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    Is Harry Reid pro-gun or anti-gun?

    Is Harry Reid pro-gun or anti-gun?



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    Nevada Senator Harry Reid claims to be a defender of the Second Amendment. Is that really the case? You decide. Here is a list of votes he has cast over the past twenty years in the U.S. Senate:
    1. June 28, 1991—Voted for a 5 day waiting period for handgun purchases (Vote No. 115).
    2. November 19, 1993—Voted to eliminate the five-year sunset in the Brady Bill's five day waiting period, which would have made the waiting period permanent (Vote No. 386).
    3. November 19, 1993—Voted to end a filibuster led by pro-gun Senators against the Brady Bill (Vote No. 387).
    4. November 20, 1993—Voted for the Brady Bill, which imposed a 5-day waiting period before purchasing a handgun (Vote No. 394).
    5. August 25, 1994—Voted to end a filibuster led by pro-gun Senators against the Clinton Crime Bill, which contained the ban on many semi-automatic firearms (the so-called "assualt weapons ban; Vote No. 294).
    6. August 25, 1994—Voted for the Clinton Crime Bill, which contained the ban on many semi-automatic firearms (the so-called "assault weapons" ban; Vote No. 295).
    7. April 17, 1996—Voted to expand the statute of limitations for paperwork violations in the National Firearms Act from 3 years to 5 years (Vote No. 64).
    8. June 27, 1996—Voted to destroy 176,000 M-1 Garand rifles from World War II, and 150 million rounds of .30 caliber ammunition, rather than giving them to the Federal Civilian Marksmanship program (Vote No. 178).
    9. September 12, 1996—Voted to spend $21.5 million for a study on putting "taggants" in black and smokeless gunpowder (Vote No. 287).
    10. September 12, 1996—Voted to make it a Federal crime to possess a gun within 1,000 feet of any school, private or public, and impose a 5-year prison sentence for violating the law (Vote No. 290).
    11. July 28, 1998—Voted against killing an amendment offered by Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA) to prohibit the importation of firearm magazines holding over 10 rounds that were manufactured before the 1994 ban was enacted (Vote No. 240).
    12. May 12, 1999—Voted to ban the private sales of firearms at gun shows unless buyers submitted to background registration checks. Draconian restrictions would have also been imposed on gun show promoters, expanding federal authority in this area (Vote No. 111).
    13. May 13, 1999—Voted to ban the importation of ammunition magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds (Vote No. 116).
    14. May 14, 1999—Voted for an amendment introduced by Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) that would regulate the transfer of firearms over the Internet (Vote No. 119).
    15. May 18, 1999—Voted for an amendment to force gun sellers to include trigger locks with every handgun sold (Vote No. 122).
    16. May 20, 1999—Voted for legislation to subject repair shop and pawn shop transactions to the same registration and background check requirements as purchases from dealers—even if a person was reclaiming his own firearm (Vote No. 133).
    17. May 20, 1999—Voted for an amendment offered by Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) that would ban private sales at gun shows, unless the buyer first submits to a background registration check. Even displaying a firearm at a gun show, and subsequently transferring that gun to a non-licensee, would result in a two-year prison sentence. The amendment would also have granted BATF open-ended inspection authority to harass vendors at gun shows, and explicitly gives BATF the right to keep a gun owner registration list for up to 90 days. This amendment passed 51-50, with Vice President Al Gore breaking the tie (Vote No. 134).
    18. May 20, 1999—Voted for the Clinton Juvenile Justice bill, which contained a host of gun control provisions (Vote No. 140).
    19. July 28, 1999—Voted to end a filibuster on the Clinton Juvenile Justice bill. The filibuster was led by Sen. Bib Smith (R-NH) because of concerns with the gun control provisions in the bill (Vote No. 224).
    20. February 2, 2000—Voted for an amendment offered by Sens. Carl Levin (D-MI) and Charles Schumer (D-NY) to help the cities bring frivolous suits against gun makers (Vote No. 4).
    21. March 2, 2000—Voted for an amendment offered by Sens. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and Charles Schumer (D-NY) blaming school violence on the fact that Congress "failed to pass reasonable, common-sense gun control measures" and call for new gun ownership restrictions on the anniversary of the Columbine shootings (Vote No. 28).
    22. March 2, 2000—Voted to use Federal taxpayer funds to hand out anti-gun literature in schools and to run anti-gun public service announcements (Vote No. 32).
    23. April 6, 2000—Voted for and cosponsored a "sense of the Senate" amendment urging the passage of new gun control restrictions (Vote No. 64).
