An outspoken Long Island gun owner's home was raided by Nassau County detectives, who seized two dozen weapons he lawfully owns just one day after Rep. Carolyn McCarthy's office made a 911 call about him.
Freeport resident Gabriel Razzano claims he was targeted in the spring raid for his "unpopular" political beliefs.
He's now filed a $5 million federal lawsuit against the Nassau PD and McCarthy, charging they joined forces to strip him of his guns unconstitutionally.
Amazing coincidence he had his guns legally registered. Who would have ever guessed the police would use that information to confiscate them?
I hope this guy wipes the floor with that @%&$
"This year will go down in history. For the first time, a civilized nation has full gun registration. Our streets will be safer, our police more efficient, and the world will follow our lead into the future!"
Long Island? New York is oldest and most of blatant of blasphemers that continues to ignore the people's rights. No surprise here, and we shall see similar illegal suppression of citizen's rights in Chicago, as Illinois is another insane state, and the horror of the Daleys continue.
The good news? These populace states are outnumbered by almost all other states, where gun rights are concerned. The lesson here? Where people are packed together, they are more easyily hearded, like cattle and sheep.
The mayor Daleys of this world need to be eradicated, for they serve only themselves.
One way would be to move away from such large population areas, thus destoying their tax base. Dream on - the wild west will fight to keep big city refugees from diluting the natural environment. Is it just too late to fight big government, when those whom oppose it initially discourage the movement from cities to more remote environments?
Actually, yes, I think it is too late. The self sufficient farming culture that brougt this nation to it's greatest summit, has died, been sold off; first here to big corporations, then overseas.
We can no longer feed ourselves, so the end to Western Civilization is all but guaranteed.
The prognosis for Easter philosopies is not a whole lot better. China is already overburdened. Can they feed their own, much less all those that owe them money? One cannot eat paper money, or gold, even.
This planet is in serious trouble, brougth on by its human virus, which, unfortunately is not killing each other with suffucient rapidity to avoid total destruction, even if some boulder from heaven starts the life cycle again, unexpectedly.
We humans scurry around attending to our own short-sited needs, while the future comes with devistating certainity, and we silly little ants continue to crawl after the scent of money, riches, pork chops, and pop cycles.
Ending rant, for now - to be continued if the world lasts past tomorrow, or Thursday ....