Video, “Newt: Right to Bear Arms is a Human Right“
These perhaps pivotally important remarks in the history of the defense of the right to keep and bear arms, need no further comment. They should be left to ring in the ears of the listener.
Yet, some are tempted to use this stance as an “I told you so,” in their claims that Newt Gingrich is a one-world globalist. That is patently false, as a careful listen should infer.
If a more direct response is necessary for anyone, it also came from the source, Speaker Gingrich (referenced earlier, in “Newt Gingrich Asked if He’s a Globalist, In with the NWO,” in Gulag Bound):
And by contrast, when he was Massachusetts governor, Mitt Romney quadrupled gunowners’ fees. More on Mitt Romney and gun control, from Andrea Shea King at Radio Patriot:
From the 2008 Opposition Research report prepared by the McCain Campaign.
- In 1994 Senate race, Romney backed Brady bill and assault weapons ban, saying “I don’t line up with the NRA” and “that’s not going to make me the hero of the NRA.”
- Romney called Clinton crime bill “a big step forward.”
- As governor, Romney quadrupled gun licensing fees and vowed not to “chip away” at tough gun laws
- In 2004, Romney signed permanent state-level ban on assault weapons that was mirrored after federal assault weapons ban.
- In January 2006, Romney said he owned a gun – then two days later admitted he did not and the gun belonged to his son.
- Romney bragged about being member of the NRA but later revealed he didn’t join until August 2006, just before launching his presidential campaign.
- Romney recently said he’s “been a hunter pretty much all my life” but later admitted he hunted only twice in his life, later clarifying remarks by claiming he has hunted “small varmints … more than two times.”
- In 2006 press conference, Romney claimed he had been hunting “many times” after returning from quail hunt in Georgia.