Earmark for Remington

The New York State legislature is going to give Remington Arms 2 million dollars to keep them in New York.

In an attempt to show county commitment to keeping the Remington Arms plant in the village of Ilion, the Legislature on Wednesday authorized spending up to $2 million for future equipment purchases by the firearms manufacturer. The budgetary impact of the amount serves as sufficient proof of legislator loyalty.

You know, maybe if it wasn’t for the constant political risk to their business from both anti-gun politicians and New York State’s awful business climate, they wouldn’t have to bribe companies to stay.

2 thoughts on “Earmark for Remington”

  1. I’ll stay out of New York for free. As far as Remington, I think any federal, state or local dollars should come with the demand that they actually start producing some ammunition again.

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