    24. March 2, 2000—Voted for an amendment offered by Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) urging the passage of the ant-gun juvenile crime bill being opposed by GOA (Vote No. 28).
    25. April 10, 2000—Voted for a non-binding amendment offered by Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) urging the House-Senate conferees to get the juvenile anti-gun bill to the floor of each chamber by April 20 (Vote No. 64).
    26. May 17, 2000—Voted with 29 other F-rated Senators against an amendment stating "the right of each law-abiding United States citizen to own a firearm for any legitimate purpose, including self-defense or recreation, should not be infringed." (Vote No. 103).
    27. May 17, 2000—Voted for a resolution praising the participants of the so-called Million Mom March, and calling on Congress to pass the anti-gun juvenile crime bill that GOA was fighting (Vote No. 104).
    28. April 2, 2001—Voted for the Incumbent Protection Act, so-called campaign finance reform (Vote No. 64).
    29. March 20, 2002—Voted to end a filibuster of the odious Incumbent Protection bill. The blatantly unconstitutional legislation squelches the voice of groups like Gun Owners of America in the final days before an election. By making it difficult, if not impossible, for groups to criticize the anti-gun actions of legislators prior to an election, incumbents are able to duck accountability for those actions (Vote No. 53).
    30. February 26, 2004—Voted for an amendment to require all handgun purchasers to pay an implicit "gun tax" by requiring them to buy a trigger lock when they purchase their handgun, irrespective of need. In addition, the amendment would create a broad cause of action against gun owners who fail to actually use the storage device to lock up their firearms (Vote No. 17).
    31. March 2, 2004—Voted to outlaw the private sale of firearms at gun shows unless the buyer agrees to submit to an FBI background registration check. This legislative would have effectively eliminated gun shows because of stringent requirements placed on event sponsors (Vote No. 25).
    32. July 28, 2005—Voted for an amendment to require all handgun purchasers to pay an implicit "gun tax" by requiring them to buy a trigger lock when they purchase their handgun, irrespective of need (Vote No. 207).
    33. September 29, 2005—Voted against John Roberts for Supreme Court Justice. Roberts' record and testimony to the Senate show that he is strong advocate for Second Amendment rights. Had Reid's position prevailed on this vote, the 5-4 decisions in Heller and McDonald could have gone the other way (Vote No. 245).
    34. January 18, 2007—Voted against an amendment to strike language in a bill that would infringe upon the free speech rights of groups like GOA by requiring them to monitor and report on communications with members, and could easily have led to government demands for organizational membership list (a.k.a. registration) (Vote No. 17).
    35. January 31, 2006—Voted against Samuel Alito for Supreme Court Justice. Justice Alito's record and testimony to the Senate show that he is strong advocate for Second Amendment rights. Had Reid's position prevailed on this vote, the 5-4 decisions in Heller and McDonald could have gone the other way (Vote No. 2) .
    36. February 2, 2009—Voted to confirm Eric Holder as Attorney General. Holder was an anti-Second Amendment official for the Clinton administration, and has called for a renewal of the Clinton gun ban (Vote No. 32).
    37. March 19, 2009—Voted to massively expand the amount of land covered by the National Parks gun ban. As Majority Leader, Reid frustrated the efforts of pro-gun Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) for more than a year to repeal the gun ban. Sen. Coburn's position ultimately prevailed after overcoming Reid's opposition later in 2009 (Vote No. 106).
    38. June 25, 2009—Voted to confirm Harold Koh as Legal Advisor to the Department of State. GOA warned all Senators that Koh is a radical globalist pushing for worldwide gun control regulation, including the UN Treaty on Small Arms (Vote No. 213).
    39. August 6, 2009—Voted to confirm Sonya Sotomayor as Supreme Court Justice. GOA warned all Senators that Judge Sotomayor's record on gun rights was one of hostility to the Second Amendment, which was born out in her dissent in the McDonald decision (Vote No. 262).
    40. September 9, 2009—Voted to confirm Cass Sunstein as Administrator of Regulatory Affairs (Regulatory Czar). GOA notified all Senators that Cass Sunstein is a radical leftist who would like to ban hunting and give animals some of the same rights as humans in the courtroom (Vote No. 273).
    41. December 24, 2009—Reid used his position as Majority Leader to pass the ObamaCare legislation. This bill will allow the BATFE and FBI to troll through the ObamaCare database for gun owners who would be disqualified because of their medical information (Vote No. 396).
    42. HARRY REID WILL CONTINUE TO VOTE AGAINST GUNS UNTIL HE IS DEFEATED!


