“Texans are wanna-be insurrectionists”? Puhleeze!

“Texans are wanna-be insurrectionists”, and daring to publicly defend our gun rights is “insurrectionist chest-beating” — at least that’s what the pro-gun control wingnuts at the so called “Coalition to Stop Gun Violence” and their northeastern liberal friends accused me and other gun loving and 2nd Amendment defending Texans of Monday. Nonsense.

As a veteran and as a conservative, I’m proud to be a strong supporter of the right to keep and bear arms.

Scandals like Fast and Furious, and states like New York banning more and more firearms should have Texans deeply concerned. The Legislature MUST be a firewall between you and the Federal Government. I’m proud to be the candidate of gun rights in this race.

If you want proof of this, look no further than the organizations on the front lines of protecting the Second Amendment in Austin and Washington. I’m proud to have earned an “A” rating from the NRA, and the endorsement of American Gun Rights.

Even more telling was a recent letter from the National Association for Gun Rights that had this to say:

Let’s say it again: “Under Straus’s leadership as Speaker of the House, countless pro-gun bills were sent to committees filled with his radical anti-gun allies where they would be sure to never see the light of day.” See the complete letter from National Association for Gun Rights here.

Our Second Amendment is too precious to be subject to Joe Straus’ political games in Austin. Texans must be confident in the knowledge that their right to keep and bear arms is unbreakable, as the Founders intended. If you want to make Texas the undisputed leader in protecting American freedoms, I humbly ask for your support.

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