Wednesday, June 06, 2007

A bit big for their britches...

SayUncle has been following Michael Bloomberg's constant attempts to poke his nose where it doesn't belong; a habit of Bloomberg's that has been drawing fire from national gun rights organizations.

According to Snowflakes In Hell, America now has two mayors, as Boss Daley of the Chicago Machine has decided that he can attempt to dictate policy to the rest of the nation.

One Question: Where do these yankee busybodies get off thinking that their writ extends six inches past the nearest City Limits sign?

8 comments:

Rob said...

Daley and Bloomberg are kings of modern city-states like Carthage or Rome. The largest part of the populations of New York and Illinois live in NYC/Chicago so they control policy for their entire states. I love the fact that here in Indiana, we have some of the laxest gun laws and butt right up against Chicago.

Don Gwinn said...

On behalf of Illinois, I apologize for the existence of Dick Daley.
Sorry, guys.

Anonymous said...

You need to get onto the mayor of Knoxville for his participation in Bloomberg's anti-gun coalition.

Old Blind Dog said...

Where do these yankee busybodies get off thinking that their writ extends six inches past the nearest City Limits sign?

The year 1861 comes to mind....

Anonymous said...

Hey now... New York has been trying to annex everything west of the Connecticut river since before independance. After 244 years of pathetic attempts, most of us in the real New England states can laugh about them.

Gewehr98 said...

Nice to see it turned into a Yankee/Confederate thing.

(Like there aren't any anti-gun politicians South of the Mason-Dixon line...)

Tam said...

I can't speak for anybody else, but I referred to them as "yankee busybodies" because "West Coast busybodies", "Texan busybodies", "Floridian busybodies", "Cajun busybodies", or "Nashville busybodies" would have been technically incorrect.

Anonymous said...

(Like there aren't any anti-gun politicians South of the Mason-Dixon line...)


Indeed a few. How many yankee anti-gun politicians are there?