I’ll tell you about one of the other states on that list.
I’ve lived in Maine for over twenty years, and the 2nd Amendment is as popular here as it is in Texas.
Sure, we have our moonbats,(as does Texas), especially in southern Maine and in some of the affluent communities in northern coastal Maine, but from what I’ve seen here, people are armed to the teeth and they aren’t going to give up their guns. No way, no how. Hunting and firearms are very popular in this mostly rural state.
Plus, we have a conservative TEA Party guy as governor, Paul LePage. He has appeared at Second Amendment rallies and has said that as long as he is governor, he will protect the Second Amendment. The governor has also stated that he has a conceal carry permit. Gov. LePage has a history of not taking any crap from democrats.
Our two U.S. Senators, however, are a problem. Susan Collins is up for re-election in 2014, and she is shaky on gun rights.
Angus King, our so-called “Independent” senator, is a lib. He took money from Bloomberg during last year’s senate campaign, and recently he’s been visiting Maine high schools expressing his support for “universal background checks.” Olympia Snowe was no conservative, but her replacement, Angus King, is worse.
I hope the NRA starts to air their own ads. At the very least, the powers that be should remove the make and model of the firearm from any background check, as well as the serial number.
Against the law to remove serial numbers. LOL! I know what you mean. No registration means we get to keep what’s ours. That’s pretty odd huh? Getting to keep what you worked for and paid for. It’s almost anti-radical left wing extremist demokkkrat scumbag kind of thinking. Keep thinkin’ that way.
Thanks for the info about Maine.
I knew a little bit about the Senators, but not about the strong support for 2nd Amendment.
The only effective ad would be to have female victims describe how they successfully fought off attackers or home invasions with a gun. Liberals won't listen to facts, only emotions.