Archive for December 11th, 2007

History of Gun Control; Yet another expose’

December 11, 2007

http://elitistdeception.blogspot.com/2007/11/must-read-for-anti-gun-freaks.html

This is some good reading!

Tom Tancredo for President of the United States of America!

December 11, 2007

I was asked to comment on my good friends Blog at

http://texasfred.net/archives/830/trackback

I am re- posting it here. Please visit Freds Blog and see the entire thread. Welcome home FRIEND!

Patrick Sperry Says:
December 11th, 2007 at 10:57 am

Thanks for posting the link Renado! Okay, as far as Tom’s positions on gun control. Gun Owners of America has the best, IMO, round up of all of the candidates.
As Fred, and a few others are aware, I am a hard core Tancredo supporter, and the links mentioned will give sufficient background for why I am that way. Perhaps though, the biggest reasons are from personal contact with him, and his campaign.
He had one single weak moment on the gun issue, to the best of my knowlege, and that was very short lived. It was immediatly after the Columbine High School atrocity. That happened in his district, about a mile from his house. What set him straight about that, in rather short order I might add? The outlandish comments made by John McCain, that’s what.
I asked him about that, as well as a few other things at a fund raiser at Cool River Café. I liked what I heard. Tom is, if nothing else, a straight shooter. He is honest to a fault, and that is why I don’t believe that he has a snowballs chance in hell of getting elected President.
Specifics;
More laws would not have stopped Columbine, at least eighteen laws were broken as it was.
Ex Post Facto Laws are immoral.
The taking of civil liberties for less than felony conviction, or serious mental disability is immoral.
Border security is not a racial issue, it is a national security issue.
All of our military forces need to be beefed up, including the Coast Guard.
Tax reform is a priority, he seemed to lean toward the FAIR Tax initiative, but is open to other ideas.
Health care is a private matter, not one that government should be involved with. (Look at the VA system for a snap shot of Hillary care; my comment ) )

That is what I most remember from actually meeting the man.


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