Don’t Sell Us Out On The 2nd Amendment, Republicans, Or You’ll Be Sorry

Eric Cantor 2 SC Don’t sell us out on the 2nd Amendment, Republicans, or you’ll be sorry

The Republicans in Congress look like they are about to sell us out on the question of protecting the Second Amendment. The way they took a dive off the “fiscal cliff” gives us an idea of what they will probably do when confronted with Barack Obama’s fearsome attacks on gun ownership. They won’t listen to us. They will jump as high as the media and Obama tell them to and count themselves lucky if they aren’t singled out as a Hillbilly and an ogre for opposing “common sense” gun control.

According to a newly released report, based on the results of a major sampling of conservatives–the kind of people who vote in Republican primaries–if this scenario plays out, many Republicans might be in for a rude awakening.

The survey on attitudes toward the Second Amendment was conducted by The Blaze, a website run by Glenn Beck.  The 106 questions it posed made it a very extensive probe of the issue.   It drew almost 5 million responses from almost 3 million people. Not surprisingly, 100% believe that owning a gun is a right.

Of direct importance to Republicans: 85% are over 34 years old, and four of five are homeowners. Furthermore, 78% are parents, three of four are married, and almost 75% are veterans or have a family connection to our military. Over seven in ten are males, and nearly two in three are gun owners themselves.

The level of interest in protecting the right to own guns is so high among these very likely Republican primary voters that when given a chance, they contributed 86 questions that were pointed enough to be added to the survey.

There is little chance that the media will take note of this data because it doesn’t fit into their template. They have used fake “polls” to lie and tell us that people want gun control. They have made their position abundantly clear by even publishing the home addresses of licensed, honest gun owners.

Nevertheless, liberal journalists don’t run in Republican primaries. Those who do, or realize they could, ought to take note of this message from the Republican base.

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5 comments to Don’t Sell Us Out On The 2nd Amendment, Republicans, Or You’ll Be Sorry

  • Bloodless Coup

    WHILE KING OBAMA WAS SAYING…BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR THEE BUT NOT FOR ME….

    RUSH LIMBAUGH HAD A GREAT IDEA WHOSE TIME HAS COME…

    IT'S TIME FOR OBAMA TO UNDERGO A REAL BACKGROUND CHECK!!!

    A RIGOROUS AND THOROUGH BACKGROUND CHECK ON BARACK HUSSIEN OBAMA (IF THAT IS EVEN HIS REAL NAME) IS LONG OVER DUE!!!

    IT'S TIME FOR THE POSEUR AND CHIEF TO LEAD BY EXAMPLE!!!

    IT IS TIME FOR BARACK HUSSIEN OBAMA TO VOLUNTARILY SUBJECT HIMSELF TO AN EXTENSIVE AND INTENSIVE BACK GROUND CHECK!

    THIS MEAN 'WE THE PEOPLE' WANT TO EXAMINE ALL OF BARACK HUSSIEN OBAMA'S SEALED RECORDS (INCLUDING HIS MEDICAL OR MENTAL HEALTH RECORDS) VERY, VERY, VERY CLOSELY!!!

    AND LEAVE NO STONE UNTURNED!!!

    NO TAX PAYING, LAW ABIDING AMERICAN CITIZEN SHOULD HAVE TO SUBMIT THEMSELVES TO A GOVERNMENT BACKGROUND CHECK UNTIL BARACK HUSSIEN OBAMA (AGAIN I AM ASSUMMING THAT IS HIS REAL NAME) DOES SO FIRST!!!

  • David M Burns

    it's going to taake much more than commenting on this site! you are going to have to get out and sign ALL petitions and write letters, or faxes or make phone calls to keep that cockroach in washington in line> posting something here will do no good except make you feel good!

  • Dan Stewart

    Time for a third party, the establishment repubs are almost as bad as the dumbocrats. The time to start a third party is now, NOT 6 weeks before an election. At the very least, it may scare the repubs enough to make them grow a set.

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