GOA gives Frist a thumbs down, NRA gives him a thumbs up. As a TN resident I'm gonna say that MR Frist is NOT anti. Some bills he voted against had bad riders attached. The Tennessee Firearms Association has not voiced any opinion. I would suggest everyone look at my fellow Tennessean closely before attacking him.
Sorry for not being exactly on topic here. I've been going through my email list and contacting all the state and federal reps that I had addresses for. Amazes me how fast they can change their email address and how many time they all do it in a year. Especially the ones who are anti-gun every time they vote on a bill. Ya think they're tired of hearin from me?
Frist no friend of gun owners
Candidate for Senate leader has history of anti-firearms support
More questions have arisen about the GOP senator most likely to replace Mississippi Republican Trent Lott as majority leader, this time from gun-rights groups who say he is no friend of the Second Amendment. According to an analysis posted on firearms rights website KeepandBearArms.com Frist has a poor record of standing up for gun rights. And Gun Owners of America, a 300,000-member group based in Springfield, Va., has given Frist the grade of "D" in regards to his record of votes regarding gun rights despite his being a top recipient of donations from the National Rifle Association.
Y'all are going about it in the correct manner. A politician will go either way if his seat is at stake. Let them know which side their bread is buttered on. I miss the good ol' days when a politician stayed bought.
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