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Connecticut Violent Criminal Support Act Passed

Early today Connecticut state senators voted 26 to 10 to disarm law abiding citizens. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is expected to sign the Violent Criminal Support Act into law later today.

Its nice to know that violent criminals can terrorize a state government into disarming its residents. I thought Americans didn't negotiate with terrorists.

It seems to me that Adam Lanza killed 27 people, himself and then somehow from the grave managed to kill Liberty as well. My heart goes out to all the good people of Connecticut who have been told that they don't get to be Americans anymore.

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Posted By: barstoolguru
04/04/13 08:22 AM

All those hearings and protests are a waste of time; they already had their minds made up. It was just a dog and pony show to appease the public. They might as well do what Cuomo did and back stabbed everyone.
Posted By: Jayson
04/04/13 09:00 PM

How often knee-jerk emotional reactions made without rational thought come back to haunt people. I don't think it will take long before they regret this
Posted By: Jason
04/04/13 09:20 PM

400 people are already regretting it.

Beretta, the worlds oldest weapons manufacturer, with a history of over 500 years has been run from the same town in Italy and has been owned by the same family. They carefully chose their United States home intent on having a similar history here.

Instead, the language of the law which makes it illegal for Beretta to import high capacity magazines or from warehousing or keeping these products, will force them out of the State. This will move 400 jobs and almost 4 million dollars in tax revenue per year out of Connecticut.

Notably, Beretta would be unable to make the standard issue sidearm of the United States Military, the Beretta M9, as long as they stay in Connecticut.