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Gun Rights and the 2010 House Races

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Using letter grades assigned by the National Rifle Association, the Independence Institute's David Kopel (read his Reason archive here) has a highly detailed breakdown of what the upcoming House elections might mean for gun rights. It's not an easily excerpt-able document, so why not read the whole thing for yourself over at The New Ledger.

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  1. It’s not an easily excerpt-able document, so why not read the whole thing for yourself over at The New Ledger.

    Laziest post award winner!!!

  2. not easy to excerpt or understand.

  3. Barbara Boxer has an anti-Fiorina ad running that says Carly is “too extreme for California” because she wouldn’t ban “assault weapons”….. Thanks Ms. Boxer — I wouldn’t have guessed that Fiorina might be worth voting for without your help.

  4. Mr. Kopel should have also taken the opportunity to castigate the NRA for refusing to grade third-party candidates even when there are clearly better 2nd Amendment supporters in races than the R or D. Virginia’s 11th district is a good example this year.

    1. The NRA routinely ignores third party candidates because they are “unelectable”.

      Likewise they favor incumbents over challengers with equal NRA scores.

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