Sunday, January 17, 2010

Aaron Dorr at Fort Dodge, IA

Yesterday Aaron Dorr at candidate forum I pointed out that the Fort Dodge paper had a little bias labeling the Iowa Gun Owners as a "conservative" group.

They return and gave some details on Aaron's speech.
A firearms ownership group hopes to make 2010 the year in which it becomes easier for Iowans to carry concealed weapons.

Aaron Dorr, executive director of Iowa Gun Owners, told a Fort Dodge audience Saturday that a ''real right to carry bill'' has been introduced in the state House of Representatives.
They dropped the conservative label for the group and reserved it for the candidates (I'm sure they will use "liberal" to define the democrats next time).
He said Iowans' right to bear arms under the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution doesn't amount to much as long as sheriffs can limit who gets a permit to carry concealed weapons.

''We are sick and tired of having to beg for these God-given rights,'' he said.
Some commentors are at odds with that statement. And they vote.

More at Dorr: ‘Guns save lives’

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