Thursday, October 23, 2008

Another Brady 'Paper'.


I love how they now claim that 59% support is 'not overwhelming' when they've previously claimed it was, but that was support for gun bans and not opposition to it. Then 67% becomes a 'solid majority'.

Words mean what they want them to.

They also show that 'FactCheck', even after 4 years, selectively chooses what it wants people to hear when it comes to the NRA by still only partially quoting Kennedy's speech calling for banning of various types of ammunition, notably where he calls civilian ownership of .223, 7.62 , and 30-30 'unconscionable'.

They also exclude the 'inconvenient fact' of the rest of the wording of the 2A "The right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed". But we all know that the Brady Legal Action Project director Dennis Henigan likes to forget the words "Of the People".

So much for being 'students of the Constitution and American History'.

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