I applaud him for having the balls to admit he was wrong for voting so hastily. That being said, he and others that voted for SAFE still need to go. This cost me $$$$$ and cause a lot angst. I won't forget who's who in this mess and I'm going to be sure that everyone I know knows it regardless of whether they are pro or anti gun. Our representatives either can't or won't take the time to read what they vote for. We need more mental capacity than that. I wouldn't accept that behavior from a first grader.All it means is that he has taken a $*** load of heat over his vote and he is trying to save face with the enormous backlash he is getting in Suffolk. Now he see's the err of his ways??????? He is only the first one to publically come out and say it, I'm sure there will be more!
Want to help, send him a email and thank him, ask him to pressure the Suffolk County Legislature to pass a Resolution against the NY Safe Act. If he truely had a change of heart and wants to keep his job he better become the poster boy for 2A rights!
If Suffolk passed a Resolution it would tip NYS Counties past 50%
Yup. And no, he isn't on our side. If he were, it would have been from the beginning when he would have realized that, no, there is no need for a message of necessity and moved to reject it. Or at the very least, voted no. He should still lose his seat.Really? I mean I am glad he is on our side now, but... To me it feels like this guy decided to blow up my house, but has since changed his mind and decided to donate a 2x4 to help rebuild. I know its a strange comparison but that's how I see it.
[email protected]hey people..the dude is publicly stating he made a mistake. Now looking at this practically, I say we all email him to push an anti safeAct resolution for Suffolk Co. so we can add that county in the green. One more senator on our side no matter what his mistakes or motives are, is more ammo to paint the map the color we want. What say you?
Lets put him to the test shall we?
Maybe so. So how do you propose repealing SafeAct if all are intolerant of anyone changing their mind? There is going to have to be a lot of mind changing to repeal. We should show support for their decision as a political move.Absolutely Best News to Date.
I've been saying this for weeks now. They are second guessing their vote amongst themselves.
The repercussions are beyond what they expected (they expected some backlash) and where willing to accept a degree of "political collateral damage" but they had no idea the people would rise against them in such force.
I've been writing my county representatives and putting pressure on them so they in-turn put pressure on the State Representatives. Basically I'm implying they have a major problem within their republican party due to a loss of a huge block off voters.
Too bad, he dug his grave and in my eyes he's nothing but a politcial whore who sold his sole to King Cuomo.
Once a commie always a commie
I doubt this law will be repealed. I'd love to see that happen, but I don't think it will.Maybe so. So how do you propose repealing SafeAct if all are intolerant of anyone changing their mind? There is going to have to be a lot of mind changing to repeal. We should show support for their decision as a political move.