Blue Dogs, or Pelosi Lap Dogs?

Deceptive Blue Dogs Prop up Pelosi
Over fifty Democrats in Congress—so-called Blue Dogs—claim to be pro-gun, but can any member who votes to retain Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House really be considered a defender of the Second Amendment?

Most of the Blue Dog members voted with Pelosi as she crammed the anti-gun ObamaCare bill down the throats of the American people. Most voted against protecting gun rights in national parks. And, not surprisingly given their anti-gun voting records, they stood with Pelosi to silence groups like GOA by supporting the so-called DISCLOSE Act.

So, are they Blue Dogs, or Pelosi Lap Dogs? Read more HERE.


Now, contrast what is revealed in the linked story with this from the National Rifle Association;

So far this year, the NRA has endorsed 58 incumbent House Democrats, including more than a dozen in seats that both parties view as critical to winning a majority. The endorsements aren’t the result of a sudden love for a party with which the NRA is often at odds. Rather, the powerful group adheres to what it calls “an incumbent friendly” policy, which holds that if two candidates are equally supportive of gun rights, the incumbent gets the nod.

Read About It: The Washington Post

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2 Responses to “Blue Dogs, or Pelosi Lap Dogs?”

  1. PanAm Says:

    This is another reason why people have to be constantly vigilant… Things are not always what they seem on the surface, and neither are some of our politicians who speak out of both sides of their mouth.


  2. Patrick Sperry Says:

    The devils are always in the details.


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