You realize, of course, that if Cain is elected, then you can forget about National Reciprocity.
You can also forget about owning a gun in any state in the future which has a large number of Democrat voters because Cain will not interfere.
Lastly, the United States Supreme Court is just 1 judge away from determining that individual citizens are not allowed to own, possess, or carry guns.
We already have the second part of your statements going on around the country in those states. Look at Illinois and others. But even there they have not been wholly successful.
I believe Cain would appoint judges who would be strict constitutionalists according to original intent, and if he had appointments to make they would favor making the current court even more conservative and more inclined to follow the constitution and not make new laws or allow "current thinking", or other nations to sway them.
Having said all of that, I believe Cain needs to clarify his stance on the 2nd amendment and gun control and have asked him to do so. Many others should ask him to do the same.
CGalen is going to every Cain thread and posting this lie.
Herman Cain is 200% pro 2nd Amendment. What he said in the Blitzer interview (mentioned on that link you posted) was taken to mean that he believed states could overrule the 2nd amendment. He does not believe that and he explains here:
(at the 10:17 mark) I strongly support the 2nd amendment. I said that some things should be left up to the states, for example, if the states want to require background checks, let the states decide that. But I did not in ANY WAY mean states had a right to restrict access to owning firearms. So that was the misunderstanding.
You realize, of course, that if Cain is elected, then you can forget about National Reciprocity. You can also forget about owning a gun in any state in the future which has a large number of Democrat voters because Cain will not interfere.
In contrast stand the facts of what he actually said, in context:
BLITZER: All right. Lets talk about gun control. Do you support any gun control?
CAIN: I support the Second Amendment.
BLITZER: So you dont so whats the answer on gun control?
CAIN: The answer on gun control is I support strong strongly support the Second Amendment. I dont support, you know, onerous legislation thats going to restrict peoples rights in order to be able to protect themselves as guaranteed by the Second Amendment.
BLITZER: Should states or local governments be allowed to control the gun situation? Or should...
BLITZER: The answer is yes?
CAIN: The answer is yes. That should be a states decision.