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Dear Second Amendment Supporter:



In a slap to the face of the NRA last week, Harry Reid voted to put radical liberal Elena Kagan on the highest court of the land. NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre called Kagan a “clear and present danger to the right to keep and bear arms” Before the vote. Then Harry Reid voted for her anyway.

We need you to call the NRA right now at 1-800-672-3888 and tell them to endorse Sharron Angle. With Harry Reid in the Senate, we can expect even more anti-2nd Amendment votes like this one.

In combination with his vote to confirm Sotomayor, Harry Reid has demonstrated his lack of dedicated support for the 2nd Amendment. LaPierre also stated that “The nomination and confirmation of two justices with an inherent bias against the Second Amendment is a direct assault on our treasured freedom. The fate of our Second Amendment hangs perilously — by one vote. The need for eternal vigilance on the part of every American has never been greater.”

Gun owners simply cannot afford to keep Harry Reid in the Senate. Now, more than ever, we need to remind the NRA why they must endorse Sharron Angle for US Senate in Nevada.
Will you also consider forwarding this message to 5 of your freedom-loving friends? This is not the time to sit by and watch our freedoms fall by the wayside. We need to let the NRA know that members do not support anti-gun Senators like Harry Reid.

Please call the NRA at and tell them it’s time to support Sharron Angle.

Sincerely,



Sharron Angle, Republican Nominee for U.S. Senate, Nevada

P.S. It would be absolutely shameful if the NRA sold out Gun Owners by endorsing Harry Reid. Call them at 1-800-672-3888 and tell the NRA to stop playing games and endorse Sharron Angle. Thanks for your support. Also, please forward this message to at least five of your friends and ask them to do the same thing.



Harry Reid's Anti-Gun Record

Below are over 50 anti-gun, anti-second amendment votes by Harry Reid.

June 28, 1991. Vote No. 115. Voted for a 5 day waiting period for handgun purchases.

October 21, 1993. Vote 325. Voted to eliminate the Army Civilian Marksmanship Program.

November 19, 1993. Vote 385. Voted to allow states to impose waiting periods over and above the 5 days waiting period required under the Brady Bill.

November 19, 1993. Vote 386. Voted to eliminate the 5-year sunset in the Brady Bill.

November 19, 1993. Vote 387. Voted to close off debate on the Brady Bill.

November 19, 1993. Vote 390. Voted to close off debate on the Brady Bill.

November 20, 1993. Vote 394. Voted for the Brady Bill, which imposed a 5-business-day waiting period before purchasing a handgun.

August 25, 1994. Vote 294. Voted to close off debate on the Clinton Crime Bill, which contained the ban on so-called "assault weapons."

August 25, 1994. Vote 295. Voted for the Clinton Crime Bill, which contained the ban on so-called "assault weapons."

April 17, 1996. Vote 64. Voted to expand the statute of limitations for paperwork violations in National Firearms Act from 3 years to 5 years.

June 27, 1996. Vote 178. Voted to block the transfer of obsolete rifles for use by the Civilian Marksmanship Program.

September 12, 1996. Vote 287. Voted to spend $21.5 million for a study on putting "taggants" in black and smokeless gunpowder.

September 12, 1996. Vote 290. Voted to make it a federal crime to possess a gun within a school zone.

May 12, 1999. Vote 111. Voted to give the Treasury Department expansive new authority to regulate and keep records on gun shows and their participants.

May 13, 1999. Vote 116. Voted to ban the importation of large capacity ammunition clips

May 14, 1999. Vote 119. Voted to allow only federally licensed and registered gun dealers to sell firearms via the internet.

May 20, 1999. Vote 133. Voted to require background checks on all purchasers of handguns at pawn shops.

May 20, 1999. Vote 134. Voted to require criminal background checks on all gun sales at gun shows, prohibit non-federal licensees from participating in gun shows and direct the U.S. attorney general to hold background files collected on gun owners for 90 days.

May 20, 1999. Vote 140. Voted for the Clinton Juvenile Justice bill, which contained a package of gun control measures.

July 29, 1999. Vote 224. Voted to close debate on the Clinton Juvenile Justice bill, which contained a package of gun control measures.

February 2, 2000. Vote 4. Voted to bar gun manufacturers from discharging debts caused by fraud, recklessness, misrepresentation, nuisance, negligence, or product liability, such as lawsuits filed by municipalities.

March 2, 2000. Vote 27. Voted to expresses the sense of the Senate that Congress implement policies that will reduce the threat of gun violence in schools before April 20, 2000.

April 6, 2000. Vote 64. Voted for a gun control package including new onerous restrictions on gun shows.

April 7, 2000. Vote 74. Voted against an amendment to provide for the enforcement of existing gun laws in lieu of new burdensome gun control mandates.

May 16, 2000. Vote 100. Voted to commend the participants of the so-called "Million Mom March" for their demand for more Federal restrictions on firearms ownership, and to urge the passage of strict gun control measures.

