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Letter: It’s not what they say, it’s how they vote

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

Not everyone supports the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. U.N. Resolution 2117 (U.N. Small Arms Treaty—which all members signed except Russia) lists 21 points dealing with firearms control and #11 calls for member states to support weapons collection and disarmament of all U.N. countries (which includes America). The U.S. Senate Amendment 139 to this resolution was added to “Uphold Second Amendment rights and prevent the United States from entering into the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty.” It passed the Senate 53-46. Sen. Warner voted against this amendment to uphold Second Amendment rights.

Senate Bill 744—Immigration Reform grants immediate legal status for most illegal immigrants in the U.S. An amendment was proposed by Sen. Paul to first “Secure the Border” before processing “provisional immigrants.” Sen. Warner voted with Sen. Reid to kill this amendment.

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