From Arturo Sarukhan, Mexican Ambassador to the United States:
â€œThere is an urban myth out there that somehow the Mexican government … is seeking to lobby against and destroy the rights enshrined in the Second Amendment,â€ said AmbassadorÂ Arturo Sarukhan. â€œThis isÂ gobbledygook.â€
So I guess this is a figment of my imagination then. I have to hand it to the Mexican Ambassador, I don’t know if he’s gotten lessons from the gun control people in this country in talking out of both sides of the mouth, but if not he would seem to be a natural at it. Next he’ll be telling us we must destroy the Second Amendment in order to save it.
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They have a right to keep and bear arms too. From their vantage point you can ban almost all types of guns and only have one gun dealer in the whole nation, and it still respects the Second Amendment.
“Next heâ€™ll be telling us we must destroy the Second Amendment in order to save it.”
It wouldn’t surprise me. I’ve heard that argument from a few American gun controllers. Namely something like, “If you accept a ban on xyz today, it will reduce Gundeaths and keep us from coming for abc tomorrow.”
Amusing. I wonder if Sarukhan really thinks that no Americans read Progreso, El Diaro, Tiempo, and other Mexican media.
In reality, the Calderon regime believes Los Estados should have the same laws they have. To keep violence down, of course.
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