Larry Pratt Debates Gun Control on Jansing & CO on MSNBC ~ Video

Larry Pratt debates John Rosenthal
GOA’s Larry Pratt debates John Rosenthal of Stop Handgun Violence
Gun Owners of America
Gun Owners of America

Washington, DC --(Ammoland.com)- Larry Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America and John Rosenthal, chairman of Stop Handgun Violence are hosted on Jansing & Co to discuss the NRA’s annual meeting being held in Indianapolis this past Spring, and other Gun Control issues.

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About:Gun Owners of America (GOA) is a non-profit lobbying organization formed in 1975 to preserve and defend the Second Amendment rights of gun owners. GOA sees firearms ownership as a freedom issue. `The only no comprise gun lobby in Washington’ – Ron Paul Visit: www.gunowners.org to Join.

  • One thought on “Larry Pratt Debates Gun Control on Jansing & CO on MSNBC ~ Video

    1. I just love how Mr. Pratt tore down their musket argument. Yeah, if you say that “assault rifles” can’t be owned by the people to exercise their 2nd Amendment Right because they weren’t invented when then Constitution was written, then that means you’d have to agree that the modern printing press, computers, television, and even the internet itself can’t be owned/used/accessed to exercise the First Amendment as well.
      If you support a ban on modern firearms, then you’d better be willing to support a ban on all forms of modern communication as well, or be prepared be called out as the ignorant hypocrite that you are.

      Would you say that the 4th Amendment doesn’t apply because houses these days aren’t built like they were back in 1776? I’m sorry, the right to be protected against illegal search and seizure only applies to log cabins. Sorry about your luck! Get real, people. And wake up!

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