Anti-Gunner Mike Castle Defeated In Delaware
Colorado ––(Ammoland.com)- We did it! Last night the most anti-gun Republican in Congress — Mike Castle (RINO – DE) — was defeated!
I’m very proud to say that the National Association for Gun Rights PAC sent tens of thousands of postcards and e-mails exposing Mike Castle’s anti-gun record and urging Delaware Republicans to vote against anti-gun activist Castle.
Castle’s defeat is a very clear sign that voters are fed up with the anti-gun policies of the liberals in Congress.
Why is this such a big deal?
It’s simple: Mike Castle made a career of supporting gun control in the House of Representatives, and he wanted to take his anti-gun voting record to the U.S. Senate.
Whether it’s working to re-authorize the Bill Clinton Gun Ban – which banned an entire class of semi-automatic hunting and sporting rifles from citizen ownership – to conspiring with Sarah Brady in another power-play to strip gun owners of their rights, or hob-nobbing at Democrat White House receptions with the freedom-hating media and left-wing elite, Mike Castle has made a career of supporting gun control.
To make matters worse, he’s did all this this as a “Republican.”
But last night, the voters of Delaware gave Castle and his anti-gun agenda the pink slip.
They say a wounded animal is most dangerous when it’s backed into a corner, and it’s pretty clear we’ve backed the anti-gunners into a corner. Right now they’re at their most dangerous.
They’re going to cut deals, backstab and do whatever it takes to push their radical agenda at the ballot box and in the halls of Congress.
Gun rights activist like you and me must re-double our legislative and electoral efforts in the the coming months and weeks.For liberty, Dudley Brown
National Association for Gun Rights PAC
The National Association for Gun Rights was founded in 2001 to serve as a grassroots gun rights group focusing on building state-level gun rights groups and lobbying for pro-gun federal legislation. Brown has been a gun lobbyist for more than 17 years. Visit: www.nationalgunrights.org