NJ2AS President Interviewed By NJ Today’s Mike Schneider

New Jersey Second Amendment Society
New Jersey Second Amendment Society

MANAHAWKIN, New Jersey –-(Ammoland.com)- NJ2AS President Frank Fiamingo had the opportunity to sit down for an interview on February 27 2013 with Mike Schneider of NJ Today to discuss the 22 freedom limiting measures that recently passed through the NJ Assembly.

During the almost 6 minute long interview, Fiamingo was asked a series of questions about a few of the bills specifically. The interview can be viewed on the NJ Today web page, http://tiny.cc/79y7sw .

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  • 2 thoughts on “NJ2AS President Interviewed By NJ Today’s Mike Schneider

    1. I thought the weapon used in the Massacre in Connecticut was a pistol and not an AR rifle. I thought the rifle was left in the car. Why is there so much focus on the rifle?

    2. No one in his/her right mind wants to see anyone (men, women, children) harmed in any way especially by firearms and if any of the gun legislation passed by New Jersey’s General Assembly were to measurably increase the safety of the citizens of New Jersey I would have gone to Trenton to cheer the results. This I cannot do because none of the gun laws passed and sent to the State Senate meet this requirement. They just don’t. I was in Trenton to observe the NJ Law and Public Safety Committee’s “hearings” on the 20+ anti-gun, anti Second Amendment bills submitted for consideration. I heard many lucid and reasonable comments against the pending legislation. These comments fell on deaf ears as I knew they would. The General Assembly rubber stamped the NJ Law and Public Safety committee’s recommendations and the vote was along party lines. The Democrats in the New Jersey GA seemed more in a rush to catch up to New York State in passing the most useless legislation I have ever read than to craft laws that would benefit the citizens who elected them. If this is an example of how politics work at the state level then New Jersey is in deep trouble. We elect these people to be leaders and create rational and well researched laws that increase our safety without unduly restricting our freedoms derived from the US Constitution. Yet, from what I have observed first hand, our so-called leaders are, in reality, simply weather vanes that are constantly changing with the changing winds whipped up by emotional tides. There are no legislative leaders in Trenton (or Washington DC for that matter) just legislative lemmings that willingly follow one another over the edge when important matters requiring rational thinking come across their desks.

      Now, I have lived long enough and have seen enough that I no longer begrudge politicians for being politicians any more then I begrudge some rats from being vermin; it’s the nature of the beast. But it is time for us to work against the re-election of these people who have become so cavalier with our Second Amendment rights and work to drive them from office this coming election season (yeah, season: they are the bunters and we are the game). Even if those errant politicians are not from our district their vote affects us none the less. It is our duty, as citizens, to use our time and energy to demonstrate our distrust of their judgment and make them unemployed in January.

      BTW, I admit there are some rats that provide a service to us in the field of medicine but they are usually tortured and killed in the process.

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