December 22, 2012

Wayne LaPierre/ NRA Response to the School Tragedy

This half hour video is worth watching, especially if you have children and/or value the well being of America’s children, who are our country’s future.

Showing consideration for the families of the young people who were killed by Adam Lanza, the NRA waited, allowing them time to mourn their losses, something Obama, Feinstein and the rest of the anti 2nd Amendment crowd did not do, instead jumping in immediately to make a political issue out of the tragic mass murder.

But then, those people are liberals, so what can we expect, right?

The video is here.

On another, related note, speaking of the usual anti-gun suspects:

Mayor Michael Bloomberg may have risen to become the country’s chief critic of lax firearm laws, but on his weekly radio show, he argued that has nothing to do with the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Indeed, Mr. Bloomberg claimed to be the strongest defender of the Second Amendment around.

“I don’t think there’s anybody that’s defended the Second Amendment as much as I have, Ray,” Mr. Bloomberg said to a caller who asked him why he was “so against” the constitutional passage . “I think you have a perfect right to buy weapons and keep them for protection or for sport. We have tried to make sure that you have it. The Supreme Court says that there are–consistent with the Second Amendment–you can have reasonable restrictions, so, for example, you can’t buy a nuclear-tipped weapon.”

The mayor also offered some possible interpretations of the Second Amendment that differ from those espoused by gun rights advocates.

Right, yeah, sure….

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