    Is Harry Reid pro-gun or anti-gun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    Is Harry Reid pro-gun or anti-gun?

    Nevada Senator Harry Reid claims to be a defender of the Second Amendment. Is that really the case? Here is a list of votes he has cast over the past twenty years in the U.S. Senate:

    1. December 24, 2009—Reid used his position as Majority Leader to pass the ObamaCare legislation. This bill will allow the BATFE and FBI to troll through the ObamaCare database for gun owners who would be disqualified because of their medical information.

    2. September 9, 2009—Voted to confirm Cass Sunstein as Administrator of Regulatory Affairs (Regulatory Czar). GOA notified all Senators that Cass Sunstein is a radical leftist who would like to ban hunting and give animals some of the same rights as humans in the courtroom.

    3. August 6, 2009—Voted to confirm Sonya Sotomayor as Supreme Court Justice. GOA warned all Senators that Judge Sotomayor's record on gun rights was one of hostility to the Second Amendment, which was born out in her dissent in the McDonald decision.

    4. June 25, 2009—Voted to confirm Harold Koh as Legal Advisor to the Department of State. GOA warned all Senators that Koh is a radical globalist pushing for worldwide gun control regulation, including the UN Treaty on Small Arms.

    5. March 19, 2009—Voted to massively expand the amount of land covered by the National Parks gun ban. As Majority Leader, Reid frustrated the efforts of pro-gun Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) for more than a year to repeal the gun ban. Sen. Coburn's position ultimately prevailed after overcoming Reid's opposition later in the 2009.

    6. February 2, 2009—Voted to confirm Eric Holder as Attorney General. Holder was an anti-Second Amendment official for the Clinton administration, and has called for a renewal of the Clinton gun ban.

    7. January 31, 2006—Voted against Samuel Alito for Supreme Court Justice. Justice Alito's record and testimony to the Senate show that he is strong advocate for Second Amendment rights. Had Reid's position prevailed on this vote, the 5-4 decisions in Heller and McDonald could have gone the other way.

    8. January 18, 2007—Voted against an amendment to strike language in a bill that would infringe upon the free speech rights of groups like GOA by requiring them to monitor and report on communications with members, and could easily have led to government demands for organizational membership list (a.k.a. registration).

    9. September 29, 2005—Voted against John Roberts for Supreme Court Justice. Roberts' record and testimony to the Senate show that he is strong advocate for Second Amendment rights. Had Reid's position prevailed on this vote, the 5-4 decisions in Heller and McDonald could have gone the other way.

    10. July 28, 2005—Voted for an amendment to require all handgun purchasers to pay an implicit "gun tax" by requiring them to buy a trigger lock when they purchase their handgun, irrespective of need.

    11. March 2, 2004—Voted to outlaw the private sale of firearms at gun shows unless the buyer agrees to submit to an FBI background registration check. This legislative would have effectively eliminated gun shows because of stringent requirements placed on event sponsors.

    12. February 26, 2004—Voted for an amendment to require all handgun purchasers to pay an implicit "gun tax" by requiring them to buy a trigger lock when they purchase their handgun, irrespective of need. In addition, the amendment would create a broad cause of action against gun owners who fail to actually use the storage device to lock up their firearms.

    13. March 20, 2002—Voted to end a filibuster of the odious Incumbent Protection bill. The blatantly unconstitutional legislation squelches the voice of groups like Gun Owners of America in the final days before an election. By making it difficult, if not impossible, for groups to criticize the anti-gun actions of legislators prior to an election, incumbents are able to duck accountability for those actions.

    14. April 2, 2001—Voted for the Incumbent Protection Act, so-called campaign finance reform.

    15. May 17, 2000—Voted for a resolution praising the participants of the so-called Million Mom March, and calling on Congress to pass the anti-gun juvenile crime bill that GOA was fighting.

