A predictable reaction from Twitter's darker corners.
The president and vice-president unveiled their plan today, including 23 executive actions.
The governor had said he didn't want people stocking up.
"Are the president's kids more important than yours?"
Fewer than Reagan. Fewer than Bush. And the other Bush.
The State Assembly approves the bill; Cuomo to sign quickly.
The White House recognizes the political difficulties but is determined to do something.
Senate passed the bill 43 to 18.
New York is poised to act this week.
“Somebody got them the way they are now,” he says. “Why can’t you change them?”
Or perhaps it was just a coincidence.
Because that would be a big waste of time.
The question was on whether violent films inspire real-life violence.
"We will not allow law-abiding gun owners to be blamed for the acts of criminals and madmen."
Albany is close to a deal, and gun advocates are mobilizing.
Jay Carney finally responded to the petition asking for it.
"The president is going to act."
He made the morning-show rounds, but mostly avoided the issue.
He hopes to be among the first to pass new laws post-Sandy Hook.