Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Obama selects anti-gunners for Chief of Staff, transition team chief

From Buckeye Firearms Association:
As a Chicago 'community organizer' and member of the Illinois and U.S. Senate, Barack Obama established a strong anti-Second Amendment record. But as a candidate for President, the former Joyce Foundation board member sought to convince voters that his administration would offer no threat to their gun rights, despite having selected NRA "F"-rated Joe Biden as his vice president.

In our election night coverage, we predicted that despite Obama's campaign pledges to not infringe on the Second Amendment, his cabinet picks would be an early sign of his true intentions.

It is day two of the transition to an Obama presidency, and the administration is now made up of three persons with rated by the NRA with an "F"-rating, and his transition team is headed by no less than Bill Clinton's former point man on gun control.

Article here.

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