    16. May 17, 2000—Voted with 29 other F-rated Senators against an amendment stating "the right of each law-abiding United States citizen to own a firearm for any legitimate purpose, including self-defense or recreation, should not be infringed."

    17. April 10, 2000—Voted for a non-binding amendment offered by Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) urging the House-Senate conferees to get the juvenile anti-gun bill to the floor of each chamber by April 20.

    18. March 2, 2000—Voted for an amendment offered by Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) urging the passage of the ant-gun juvenile crime bill being opposed by GOA.

    19. April 6, 2000—Voted and cosponsored a "sense of the Senate" amendment urging the passage of new gun control restrictions.

    20. March 2, 2000—Voted to use Federal taxpayer funds to hand out anti-gun literature in schools and to run anti-gun public service announcements.

    21. March 2, 2000—Voted for an amendment offered by Sens. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and Charlie Schumer (D-NY) blaming school violence on the fact that Congress "failed to pass reasonable, common-sense gun control measures" and call for new gun ownership restrictions on the anniversary of the Columbine shootings.

    22. February 2, 2000—Voted for an amendment offered by Sens. Carl Levin (D-MI) and Chuck Schumer (D-NY) to help the cities bringing frivolous suits against gun makers. Specifically, the amendment prevents gun makers from declaring legitimate bankruptcy, and thus, discharging any enormous judgments that result from frivolous lawsuits.

    23. July 28, 1999—Voted to end a filibuster on the Clinton Juvenile Justice bill. The filibuster was led by Sen. Bib Smith (R-NH) because of concerns with the gun control provisions in the bill.

    24. May 20, 1999—Voted for the Clinton Juvenile Justice bill, which contained a a host of gun control provisions.

    25. May 20, 1999—Voted for an amendment offered by Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) that would ban private sales at gun shows, unless the buyer first submits to a background registration check. Even displaying a firearm at a gun show, and subsequently transferring that gun to a non-licensee, would result in a two-year prison sentence. The amendment would also have granted BATF open-ended inspection authority to harass vendors at gun shows, and explicitly gives BATF the right to keep a gun owner registration list for up to 90 days. This amendment passed 51-50, with Vice President Al Gore breaking the tie.

    26. May 20, 1999—Voted for legislation to subject repair shop and pawn shop transactions to the same registration and background check requirements as purchases from dealers—even if a person was reclaiming his own firearm.

    27. May 18, 1999—Voted for an amendment to force gun sellers to include trigger locks with every handgun sold.

    28. May 14, 1999—Voted for an amendment introduced by Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) that would regulate the transfer of firearms over the Internet.

    29. May 13, 1999—Voted to ban the importation of ammunition clips that can hold more than 10 rounds.

    30. May 12, 1999—Voted to ban the private sales of firearms at gun shows unless buyers submitted to background registration checks. Draconian restrictions would have also been imposed on gun show promoters, expanding federal authority in this area.

    31. July 28, 1998—Voted against killing an amendment offered by Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA) to prohibit the importation of firearm magazines holding over 10 rounds that were manufactured before the 1994 ban was enacted.

    32. September 12, 1996—Voted to make it a Federal crime to possess a gun within 1,000 feet of any school, private or public, and impose a 5-year prison sentence for violating the law.

    33. September 12, 1996—Voted to spend $21.5 million for a study on putting "taggants" in black and smokeless gunpowder.

    34. June 27, 1996—Voted to destroy 176,000 M-1 Garand rifles from World War II, and 150 million rounds of 30 caliber ammunition, rather than giving them to the Federal Civilian Marksmanship program.

    35. April 17, 1996—Voted to expand the statute of limitations for paperwork violations in National Firearms Act from 3 years to 5 years.

    36. August 25, 1994—Voted for the Clinton Crime Bill, which contained the ban on many semi-automatic firearms (the so-called "assault weapons" ban).

    37. August 25, 1994—Voted to end a filibuster led by pro-gun Senators against the Clinton Crime Bill, which contained the ban on many semi-automatic firearms (so-called "assault weapons").

    38. November 20, 1993—Voted for the Brady Bill, which imposed a 5-day waiting period before purchasing a handgun.

    39. November 19, 1993—Voted to end a filibuster led by pro-gun Senators against the Brady Bill.

    40. November 19, 1993—Voted to eliminate the five year sunset in the Brady Bill's five day waiting period, which would have made the waiting period permanent.

