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Bloomberg's chutzpah: Awesome, but NH isn't buying it
A week ago, Bloomberg's city lost seven dead from gunfire and more than two dozen shot in a 48-hour period. And this after New York State further "toughened" its gun-control laws, setting a seven-bullet limit on magazines, redefining what is an illegal "assault weapon" and requiring yet more gun registration.
Ayotte has been targetted (we hope the word offends Mayor Mike) for being the sole New England senator to vote against a useless but feel-good gun bill.
This time, it was a police chief, fitted out in so much braid and regalia he must have shopped at a Khadafy website.
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