A teenager left his driver permit in jeans that went through the washing machine. For four months, he and his mother attempted to obtain from the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission a replacement permit. They were stonewalled. Then, on April 20, 2016, mom called in to Governor Christie on the “Ask the Governor” show, on New Jersey 101.5. Governor Christie said he would meet the frustrated teen and mom the next day at the South Plainfield Motor Vehicle Commission building. He did exactly that. Within four minutes on April 21, the teen had his replacement permit.
Mr. Governor, can you be of similar assistance for the thousands of law abiding New Jersey citizens thwarted and stonewalled regularly as they seek to exercise their Second Amendment rights? Ability to drive is a privilege. Constantly we're told that. But gun ownership is not a privilege; it is a right. The United States Constitution says so. So does the United States Supreme Court.
Mr. Governor, what will it take for you to use the power of your Office to allow our citizens to enjoy that right?
Allan Marain |
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