    41. June 28, 1991—Voted for a 5 day waiting period for handgun purchases.

    Is Harry Reid pro-gun or anti-gun?

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    DUMP HARRY REID (D-NV) & RORY REID (D-NV) TOO !

    Dump them where? In a clean landfill? I'm afraid they'll need legislation. I wonder if they could help plug up the oil spill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    Is Harry Reid pro-gun or anti-gun?

    Nevada Senator Harry Reid claims to be a defender of the Second Amendment. Is that really the case? Here is a list of votes he has cast over the past twenty years in the U.S. Senate:

    1. December 24, 2009—Reid used his position as Majority Leader to pass the ObamaCare legislation. This bill will allow the BATFE and FBI to troll through the ObamaCare database for gun owners who would be disqualified because of their medical information.

    2. September 9, 2009—Voted to confirm Cass Sunstein as Administrator of Regulatory Affairs (Regulatory Czar). GOA notified all Senators that Cass Sunstein is a radical leftist who would like to ban hunting and give animals some of the same rights as humans in the courtroom.

    3. August 6, 2009—Voted to confirm Sonya Sotomayor as Supreme Court Justice. GOA warned all Senators that Judge Sotomayor's record on gun rights was one of hostility to the Second Amendment, which was born out in her dissent in the McDonald decision.

    4. June 25, 2009—Voted to confirm Harold Koh as Legal Advisor to the Department of State. GOA warned all Senators that Koh is a radical globalist pushing for worldwide gun control regulation, including the UN Treaty on Small Arms.

    5. March 19, 2009—Voted to massively expand the amount of land covered by the National Parks gun ban. As Majority Leader, Reid frustrated the efforts of pro-gun Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) for more than a year to repeal the gun ban. Sen. Coburn's position ultimately prevailed after overcoming Reid's opposition later in the 2009.

    6. February 2, 2009—Voted to confirm Eric Holder as Attorney General. Holder was an anti-Second Amendment official for the Clinton administration, and has called for a renewal of the Clinton gun ban.

    7. January 31, 2006—Voted against Samuel Alito for Supreme Court Justice. Justice Alito's record and testimony to the Senate show that he is strong advocate for Second Amendment rights. Had Reid's position prevailed on this vote, the 5-4 decisions in Heller and McDonald could have gone the other way.

    8. January 18, 2007—Voted against an amendment to strike language in a bill that would infringe upon the free speech rights of groups like GOA by requiring them to monitor and report on communications with members, and could easily have led to government demands for organizational membership list (a.k.a. registration).

    9. September 29, 2005—Voted against John Roberts for Supreme Court Justice. Roberts' record and testimony to the Senate show that he is strong advocate for Second Amendment rights. Had Reid's position prevailed on this vote, the 5-4 decisions in Heller and McDonald could have gone the other way.

    10. July 28, 2005—Voted for an amendment to require all handgun purchasers to pay an implicit "gun tax" by requiring them to buy a trigger lock when they purchase their handgun, irrespective of need.

    11. March 2, 2004—Voted to outlaw the private sale of firearms at gun shows unless the buyer agrees to submit to an FBI background registration check. This legislative would have effectively eliminated gun shows because of stringent requirements placed on event sponsors.

    12. February 26, 2004—Voted for an amendment to require all handgun purchasers to pay an implicit "gun tax" by requiring them to buy a trigger lock when they purchase their handgun, irrespective of need. In addition, the amendment would create a broad cause of action against gun owners who fail to actually use the storage device to lock up their firearms.

    13. March 20, 2002—Voted to end a filibuster of the odious Incumbent Protection bill. The blatantly unconstitutional legislation squelches the voice of groups like Gun Owners of America in the final days before an election. By making it difficult, if not impossible, for groups to criticize the anti-gun actions of legislators prior to an election, incumbents are able to duck accountability for those actions.

    14. April 2, 2001—Voted for the Incumbent Protection Act, so-called campaign finance reform.

    15. May 17, 2000—Voted for a resolution praising the participants of the so-called Million Mom March, and calling on Congress to pass the anti-gun juvenile crime bill that GOA was fighting.

    16. May 17, 2000—Voted with 29 other F-rated Senators against an amendment stating "the right of each law-abiding United States citizen to own a firearm for any legitimate purpose, including self-defense or recreation, should not be infringed."

