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Which GOP candidate would be MOST dangerous for gun rights? (Poll Closed)

  • Donald Trump (supports Project Exile and the "assault" weapons ban, and is open to barring those on the federal "no-fly" list from exercising their RKBA)
    41%
    57 votes

     
  • Marco Rubio (claims he's OK with "reasonable restrictions" on guns, possibly worked behind the scenes to tank a Florida bill that would allow gun owners to keep their firearms in their vehicles at work, "A" rating from GOA)
    19%
    26 votes

     
  • Ted Cruz ("A+" rating from GOA, focus on prosecution of crimes and felons)
    4%
    6 votes

     
  • Ben Carson (obviously confused by Second Amendment, has stated that semi-automatic firearms are OK in the countryside, but not in cities)
    4%
    6 votes

     
  • John Kasich (voted for the Clinton "assault" weapons ban while in Congress, wants tough enforcement of existing gun laws)
    23%
    32 votes

     
  • Other
    8%
    11 votes

Posted 2 years.

3 Comments

  • brian - 2 years ago

    I mistakenly voted for Cruz, thinking it was for the most favorable to gun rights. Definitely should be 100% Trump.

  • pigpen51 - 2 years ago

    I voted for Trump, simply because until recently, he was a real Democrat, and I am still not convinced that he has changed. The only assurance that I have found that he has changed his opinion on gun rights is from hearing that his sons sat him down and explained the issue to him. If he holds on and becomes the nominee, something I truly doubt will happen, I expect that things will be interesting come November. If by some fluke he is elected President, I am honestly afraid for our country. Of course, I can say the same thing for the two Democrats running for office as well, so we are in a world of hurt either way.

  • John Taylor - 2 years ago

    I voted "Other" and typed in "All of the above". Politicians and the government they call themselves are genetically inimical to liberty. As several wags have said, "There's no government like no government." I wholeheartedly agree.

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