March 17, 2014


At a March 13th town hall meeting at John Barry Elemetary School in Meriden, Connecticut, Governor Dannel P. Malloy (D) told a gun owner that he had lost and control advocates had won.

Malloy made this statement in response to questions about the constitutionality of the gun laws he signed into law in 2013.

Malloy said: "We have courts in this country. We have a legislative branch, we have an executive branch, and we have courts. Courts are where the constitutionality of things are decided."

He looked at the gun owner and added: "You've thrown that term, [constitutionality], around a little bit, [but the laws] have gone to the court and guess what? You lost."
Malloy added: "So what the legislature did has been ruled to be appropriate."

Last time I checked "appropriate" does not mean constitutional or legal. Also, Governor you have won nothing but the spite and anger of your constituents. Unconstitutional laws are not legal and the people will disregard them, like the many hundreds of thousands who have already.


Post a Comment

Subscribe to RSS Feed Follow me on Twitter!