Feingold to run for president?
Kevin thinks so. I respect Feingold for being the lone senator to vote no for the PATRIOT Act. On guns, he voted for the assault weapons ban in 1994 and against it in 2004. He also said:
The Second Amendment raises interesting questions about a constitutional interpretation. I read the Second Amendment as providing an individual right to keep and bear arms as opposed to only a collective right. Individual Americans have a constitutional right to own and use guns. And there are a number of actions that legislatures should not take in my view to restrict gun ownership.
Unless he says he supports the AWB again to win the presidency, he may be the most pro-gun of potential presidential candidates. However, the McCain Feingold
Incumbent Protection err Campaign Finance Reform law is a huge black mark for the man.