Skip to comments.Lucky AZ Gun Owners!
Posted on 07/30/2012 9:56:54 PM PDT by zantus
Look, the bottom line is the left wants to limit or take away your constitutional right to keep and bear arms. If you dont get involved we may be the last generation to have enjoyed this right deemed critical to a free society by our founders. This is a plea to all to get involved and start supporting your sate gun rights organization.
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Arizonians are lucky in another way: They are the only ones who stand a chance at sending McStain packing.
AZ gun law and AZCDL ping
True! and Good Point
What? They had their chance two years ago and punted that opportunity. With four more years to go, Juan will not run again so they have another four years of this nightmare.
If you need an example, take what he did to Bachmann and Ghomert as a lesson of what this horrible excuse for a Senator is willing to do for his country's security.
You got it right: the AZ electorate and their politicians are an unpredictable bunch. I lived there in 1987-88 when they impeached and removed their governor, Evan Mecham, for charges that were not sustained in a later criminal trial. Yet they continue to return McCain to the Senate despite his association with the likes of Charles Keating. If I were still living in AZ, I wouldn’t even buy his wife’s beer, let alone vote for him.
I guess age and the heat must get to elderly AZ politicians because even Barry Goldwater was not the 1964 Goldwater by the time he left the Senate in the 80s.
After a life long Army Brat, the Army joined me. Since I was never in one place long enough to call it home, my last duty station was Ft. Huachuca. I settled into the area like it was my home and I still love the area of Cochise County. I often refer to it as my adoptive home and it pains me to see what they are doing to it.
Work and circumstances have me living in Florida right now and maybe that is best, for now.
A minor but important quibble, as clear thinking leads to clear writing:
We have no Constitutional rights.
Rather, we have Constitutionally-protected rights.
That is, the Constitution was created to recognize pre-existing rights, and our government was founded on that constitutional framework to protect those pre-ordained rights.
The obvious corollary is that when the government strays from our common agreed framework, it’s time for a new government, not a new constitution.
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