Skip to comments.NRA LaPierre And New President Porter Slam Obama’s ‘All-Out Historic Attack’ On 2nd Amendment
Posted on 05/04/2013 2:22:01 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
While political figures like Sarah Palin and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) may have made the biggest splashes at this years NRA convention in Houston, Texas, the leadership of the organization was also out in full force offering their best defenses of the Second Amendment against an Obama administration they believe is trying to take gun owners rights away.
NRA CEO and executive vice president Wayne LaPierre looked back to one year ago when he says he predicted that if President Obama was re-elected, he would launch an all-out historic attack against our Second Amendment and the personal freedom of hundreds of millions of law-abiding Americans.
LaPierre lashed out at the media for calling him paranoid and said a lot of Americans were deceived into believing that Obama would protect their rights. It didnt take long for the real Barack Obama to show himself, he said, pointing to the executive orders he signed following the Newtown shooting. Apparently, there is nothing the president will not do to get something anything through Congress to advance his agenda to destroy the Second Amendment.
Watch LaPierre speak below:
The NRAs newly-elected president, Jim Porter, also delivered remarks, making his most high-profile speech since he called Obama our fake president last June. This time he called the president community organizer-in-chief and singled out Obamas 2012 campaign trail comment voting is the best revenge to dig into his motives for advocating gun control....
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Where would decent Americans get the idea that the Obama Regime is trying to take away our God-given rights? I'll bet no liberal will ever ask that question.
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