Malloy Gets Thumbs Up From NY Times On Gun Control

by Categorized: General Assembly, Gov. Dannel Malloy, Newtown Date:

In Today\’s Times:

He is right; Connecticut should be moving more swiftly. Unlike New York, which approved new gun control laws within weeks of the tragedy, Connecticut’s legislative leaders appointed a ponderous 52-member bipartisan commission that is still debating what to do. So Mr. Malloy deftly exploited a timely event — a local conference in Danbury on gun control, which included a speech by Vice President Joseph Biden Jr. last Thursday — to pressure the legislators

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5 thoughts on “Malloy Gets Thumbs Up From NY Times On Gun Control

  1. Connecticut is Dying Too

    Looks like Obamalloy got the NYT liberal stamp of approval.

    Connecticut is in big trouble.

  2. James

    Yes, and I will move as quickly to relocate my manufacturing business which supports our gun industry elsewere, providing much needed jobs in another state.

    1. Connecticut is Dying Too

      Can’t say I blame you James. Why support a state that doesn’t support your company?

      I will be joining you as soon as I am able.

  3. Mike

    You would expect that the NYT — a left wing rag– would support any type of legislation like NY passed in the dark of night with no open hearings or constituent input as long as it fit their convoluted view of American constitutional rights. Would be interesting to see their reaction to a state working in that same fashion to gut the first amendment rights of their industry.

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