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Statement of Socialist "Anti Gun Bitch"
Sarah Brady on the Bush-Cheney Ticket
U.S. Newswire 25 Jul 15:09

"Our main agenda is to have all guns banned. We must use whatever 
means possible. It doesn't matter if you have to distort the facts or even 
lie. Our task of creating a socialist America can only succeed when 
those who would resist us have been totally disarmed."

Sara Brady,
Handgun Control Inc,
In a letter to Senator Howard Metzenbaum.
The National Educator, January 1994, Page 3.

WASHINGTON, July 25 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Following is a statement 
by Sarah Brady on the Bush-Cheney ticket: 

"Dick Cheney was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives 
from Wyoming. In 1989, he left to become President Bush's 
Secretary of Defense. During his time in the House, his record was 
not only pro-gun, it was extremely pro-gun. He was one of only four 
members to vote against the ban on plastic guns, and one of only 21 
members to vote against the ban on cop-killer bullets. Here is a 
quick look at his record: 

"On December 17, 1985, the House voted to ban cop killer 
bullets, HR 3132, 'The Law Officers Protection Act.' It passed 
400-21. Cheney was one of the 21 to oppose the legislation. 

"In 1986, Cheney cast a series of votes on the McClure/Volkmer 
Firearms Owners Protection Act and its amendments. McClure/Volkmer 
was an effort to gut the Gun Control Act of 1968, and to prevent 
the ATF from effectively investigating rogue gun dealers and 
traffickers. Cheney voted against all HCI positions on 
McClure/Volkmer and its amendments, and voted for final passage of 
McClure/Volkmer on April 10, 1986. The measure passed by a margin 
of 292-130. He voted against an amendment (Transportation 
amendment, 4/9/86) that would have allowed localities to regulate 
the transportation of handguns within their jurisdiction; and he 
voted against an amendment (Sales, 4/9/86) that would maintain 
current law prohibiting the interstate sale of handguns. 

"On May 10, 1988, the House voted on HR 4445, 'The Terrorist 
Firearms Detection Act.' It passed 413-4. This legislation banned 
the production, importation, sale or delivery of non-detectable 
firearms made mostly of plastic. Cheney was one of the four votes 
against this measure. President Reagan signed this bill into law 
on November 10, 1988. 

"On September 15, 1988, the House voted on an amendment by Rep. 
McCollum to strip the national seven-day waiting period for handgun 
purchases from the Omnibus Drug Initiative Act of 1988 (HR 5210). 
Cheney voted for the amendment, which was essentially a vote 
against an early version of the Brady Bill. It would take five 
more years, and hundreds of lives lost needlessly, for Congress and 
a new president to pass the Brady Bill. 

"Clearly, the NRA had signoff on Governor Bush's choice of a 
running mate; there is no other way to account for the choice of 
one of the most extreme pro-gun legislators of the last twenty 
years. The NRA has already promised its members that, if Governor 
Bush is elected, they will be able to 'work right out of (his) 
office.' Certainly, if they get there, they'll find Vice-President 
Cheney welcoming them with open arms." 


Other HCI - Handgun Control Inc. "Words of wisdom":

"Our main agenda is to have all guns banned. We must use whatever means possible. It doesn't matter if you have to distort the facts or even lie. Our task of creating a socialist America can only succeed when those who would resist us have been totally disarmed."

Sara Brady,
Handgun Control Inc,
In a letter to Senator Howard Metzenbaum.
The National Educator, January 1994, Page 3.

Wow! Adds a whole new meaning to "making the streets safer",
doesn't it??

Our Fearless Leader:

"We can't be so fixed on our desire to preserve the rights of ordinary
President William Jefferson Clinton, 
March 1, 1993 during a press conference in Piscataway, NJ. Source: Boston Globe, 3/2/93,
page 3.

Our President said this! Ok Bubba Dick, then exactly which rights
should we NOT preserve?  Freedom of speech?  The right to vote?

Couldn't have said it better myself...

"Waiting periods are only a step.  Registration is only a step. The
prohibition of private firearms is the goal."
Janet Reno
Attorney General of the United States

Well, there you have it. Waiting periods, registration, then prohibition.  Do you still think they are out for the children and the
mommies?  Am I being paranoid?

More of the Ant's BS:

Our ultimate goal--total control of handguns in the United States--is going to take time ... The first problem is to slow down the increasing number of handguns being produced and sold in this country. The second problem is to get handguns registered, and the final problem is to make the possession of all handguns, and all handgun ammunition totally illegal."

Nelson T Shields Founding Chair of HCI, in a letter to Lucius Annaeus Seneca, Founding Chair of HCI - Handgun Control Inc.

"We're here to tell the NRA their nightmare is true! ... We're going to hammer guns on the anvil of relentless legislative strategy. We're going to beat guns into submission!"

Charles Schumer, United States Congressman
HCI Handgun Control Inc.
Board of Governors
On NBC Nightly News, November 30, 1993

"There is no reason for anyone in this country -- anyone except a police officer or a military person -- to buy, to own, to have, to use a handgun ... The only way to control handgun use in this country is to prohibit the guns. And the only way to do that is to change the Constitution.

Michael Gartner, 
President of NBC News
HCI Handgun Control Inc. Trustee
in USA Today, January 16, 1992

"If I could have gotten 51 votes in the Senate of the United States for an outright ban, picking up every one of them, Mr. and Mrs. America turn them all in, I would have done it."

Dianne Feinstein, 
United States Senator
HCI - Handgun Control Inc.
Board Member

"We believe that if any gun dealer, manufacturer, or gun owners wants to test the law in court, they should be given every opportunity. Arrest them. Put the burden on them to prove the law is too vague."

Louis Tolley, 
HCI Handgun Control Inc.
On HCI's position concerning the Roberti-Roos assault
weapons ban, 1991.

"We must be able to arrest people before they commit crimes. By registering guns and knowing who has them we can do that.  ...If they have guns they are pretty likely to commit a crime."

Mary Ann Carlson, 
Vermont State Senator
HCI Board of Governors

"For target shooting, that's okay. Get a license and go to the range. For defense of the home, that's why we have police departments."

James Brady, 
Husband of HCI Director Sarah Brady
PARADE Magazine, June 26, 1994


Editorial Note: I can say that I have had the distinct pleasure to meet, work for and brief Richard Cheney when he was the Secretary of Defense.  He is a fine man, a good man and a gun man.  He loves America and will fight for all of our freedoms, not least of which is our right to bear arms and to live free in America.  I normally don't make political endorsements and in fact I am a registered Independent, with strong Libertarian leanings, but I know Dick Cheney and he is head and shoulders ahead of most men I have know, not just other politicians.  Compared to our current VP, he is like comparing a Lorcin 25 to a M2 .50 Caliber Quad Mount "Ma Duce 4x50".  In fact there is no comparison.  I was going to say the only thing they have in common is that they are both men, but I will have to check with Tipper and get back with you on that one. :)

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