    17. April 10, 2000—Voted for a non-binding amendment offered by Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) urging the House-Senate conferees to get the juvenile anti-gun bill to the floor of each chamber by April 20.

    18. March 2, 2000—Voted for an amendment offered by Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) urging the passage of the ant-gun juvenile crime bill being opposed by GOA.

    19. April 6, 2000—Voted and cosponsored a "sense of the Senate" amendment urging the passage of new gun control restrictions.

    20. March 2, 2000—Voted to use Federal taxpayer funds to hand out anti-gun literature in schools and to run anti-gun public service announcements.

    21. March 2, 2000—Voted for an amendment offered by Sens. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and Charlie Schumer (D-NY) blaming school violence on the fact that Congress "failed to pass reasonable, common-sense gun control measures" and call for new gun ownership restrictions on the anniversary of the Columbine shootings.

    22. February 2, 2000—Voted for an amendment offered by Sens. Carl Levin (D-MI) and Chuck Schumer (D-NY) to help the cities bringing frivolous suits against gun makers. Specifically, the amendment prevents gun makers from declaring legitimate bankruptcy, and thus, discharging any enormous judgments that result from frivolous lawsuits.

    23. July 28, 1999—Voted to end a filibuster on the Clinton Juvenile Justice bill. The filibuster was led by Sen. Bib Smith (R-NH) because of concerns with the gun control provisions in the bill.

    24. May 20, 1999—Voted for the Clinton Juvenile Justice bill, which contained a a host of gun control provisions.

    25. May 20, 1999—Voted for an amendment offered by Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) that would ban private sales at gun shows, unless the buyer first submits to a background registration check. Even displaying a firearm at a gun show, and subsequently transferring that gun to a non-licensee, would result in a two-year prison sentence. The amendment would also have granted BATF open-ended inspection authority to harass vendors at gun shows, and explicitly gives BATF the right to keep a gun owner registration list for up to 90 days. This amendment passed 51-50, with Vice President Al Gore breaking the tie.

    26. May 20, 1999—Voted for legislation to subject repair shop and pawn shop transactions to the same registration and background check requirements as purchases from dealers—even if a person was reclaiming his own firearm.

    27. May 18, 1999—Voted for an amendment to force gun sellers to include trigger locks with every handgun sold.

    28. May 14, 1999—Voted for an amendment introduced by Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) that would regulate the transfer of firearms over the Internet.

    29. May 13, 1999—Voted to ban the importation of ammunition clips that can hold more than 10 rounds.

    30. May 12, 1999—Voted to ban the private sales of firearms at gun shows unless buyers submitted to background registration checks. Draconian restrictions would have also been imposed on gun show promoters, expanding federal authority in this area.

    31. July 28, 1998—Voted against killing an amendment offered by Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA) to prohibit the importation of firearm magazines holding over 10 rounds that were manufactured before the 1994 ban was enacted.

    32. September 12, 1996—Voted to make it a Federal crime to possess a gun within 1,000 feet of any school, private or public, and impose a 5-year prison sentence for violating the law.

    33. September 12, 1996—Voted to spend $21.5 million for a study on putting "taggants" in black and smokeless gunpowder.

    34. June 27, 1996—Voted to destroy 176,000 M-1 Garand rifles from World War II, and 150 million rounds of 30 caliber ammunition, rather than giving them to the Federal Civilian Marksmanship program.

    35. April 17, 1996—Voted to expand the statute of limitations for paperwork violations in National Firearms Act from 3 years to 5 years.

    36. August 25, 1994—Voted for the Clinton Crime Bill, which contained the ban on many semi-automatic firearms (the so-called "assault weapons" ban).

    37. August 25, 1994—Voted to end a filibuster led by pro-gun Senators against the Clinton Crime Bill, which contained the ban on many semi-automatic firearms (so-called "assault weapons").

    38. November 20, 1993—Voted for the Brady Bill, which imposed a 5-day waiting period before purchasing a handgun.

    39. November 19, 1993—Voted to end a filibuster led by pro-gun Senators against the Brady Bill.

    40. November 19, 1993—Voted to eliminate the five year sunset in the Brady Bill's five day waiting period, which would have made the waiting period permanent.

