Gun rights rally at Connecticut Capitol part of national movement
By Christine Stuart * January 19, 2013 * At:
Photos: Christine Stuart / CT News Junkie
Andrew Purchia, of the Connecticut Minutemen, said it’s pretty clear to him that the 2nd Amendment means the right to bear arms couldn’t be “granted or taken away, but is a God given natural right.” Purchia called the AR-15 “our modern musket.”
Attorney Martha Dean, a supporter of the 2nd Amendment who, during her campaign for attorney general in 2010, advocated firearms training for children, said “no responsible gun owner in Connecticut or in America opposes laws, firearms laws that are aimed at a true problem and that actually work to solve or fix the problem without infringing on core, core rights.”
“The risk we face is not the risk of losing another classroom to a lone madman? No,” Dean said. “The real risk we face is losing a generation of kids. The future of all kids in America to the slave chains of debt and impending despotism.” The crowd cheered.
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