Neither side in an argument can find the truth when both make an absolute claim on it.
its funny-you extreme lefties constantly challenge anyone's credentials who know more about a specific subject than you do and then you resort to this idiocy when you get schooled.
Unfortunately, there may be people out there who are unlearned in this subject and they need to know that one side of this issue is championed by people learned in this area while the other side is basically prosecuted by people who have no clue about guns, gun laws or anything else connected to this subject
really, here in Ohio a Bloomturd investigator had a fake OHIO ID he used to buy a FIREARM from someone outside of the bill goodman gun show in Sharonville Ohio.
In another case the "buyer" claimed he lived in Cincinnati when he lived outside the state
that is a violation of federal law
Fortunately this topic requires absolutely zero knowledge of firearms. The topic involves the legalities of what Bloomberg did, and up until now all efforts to establish that he broke even one law have been an epic FAIL.
you just are mad that you continue to make a fool of yourself with your ignorant posts
are you saying that bloomberg hired people in Ohio to work as investigators for him-GUESS WHAT-if he gave them money to buy the guns that is a violation as well
Here's how it works:
[Mayors Against Illegal Guns' efforts have spurred some change. In 2008, Wal-Mart signed the voluntary 10-point code of conduct MAIG developed for gun sellers. It includes videotaping the area of a store where guns are sold, setting up a computerized gun tracing and alert system, and performing background checks on its employees.
An Ohio gun show operator identified in MAIG's 2009 sting began offering police and federal firearms agents a free booth at his shows to strengthen background checks and help dealers recognize straw buyers, according to the Dayton Daily News.
MAIG claims on its website that "four out of the seven gun shows and venues" fingered in the 2009 investigation "have changed their practices."
Last edited by AdamT; 02-13-12 at 11:06 PM.