In probably one of the stupidest and biggest waste of money I've ever seen in attacking Senate
Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, is that from gun control fanatics and Second Amendment trashers - The Progressive Change Campaign Committee.
Politico reported the group has spent over $100,000 attacking McConnell on gun control ... in Kentucky. Not only are they incredibly ignorant, but they have actually strengthened McConnell, who will defiantly, and to his benefit, wear it as a badge of honor.
Here's what the midget co-founder of this obscure group said, “Mitch McConnell is fundamentally out of step with voters back home and we will hammer him over and over again until he stops obstructing progress. Let the political world be clear: If Mitch McConnell from the red state of Kentucky is not immune on the gun issue, no Republican politician is immune.”
McConnell campaign manager Jesse Benton responded, saying this in a statement:
“Senator McConnell is committed to protecting the Constitutional Rights of every single Kentuckian,” McConnell campaign manager Jesse Benton said in a statement. “Far-left George Soros funded groups are dead-set on eroding our rights and have put a big target on his back, but they will not weaken Leader McConnell’s commitment to principle.”
Maybe they should have waited for the recent vote of the Kentucky senate which nullified any federal gun laws, orders, rules or regulations enacted by government officials.
What these quacks are doing is using the term "assault" and "weapon" in the same phrase, as if the words have anything at all to do with semi-automatic or automatic rifles.
The truth is under 400 people a year in the entire United States, as of 2009, were murdered using a rifle of any kind. That's out of over 9,000 deaths coming from guns. There isn't really any such thing as an assault weapon in the hands of all the law-abiding American citizens, and even the criminals use them seldom to murder people.
All politics are in truth becoming local. There is no doubt Mitch McConnell has just got a boost in the minds of the people of Kentucky in supporting the Second Amendment and the right to bear arms and protect our families.