Rick Perry Stonewalling on Where He Stands on The Second Amendment
Colorado ––(Ammoland.com)- The UN “Small Arms Treaty.” The unconstitutional Brady gun owner registration scheme. Banning of firearms. Eliminating the ATF.
Where does Rick Perry stand on these important Second Amendment issues?
He hasn’t said. And I’m afraid time is running out.
With one day left before the September 15th deadline for Governor Perry to return his National Association for Gun Rights’ Presidential Survey, he has so far thrown up a stone wall.
Yeah, Governor Perry says he carries and that he has killed a coyote. But I carry every day as well. That doesn’t make me pro-gun.
I certainly have no problem saying where I stand on ALL Second Amendment issues. I know you don’t. Governor Perry shouldn’t either.
Republican presidential candidates Ron Paul and Michele Bachmann have returned their NAGR Presidential Surveys 100% in support of our Second Amendment rights. Herman Cain has as well.
Mitt Romney has refused to respond. Newt Gingrich has refused to respond.
With his deadline close to passing without having returned a survey, Rick Perry is teetering on the edge of being added to this infamous group of Republicans who refuse to tell gun owners where they stand.
You see, two decades of history dealing with politicians at the local, state and federal levels tells me that silence on Second Amendment issues usually leads to trouble.
It usually means a politician is hiding something — his true beliefs on the Second Amendment. What is Mr. Perry hiding? Why won’t he tell gun owners what he really believes?
With Barack Obama in the White House leading the daily assault on our gun rights, grassroots gun rights activists like you cannot risk electing another slick politician willing to sell out our gun rights for …
… a campaign contribution. Or a backroom deal.
I’d like to tell you that Rick Perry is a champion of the Second Amendment, but I’m afraid I cannot do so unless he returns his NAGR Presidential Survey IMMEDIATELY!
Here’s what I need you to do. I need you to call Governor Perry right now. Forward the link to this article to your friends and ask them to do so as well.
Here’s Governor Perry’s number: 512-463-2000
Demand that he return his NAGR Presidential Survey now, or be added to an infamous list of Republican presidential candidates that have refused to tell gun owners where they stand.
Make that call now.
Thank you, in advance, for your activism.For Freedom,
P.S. Rick Perry has so far refused to tell gun owners where he stands on important Second Amendment issues. In fact, he hasn’t returned the NAGR Presidential Survey.
With one day remaining before the deadline to return his survey, I need you to call Governor Perry at: 512-463-2000, and demand he return his survey at once.
The National Association for Gun Rights is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, single-purpose citizens’ organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the Constitutionally protected right-to-keep-and-bear-arms through an aggressive program designed to mobilize public opposition to anti-gun legislation. The National Association for Gun Rights’ mailing address is P.O 7002, Fredericksburg, VA 22404. They can be contacted toll-free at 1-877-405-4570. Its web address is www.NationalGunRights.org
BambiB, Woops, your politics are showing. Usually only Liberals/Leftists use name calling to further their agenda's. Perry is a pro-gun champion, doesn't need to prove something already proven.
BTW, his refusal to go on record IS part of his record.
Rick Perry is a side-show version of a "Cowboy". His story about shooting a coyote is unconfirmed. If he doesn't return the survey, then it means he doesn't want to be on the record regarding the Second Amendment…
… which means gun owners should avoid voting for him.
Gov. Perry has been a champion of gun rights during his term. I think his record speaks for itself.
This "National Association for Gun Rights" is a skeletal "organization" (if you can even call it an organization) that primarily exists to engage in over-the-top, alarmist fundraising appeals like this one. Lobbing these accusations and innuendo at Rick Perry in the face of his long, well-established public record of strong support for every gun rights issue he's ever publicly addressed does not help their already-strained credibility.
As for Governor Perry's position on the Second Amendment why doesn't NAGR using the most telling metric available, his RECORD. Rick Perry has signed many pro gun rights bills as Governor, he legally carries a handgun, and has a track record that can be looked up.
Mitt Romney was Gov. of Mass. I believe that with that states restrictive laws on guns, that there is a reason he hasn't responded. Better to leave his opinion unstated than to admit his liberal views. You don't find states more liberal than Ma. or perhaps Vt. where I live. At least Vermont's gun laws were established when it was a conservative state before the 60's.