Voting guns means you reject the idea that only the people whom the government trusts should be armed. It means you understand that protecting what matters to you most is your job, not the government’s. It means you understand that no matter how efficient a police state is, bad things are going to happen to good people. Moreover, it means understanding that if a politician does not support that basic right of individual self-defense, they do not support the other individual rights either.Creighton reminds the reader in the lead-up to his conclusion, using links to her own statements, that Hillary Clinton does not believe Americans should not be able to own semiautomatic rifles, that the Australian-model of gun control is something "worth looking at", that the right to keep and bear arms is something that only belongs to the government, and that she believes the "Supreme Court got DC v. Heller wrong." Additionally, Clinton believes people do not have the right to defend themselves and their family with a firearm.
The Second Amendment and the right to keep and bear arms is a litmus test about how a candidate feels about the role government should play in your life. It’s not about “allowing” you to hunt or shoot competitions, it’s about not relying on government to define how you and your loved ones will be protected from the evil that is in this world. Voting guns is voting for your life and the lives of your loved ones.
Stopping Hillary Clinton should be what this election is about for gun owners. Get involved today. NRA-ILA has two campaign field representatives in Virginia, one in the Richmond area and one in Roanoke. Their contact information is below.
Patrick DeStefano, Roanoke, VA 864-680-0399 firstname.lastname@example.org
Joe Vrecheck, Richmond, VA (817) 729-8365 email@example.com