend themselves or not, but that’s certainly what she said.
In New Jersey, citizens have to demonstrate a “justifiable need” to want to carry a permit. The Second Amendment doesn’t count. Governor Chris Christie made allusions he wanted to change that but the longer this drags on, the more it just looks …Read the Rest
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