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Are you as obsessed with the 2nd as to vote down a candidate who's 60% pro-gun and has wonderful track record and has a lot of promise for the state or the country?
Anyone who says I can defend myself from an intruder with lethal force when I need to earns some points with me.
Also, remember that he was a Democrat. He might be too liberal on his other issues to run as a Republican, so he has to vote to keep his constituents happy. Maybe he voted for anti-gun legislation that he knew wouldn't pass anyways? That we he's not restricting anyone's rights, but when the DNC asks him about it he can still say "I voted for the gun control."
Originally posted by TheAssociate
If there's a a candidate with a higher percentage, absolutely. I prefer not to have to "roll the dice" when it comes to the bill of rights, but maybe that's just me.TA