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Mayor Bloomberg ramped up his gun control rhetoric to a whole new level last night, saying he's surprised cops don't walk off their jobs until the public forces lawmakers to get guns off the streets. "I don't understand why police officers across this country don't stand up collectively and say we're going to go on strike, we're not going to protect you unless you, the public, through your legislature, do what's required to keep us safe," he told CNN's Piers Morgan.

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Supreme court has already made the determination that police aren't required to protect anything to begin with.

If they did do it (laughably implausible) I imagine it would have just the opposite effectr.
No police = people protecting themselves as they have the right to do = buy/use firearms *
In the grander scheme this would result in many questioning why they should bother taking police back on the job after they went on strike because they worked out for real that they could do it themselves.

F*** bloomberg
Deliberately trying to create victims to further his agenda

* he's going under the assumption that w/o police everyone will obey the letter of law, but criminals won't and will commit the crimes they would and do the things they do anyway regardless of police presence so somehow 'prove' we really, really, really need more cops not less and less guns not more. (and ironically would allow some the more thuggish police to go out and do the crimes they always wanted to but couldn't because of job restrictions)

Cops go on national strike, I'm going full on machine gun and IED and not ever even care if police go back on the job.
 

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Let them strike, gun ownership would skyrocket.
 

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If they go on strike, who will think of tbe children?
Aunt Nancy P. and Aunt Barbra B. of course we could not forget Unlces Chucky S. and Mikey B.
 

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I guess he doesn't realize he just gave everyone a reason to pause and ponder that statement. What will happen to me if the cops go on strike? Who will protect me? Guess, I need to go out and buy a few guns and 1000s of rounds of ammunition.

Bloomburg for gun salesman of the year.....
 

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If they did go on strike he would sue the union and everyone involved for breaking the Taylor law and then offer them their jobs back at a 50% cut in pay. The man is a POS who either doesn't know the laws of the city state and country or thinks he can lie to the people with impunity.

Today in the paper he was talking about back pay for city workers who have been without a contract for years, he said he's not going to pay for work that's already been done. He's a rich bitch who is completely out of touch with reality.

just in case anyone isn't familiar with the Taylor law
Taylor Law - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 
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