"A Wisconsin company that disguises deadly firearms with bright paints and camouflage has a new target: Mayor Bloomberg.
Lauer Custom Weaponry, whose products were banned in the city in 2006 because they make dangerous guns look like innocent toys, is taunting the anti-gun mayor with a line of paints named "The Bloomberg Collection."
The company - which named its purple hue after Barney, the dinosaur beloved by toddlers - is peddling a rainbow of candy-colored paints for each of the five boroughs.
There's red for Manhattan, rose for the Bronx, blue for Brooklyn, green for Queens and orange for Staten Island.
And as an extra slap - a stencil of the mayor's face for the barrel of the gun.
Gun owners also can plunk down $129 for a "Bloomberg Collection EZ Camo Kit" to pimp out their semiautomatics and rifles with a brick wall and graffiti decoration.
It's no joke.
An outraged Bloomberg called gun-coloration kits "a tragedy in the making."
"Making a quick buck by coloring a handgun to look like a toy is craven and beneath any honest businessman," Bloomberg told the Daily News. "By coloring these guns, a real one looks like a toy, and a police officer won't be able to tell the difference."
So, instead of reporting upon the news, the liberal Yellowstream Media chooses to editorialize while not doing a scintilla of investigation.
For more decades that can be imagined, firearms have been stenciled, carved upon, painted, and even crayola'd, but since NY's commie mayor thinks it makes them look too much like firearms that have been stenciled, carved upon, painted and even crayola'd, the Yellowstreamers take HIS word for it and pay little mind to what we the people have to say.
The First Amendment was supposed to assure us that there'd forever be a bulldog press, eager to take verbal arms against an intruding government.
Pretty much all they do now is pimp for Hollywood and whatever the democrats believe to be of importance.
But since this is the NEW MEDIA, screw the Jurassic Press and mega-kudos to Lauer Custom Weaponry.
Can't say I've sampled any of their wares, but they'll be the FIRST one I go to when such products are on my to-buy list.