    41. June 28, 1991—Voted for a 5 day waiting period for handgun purchases.

    Is Harry Reid pro-gun or anti-gun?

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    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    handgonnetoter Guest
    Harry is strange. He reminds me of some Democrat friends that I have who support everything liberal except the taking of their guns. You can't have your cake and eat it too. In one of my gun magazines, it showed Reid and the NRA people "cutting the ribbon" on a new massive gun range, in his home state, that he secured federal funding for to build. I guess he likes his shotguns and really likes to shoot clays with his family. Strange people these Democrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by handgonnetoter View Post
    Harry is strange. He reminds me of some Democrat friends that I have who support everything liberal except the taking of their guns. You can't have your cake and eat it too. In one of my gun magazines, it showed Reid and the NRA people "cutting the ribbon" on a new massive gun range, in his home state, that he secured federal funding for to build. I guess he likes his shotguns and really likes to shoot clays with his family. Strange people these Democrats.
    "Their Guns" is the operative phrase...

    E.G. One of the most anti-second amendment senators in U.S. History Dianne Feinstein holds a concealed carry permit...

    Politicians, Military & Law Enforcement are exempt from Federal Gun Bans...
    Such as the so-called fopa of 1986, etc., ...

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    handgonnetoter Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    "Their Guns" is the operative phrase...

    E.G. One of the most anti-second amendment senators in U.S. History Dianne Feinstein holds a concealed carry permit...

    Politicians, Military & Law Enforcement are exempt from Federal Gun Bans...
    Such as the so-called fopa of 1986, etc., ...
    Yea, I knew about that. I hate that b _ _ ch! Hopefully, she goes down like a Friday night call gal in November!

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    Critical Time In Race Against Harry Reid

    42 Reasons Why Gun Owners & The Rest Of Voting America Need To Defeat Harry Reid:
    http://gunowners.org/is-harry-reid-p...r-anti-gun.htm

    Where CCW Holder Sharron Angle Stands On The Second Amendment:
    http://www.examiner.com/x-21777-Las-Vegas-Democrat-Examiner~y2010m6d25-Sharron-Angle-second-amendment-remedies

    Sharron Angle On Remedies For Tyranny In Government:
    http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2010...ric-candidate/

    “You know, our Founding Fathers, they put that Second Amendment in there for a good reason and that was for the people to protect themselves against a tyrannical government. And in fact, Thomas Jefferson said it’s good for a country to have a revolution every 20 years.”

    “I hope that’s not where we’re going, but, you know, if this Congress keeps going the way it is, people are really looking toward those Second Amendment remedies and saying, ‘my goodness what can we do to turn this country around?’ I’ll tell you the first thing we need to do is take Harry Reid out.” - Sharron Angle



    Critical Time In Race Against Harry Reid
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    The next few weeks will determine whether Harry Reid is defeated or re-elected and, most likely, whether or not the Republican Party can win a Senate majority. We need your help URGENTLY to win this race. Right now. Please go to AmericansForNewLeadership.com and donate. Even if you have done so already, please give again.

    To recap: Right after the primary earlier in June, Reid put a vicious negative ad on the air saying that Sharron Angle, the Republican nominee, wanted to "phase out" Social Security and Medicare. He used her own voice saying those words in his ad.

    Sharron really had said that we need to "phase out" the method of funding Social Security and Medicare so that the Congress, led by Reid, cannot raid the funds to pay for their deficit spending as happens now. But Reid edited the clip to give a false impression.

    And then Reid spent $1 million pushing this false charge on Nevada TV. (The average Nevadan saw the Reid attack ad about 25 times!!!). As Churchill said, "A lie makes it halfway around the world while the truth is still putting its shoes on in the morning."

    Americans for New Leadership, a federal PAC, aired a rebuttal ad telling the truth and showing the full clip of Angle but has, so far, only been able to raise about $100,000 to run the ad. Another group, Citizens United, has come up with another $200,000 and will soon start running the ad. But we are still way, way behind the lie.

    But this presents a wonderful opportunity. If we can show how Reid lied, then we can strip him of any credibility and make any new accusations that much less believable.

    As a result of the Reid assault, he has been gaining in the polls. Right after the primary, Rasmussen had Angle ahead by 49-41. How it is only 46-43. Among women, Reid is way ahead.

