Author Topic: Sen. Cruz: The government should not take away the right to self-defense  (Read 218 times)

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 Of course, the great Senator is correct on this
 issue and his intentions and stand on this should
 never be taken ‘out of context!”

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 Of course, the great Senator is correct on this
 issue and his intentions and stand on this should
 never be taken ‘out of context!”
How about that Ted Cruz wouldn't answer people complaining about Cruz's stance on the gun issue after the recent mass shooting?

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 Of course Senator Cruz is horrified by the inexcusable
 atrocity that occurred and more than likely felt as though
 his ideological opposites were self-serving with their agendas
 and to manipulate him into answering them the way they wanted.
 The (Governor) was not wrong to blame ‘law enforcement’ for
 this blatant, irresponsible failure on their behalf allowing this to
 happen. Armed guards should have been at all entrances and exits
 back and front and this could have been prevented. Of course assault
 weapons should never be sold or given to civilians under any circumstances,
 only to the military and police, etc. and certainly, no weapons or ammunition
 should ever be sold to evil or mentally unstable people and should be confiscated
 from them. The issue of normal, law-abiding citizens being sold standard weapons
 for purposes of safety just come down to a matter of common sense. So,at the
 very least, the Senator’s ‘stance’ on the second amendment right to bear arms
 legally for the sole purpose of self-defense and ultimately self-preservation is not
 wrong.