The Tennessee congressman sees no hope for background checks.
"I hope I'm wrong, but they're so owned by the NRA, it just will be astounding to me if he allows that NRA the back of their hand," the former senator said.
Gun control is such a heated topic so Susie decided to find out where people stand. Do they like guns? Do they agree with background checks? Check out Susie as she asks Americans all about guns!
He was for it, before he was against it. And he's on the Congressional Record.
Guns are simply inherent to the problem of domestic abuse--they are a root cause, an enabler and yet we do nothing about it.
There is no word in the English language that allows the sun to poke through the clouds, inspires cherubic song and makes lobbyists high five while lording over a beer-joint urinal on in official Washington than "bipartisan".
Gun Safety Battle: President Says 'Stand Up'; McConnell Hides Behind Filibuster
The chairman of the National Rifle Association-funded National School Shield Task Force on Sunday shrugged off traditional talking points used by pro-gun lobbyists and insisted that requiring background checks at gun shows "would seem appropriate."
Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham on Sunday became angry and shouted at CNN host Candy Crowley. Guess what had his feathers ruffled?
With the Senate set to vote on gun legislation in a few weeks, watch the ad and tell your Senators that you support universal background checks.
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