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Chris Christie on gun rights

Comes in about where you’d think a politician from NJ would. And here’s his misinformed flyer on the assault weapons ban. His attack ad criticized his opponent for not supporting gun bans.

Via Jacob, who says it’s a non-issue.

7 Responses to “Chris Christie on gun rights”

  1. rightisright Says:

    As an NJ resident, I like the fact he is attempting to end the machine politics here (good luck w. that). But he’s always been on the wrong side of the gun issue.

  2. Montieth Says:

    Worry about our heads and not our beards. Christie can’t stop Gura.

  3. Teke Says:

    The timing of this couldn’t be better. Yesterday I was trying to explain to a coworker who is a gun owner and conservative. He is on his way to being a full on gun rights supporter but still needs some learnin’.

    I told him that he is a East coast establishment politician which makes him to the left of a RINO like McCain. The only ting that Christie has the right talking points on is the economy. I’m not even sure he is that great on that one.

  4. Diomed Says:

    Christie is great for New Jersey.

    He doesn’t belong anywhere else.

  5. 45er Says:

    Diomed just stated it perfectly.

  6. Robin Says:

    Christie , in my oppinion, has most of the qualities so badly needed for our troubled country. But because of his apparent stand on gun rights I will not consider, in any way,or support him for a run for President. Our precious right to bear arms is the only thing that keeps our freedom and helps protect us from possible invasions from other who want what we have. . A president with his feelings toward gun control and rights, in this day and time, could be very,very dangerous for our great country.We had better pay attention on this one.

  7. Ron W Says:

    A slave state Gov, no thanks!

    Any politician who doesn’t fully support and OBEY the RIGHT of the People to Keep AND CARRY the means of self-defense is UNFIT to be the SERVANT of a free and self-governing people.

    Why should we accommodate and pay for the armed defense of our EMPLOYEES when they want us to DISARMED? I find that utterly preposterous!!