Oct 5, 2014

Does Your Candidate or Incumbent Support the NRA?

A message from NRAILA
In the past, NRA has detailed the tendency of mainstream media “fact checkers” to skew information to support a particular viewpoint or agenda. This tradition continued this week as the Tampa Bay Times’ PolitiFact and the Washington Post’s Fact Checker both took issue with an NRA ad running against Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu. The ad correctly states that “Mary Landrieu voted to take away your gun rights,” following images of a mother at home with a child during a break-in. The two fact-checking outfits seized on the statement and deemed it false, giving it their lowest ratings. …
It is ironic that these two media outlets would presume to decide what constitutes a gun right or its taking, considering that their editorial boards reacted with disbelief to the notion that the U.S. Constitution protects an individual right to keep and bear firearms at all. In a 2002 editorial complaining about Attorney General John Ashcroft’s endorsement of the proper interpretation of the Second Amendment, titled, “Ashcroft becomes what we feared,” the Tampa Bay Times (then the St. Petersburg Times) lamented, “[f]or at least six decades, the Justice Department has interpreted the Second Amendment’s right to bear arms as pertaining to a state-organized militia. Not anymore.” Following the 2008 Heller Supreme Court decision recognizing an individual right to keep and bear arms, the Post ran an editorial with a title calling the ruling “misguided.” Refusing to yield to reality, it groused that “Justice Antonin Scalia, writing for the majority, concluded that the amendment guarantees a right to bear arms for private use, such as self-defense, although nowhere is that explicitly mentioned in the Constitution.” Statements like these show that PolitiFact’s and the Post’s definitions of gun rights, or what might be considered an infringement of them, exists against the backdrop of an established record of Second Amendment denial.

Kimberly Weeks is a survivor of violent crime, standing against the anti-gun billionaire,
Michael Bloomberg, and his gun control efforts who can afford hired armed protection. 

Bloomberg also wants to control more than the right to keep and bear arms, he has headed a crusade against what people have the right to eat and drink certain products on the public market. 
The following video was produced in 2011, but the message remains as fresh today - Patriot Guard Riders ...
We need to only look at our allies in the United Kingdom whose judiciary is being subverted by Islamic immigrants who expect English law conform to the law from whence they came to see what happens with liberal laws and firearm bans and confiscation. It also has to do with the right for people, any people, to self-defense. The same people who want law abiding citizens firearms for protection are persecuted more than the criminal element that exists ...

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