    We have to have more money to answer Reid's ads!!!! Please donate right now and please give generously. Make your generosity proportionate to your animosity toward Reid!

    Click here to help run the Sharron Angle ad

    YouTube- ANL Reid


    Thanks,


    **** Morris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post


    Critical Time In Race Against Harry Reid
    Dear Political Insider,
    The next few weeks will determine whether Harry Reid is defeated or re-elected and, most likely, whether or not the Republican Party can win a Senate majority. We need your help URGENTLY to win this race. Right now. Please go to AmericansForNewLeadership.com and donate. Even if you have done so already, please give again.

    To recap: Right after the primary earlier in June, Reid put a vicious negative ad on the air saying that Sharron Angle, the Republican nominee, wanted to "phase out" Social Security and Medicare. He used her own voice saying those words in his ad.

    Sharron really had said that we need to "phase out" the method of funding Social Security and Medicare so that the Congress, led by Reid, cannot raid the funds to pay for their deficit spending as happens now. But Reid edited the clip to give a false impression.

    And then Reid spent $1 million pushing this false charge on Nevada TV. (The average Nevadan saw the Reid attack ad about 25 times!!!). As Churchill said, "A lie makes it halfway around the world while the truth is still putting its shoes on in the morning."

    Americans for New Leadership, a federal PAC, aired a rebuttal ad telling the truth and showing the full clip of Angle but has, so far, only been able to raise about $100,000 to run the ad. Another group, Citizens United, has come up with another $200,000 and will soon start running the ad. But we are still way, way behind the lie.

    But this presents a wonderful opportunity. If we can show how Reid lied, then we can strip him of any credibility and make any new accusations that much less believable.

    As a result of the Reid assault, he has been gaining in the polls. Right after the primary, Rasmussen had Angle ahead by 49-41. How it is only 46-43. Among women, Reid is way ahead.

    We have to have more money to answer Reid's ads!!!! Please donate right now and please give generously. Make your generosity proportionate to your animosity toward Reid!

    Click here to help run the Sharron Angle ad

    YouTube- ANL Reid


    Thanks,


    **** Morris

    Contributions to Americans For New Leadership are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. As a nonconnected, unauthorized federal political committee that will do only independent expenditures, Americans For New Leadership may accept unlimited contributions from individuals. Contributions from federal government contractors, national banks, foreign nationals without permanent residency status (non-green card holders) and children under the age of 18 are prohibited. Federal law requires political committees to report the name, mailing address, occupation and employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 in an election cycle.

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    I for one am tired of this kind of posting. Boehm is infamous for this.
    I wish the mods would enforce the rules.
    Boehem, perhaps you could abide by site rules?
    Thank YOU.

  10. #9

    Harry Reid Must Be Defeated

    A Special Message To Second Amendment Supporters

    Gun Owners of America E-Mail Alert
    8001 Forbes Place, Suite 102, Springfield, VA 22151
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    Thursday, July 15, 2010


    Gun Owners of America is backing Sharron Angle in the United States Senate race in Nevada, and we have compiled a list of 42 reasons why Harry Reid MUST be defeated.

    This is one of the top races in the country and one WE MUST WIN! If any gun owner or sportsman has any doubt if Reid is pro-gun or anti-gun, just read the 42 Reasons to Defeat Reid, then decide.

    Harry Reid will spend $25 million in his campaign to try and defeat Sharron Angle. I urge every pro-gun American to send Sharron Angle $25. If 1 million pro-gunners across the country do this, she will match Reid's campaign war chest and WE WILL WIN!

    So please, click www.sharronangle.com and click on "donate" to make a contribution.

    NOTHING AMERICANS DO IN THIS ELECTION WILL SEND A BIGGER MESSAGE TO THE RADICAL LEFTIST ANTI-GUNNERS IN THE CONGRESS THAN TO DEFEAT HARRY REID, THE SENATE MAJORITY LEADER!

    Thank you for your help.

    Sincerely,

    Tim Macy
    Vice Chairman

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

  11. #10
    Bohemian, are one of USACarry's Watchmen at the Gate. Thank you for your informative postings. You've taught us much and keep us alerted to the clear and present dangers that every patriotic American needs to be aware of.
    Conservative Wife & Mom -- I'm a Conservative Christian-American with dual citizenship...the Kingdom of God is my 1st home and the U.S.A. is my 2nd.

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