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U.S. Senate Confirms Anti-gun Radical to the Supreme Court

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Senator Thune quoted GOA accurately.  Elena Kagan is going to be a disaster on the Supreme Court.

Our gun rights are hanging by a thread.  Prior to the vote in the U.S. Senate today, Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama sounded the alarm:  “Most Americans are totally unaware [that] the Second Amendment hangs by a mere thread [by] two 5-4 decisions recently….”

He was referring, of course, to the two gun-related decisions over the past couple of years where the Supreme Court narrowly ruled in favor of gun rights.

With this in mind, several Senators spent almost an hour today talking exclusively about the Second Amendment, its importance to all Americans across the country, and the danger that President Obama's most recent pick to the U.S. Supreme Court poses to our gun rights.

Sadly, the Senate today voted 63-37 to confirm Elena Kagan to the U.S. Supreme Court.  While this is disappointing, you need to realize that we got more votes against Kagan than we have ever gotten against a Supreme Court Justice that we've opposed — more than we garnered against Justices Sotomayor or Ginsburg.  (Imagine, Justice Gingsburg only received three negative votes!)

Today, we gained tremendous ground.  There were Senators who voted against Kagan today who had NEVER before voted against a Supreme Court Justice.  And come this November, we plan to gain even more ground when a new batch of candidates take their seats in the U.S. Senate… when we will probably be able to filibuster (and defeat) any future U.S. Supreme Court Justice that President Obama nominates. Read more

Source: Gun Owners of America

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