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NJ: Christie adopts a new posture on guns
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) spoke with Republican donors over the weekend in South Florida, urging them to be wary of presidential hopefuls who’ve flip-flopped on important issues.

Keep that in mind when considering the latest report on the unannounced presidential hopeful (thanks to my colleague Tricia McKinney for the heads-up).
Gov. Chris Christie said he would consider revisiting New Jersey’s strict gun laws if he had a Republican-led legislature.

In response to a question about his support for the Second Amendment, the potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate said that New Jersey’s Democrat-led Legislature has sent him only bills that further restrict these rights, many of which he has vetoed.

Comment by: jac (3/26/2015)
Christie is a RINO of the highest order. I don't trust him one bit on gun rights and will find someone else to vote for if he should ever win the Republican presidential primary.

Comment by: Mike the Limey (3/26/2015)
I have a bridge for sale to anyone who believes Christie's protestations of support for firearms ownership.
He's slated to become the next generation Bloomberg turncoat clone.

Comment by: Millwright66 (3/26/2015)
Kudos to to previous posters ! Governor Christie (IMNSHO) is yet another political tool in a long line inflicted upon New Jerseyians' by a political machine run amok ! Mr. Christie has no "interest" in gun rights for NJ residents beyond how it will position him for future political position. If the legislature decreed only muskets and flintlock pistols were legal Mr. Christie would endorse it ! Oh ! Wait ! Didn't a state-sanctioned prosecutor prosecute posession of a flintlock "Queen Anne" pistol ?

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