Before Kudlow asked the question about Massachusett’s assault weapon ban, Romney said this:
“Well, I’m a firm believer in the Second Amendment and I also believe that this is—with emotions so high right now, this is really not a time to be talking about the politics associated with what happened in Aurora. This is really a time, I think, for people to reach out to others in their community that need help or a comforting hand. Let’s do that for now and then we can get on to policy down the road. I still believe that the Second Amendment is the right course to preserve and defend and don’t believe that new laws are going to make a difference in this type of tragedy. There are—were, of course, very stringent laws which existed in Aurora, Colorado. Our challenge is not the laws, our challenge is people who, obviously, are distracted from reality and do unthinkable, unimaginable, inexplicable things.”
Remember folks, while Romney is not our FRiend, the media would love nothing more than to divide us and keep Obama in office.
Putting the 2 together, Erik, we see that Romney doesn't really get it.
He is saying that no new laws are need because Aurora already had stringent gun control laws.
I'd like to just believe that he hasn't ever really thought this through, that he simply doesn't get it.
What part of "shall not be infringed" does he not understand?
We truly, desperately need a conservative house, senate, and state houses, governors. You are right about our staying united on that mission.
“Remember folks, while Romney is not our FRiend, the media would love nothing more than to divide us and keep Obama in office.”
We’re already divided and we already lost this presidential election. In my view, we lost it the day Sarah decided not to run. I’m voting third party because I refuse to waste my vote on a socialist.
There are still plenty of good conservatives to vote for in state and local races, and a few for Congress.