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Warning! The following is my opinion...

The plain and simple fact is that the vast majority of liberal politicians are for more gun-control. Many of the liberal voters who vote for them probably don't even think about their votes in terms of gun-control. Most probably give very little thought to the issue of gun-control at all. Current national polls show that the majority of Americans do not favor the passage of more gun-control laws, however the two front-runners for the Democrat ticket are both rabid gun-grabbers (although you can bet that they're steering clear of the topic during an election year).

I started this post by saying that this is my opinion, but it would not be hard to demonstrate my first statement. I've looked at voting records on bills before the U.S. Congress and in the legislatures of various states on gun issues (both gun-control on the one hand and attempts to pass Shall-Issue CCW laws on the other). By a severe margin, Democrats vote for more gun-control and against Shall-Issue CCW. Republicans, on the other hand, tend to vote against more gun-control and for Shall-Issue CCW, but often not by so large a margin.

Yet people vote for those anti-gun politicians. I can only conclude that most people don't give the matter of the right to keep and bear arms much thought. I suspect that they're voting for leftist politicians because they want the government to solve their problems for them. <--- again, my opinion :gun6:
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