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Are You Sure Senator?

Apparently Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) is inserting himself into the Mary McFate controversy.

Although the NRA and I certainly have had our disagreements over the years, I hope that we can agree that the gun violence prevention debate should be based upon an open and honest exchange of ideas, not on underhanded tactics.

I question whether the Senator really understands what he’s asking for here.  There’s been very little that’s honest about gun control organizations, which is why they don’t want to have an “open an honest” conversation about the matter.  Otherwise how can they take bloggers out of context, mislead the public about the nature of firearms, firearms owners, the NRA, and the second amendment. Would you like to have an open and honest discussion in public about the nature of the “Terrorist Watch List” that you want use to deny Americans fundamental rights?

We’re completely willing to have an open and honest exchange of ideas, Senator.  Are you sure your allies in the gun control movement are willing to do that?

12 Responses to “Are You Sure Senator?”

  1. That’s a rhetorical question, right? ;-)

    III

  2. ATL says:

    “Although the NRA and I certainly have had our disagreements over the years, I hope that we can agree that the gun violence prevention debate should be based upon an open and honest exchange of ideas, not on underhanded tactics.”

    Ok, this is a joke, right? Where’s the camera?

  3. Jim W says:

    Isn’t he the cocksucker that got misdemeanor domestic violence snuck into a 1997 crime bill?

  4. Jim W says:

    Er, adding it to the prohibited persons list.

  5. cmblake6 says:

    Come on now! We’re speaking of the LEFT, and their definition of “what IS is”.

  6. CemeteryCAS says:

    After reading that article, I ask, why do I have a feeling Lautenberg is gonna push for some sort of Congressional inquiry…………

    Love his list of demands btw……….

  7. illspirit says:

    Mmm.. Sounds like a witch hunt to me. So, yea, what will they do if a bunch of us write or call Lautenberg’s office and say ‘hi, I’m an NRA member, and I “spy” on gun banners’ or some such? Think he’ll subpoena all of us?

  8. Carl in Chicago says:

    Good grief these folks are milking this for more than it’s worth! Did the woman commit any crimes? Was the NRA paying her to commit these crimes or otherwise endorse criminal behavior? The answer, quite obviously, is no.

    So why all the attention?

    This is the best that the gun control movement has at this time.

  9. Jay says:

    “Open and honest exchange of ideas” is something that does not exist in Frank Lautenberg’s world. The man is a tool.

  10. cmblake6 says:

    A pox upon him and his ilk.

  11. Don says:

    If it were not for an “underhanded tactic”, New Jersey Democrat Frank Lautenberg would not even be in the Senate office he holds now.

    Back in 2002, when the corrupt slimeball Democrat Bob Torricelli had to withdraw his candidacy for reelection in shame as the word got out about how much illegal money and gifts he had accepted from businessman David Chang, the Democrats in New Jersey illegally put Frank Lautenberg in Torricelli’s place, despite what state election laws said in regards to the deadline for ballot name changes prior to election day.

    Ultimately, this inconvenient law did not matter to the Democrats in New Jersey, since the New Jersey Supreme Court, which was controlled by Democrat judges then and still is now, unanimously upheld the ballot name change from Torricelli’s to Lautenberg’s when the New Jersey Republicans challenged it in the courts. The U.S. Supreme Court declined to take up the case on appeal, which paved the way for Frank Lautenberg to defeat his Republican challenger, Doug Forrester by just 10% of the vote.

  12. cmblake6 says:

    Realizing, of course, that the NJ/NY area is controlled by the demoncraps, and the demoncraps are beholden to “the mob”, and you can “fix” almost anything if you’ve got “people in the right places”, I wonder why the FBI, etc, haven’t come down on the organized crime so blatantly obviously in control OF that area/those states. This is blatant RICO prosecution territory.

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