May 17, 2000. Vote 103. Voted against expressing the sense of the Senate that the right of each law-abiding citizen to own firearms for a legitimate purpose should not be infringed, among other provisions.

May 17, 2000. Vote 104. Voted for an amendment commending the participants of the so-called "Million Mom March" for their demand for more federal restrictions on firearms ownership, and to urge the passage of strict gun control measures.

February 26, 2004. Vote 17. Voted to impose mandatory secure gun storage or safety devices for handguns, and would impose penalties on handgun dealers who did not comply.

March 2, 2004. Vote 25. Voted to require criminal background checks on all firearm transactions at gun shows where at least 75 guns are sold.

July 28, 2005. Vote 207. Voted to impose mandatory secure gun storage or safety devices for handguns, and would impose penalties on handgun dealers who did not comply.

June 28, 1991. Vote No. 115. Voted for a 5 day waiting period for handgun purchases.

October 21, 1993. Vote 325. Voted to eliminate the Army Civilian Marksmanship Program.

November 19, 1993. Vote 385. Voted to allow states to impose waiting periods over and above the 5 days waiting period required under the Brady Bill.

November 19, 1993. Vote 386. Voted to eliminate the 5-year sunset in the Brady Bill.

November 19, 1993. Vote 387. Voted to close off debate on the Brady Bill.

November 19, 1993. Vote 390. Voted to close off debate on the Brady Bill.

November 20, 1993. Vote 394. Voted for the Brady Bill, which imposed a 5-business-day waiting period before purchasing a handgun.

August 25, 1994. Vote 294. Voted to close off debate on the Clinton Crime Bill, which contained the ban on so-called "assault weapons."

August 25, 1994. Vote 295. Voted for the Clinton Crime Bill, which contained the ban on so-called "assault weapons."

April 17, 1996. Vote 64. Voted to expand the statute of limitations for paperwork violations in National Firearms Act from 3 years to 5 years.

June 27, 1996. Vote 178. Voted to block the transfer of obsolete rifles for use by the Civilian Marksmanship Program.

September 12, 1996. Vote 287. Voted to spend $21.5 million for a study on putting "taggants" in black and smokeless gunpowder.

September 12, 1996. Vote 290. Voted to make it a federal crime to possess a gun within a school zone.

May 12, 1999. Vote 111. Voted to give the Treasury Department expansive new authority to regulate and keep records on gun shows and their participants.

May 13, 1999. Vote 116. Voted to ban the importation of large capacity ammunition clips

May 14, 1999. Vote 119. Voted to allow only federally licensed and registered gun dealers to sell firearms via the internet.

May 20, 1999. Vote 133. Voted to require background checks on all purchasers of handguns at pawn shops.

May 20, 1999. Vote 134. Voted to require criminal background checks on all gun sales at gun shows, prohibit non-federal licensees from participating in gun shows and direct the U.S. attorney general to hold background files collected on gun owners for 90 days.

May 20, 1999. Vote 140. Voted for the Clinton Juvenile Justice bill, which contained a package of gun control measures.

July 29, 1999. Vote 224. Voted to close debate on the Clinton Juvenile Justice bill, which contained a package of gun control measures.

February 2, 2000. Vote 4. Voted to bar gun manufacturers from discharging debts caused by fraud, recklessness, misrepresentation, nuisance, negligence, or product liability, such as lawsuits filed by municipalities.

March 2, 2000. Vote 27. Voted to expresses the sense of the Senate that Congress implement policies that will reduce the threat of gun violence in schools before April 20, 2000.

April 6, 2000. Vote 64. Voted for a gun control package including new onerous restrictions on gun shows.

April 7, 2000. Vote 74. Voted against an amendment to provide for the enforcement of existing gun laws in lieu of new burdensome gun control mandates.

May 16, 2000. Vote 100. Voted to commend the participants of the so-called "Million Mom March" for their demand for more Federal restrictions on firearms ownership, and to urge the passage of strict gun control measures.

May 17, 2000. Vote 103. Voted against expressing the sense of the Senate that the right of each law-abiding citizen to own firearms for a legitimate purpose should not be infringed, among other provisions.

May 17, 2000. Vote 104. Voted for an amendment commending the participants of the so-called "Million Mom March" for their demand for more federal restrictions on firearms ownership, and to urge the passage of strict gun control measures.

February 26, 2004. Vote 17. Voted to impose mandatory secure gun storage or safety devices for handguns, and would impose penalties on handgun dealers who did not comply.

March 2, 2004. Vote 25. Voted to require criminal background checks on all firearm transactions at gun shows where at least 75 guns are sold.

July 28, 2005. Vote 207. Voted to impose mandatory secure gun storage or safety devices for handguns, and would impose penalties on handgun dealers who did not comply.

Harry Reid votes for rabidly anti-gun, anti-second amendment Supreme Court nominee(s) Elena Kagan, Sonya Sotomayor...