NRA's LaPierre: You cannot trust the White House on gun control

The NRA's Wayne LaPierre said on Fox News Sunday that "the public should not trust the White House to pursue limited changes to gun-control laws," as The Hill reports. Reminding viewers for comparison that ObamaCare "wasn't a tax until they needed it to be a tax," LaPierre could also have recalled Obama's keep-your-doctor, keep-your-plan, reduce-the-cost, reduce-the-deficit deceptions. Or LaPierre could have referred to Obama's telling the Brady group he was working on gun control "under the radar."  Or he could have recounted Obama's waiting until the day after his reelection to give the go-ahead to finalize the U.N. Arms Control Treaty, avoiding a pre-election challenge for openly supporting a gun-control treaty. LaPierre did refer to Sen. Diane Feinstein's (D-Cal.) proposed legislation, which would outlaw many rifles, shotguns and handguns: During the campaign when [Obama] said to people, 'I will not take away your rifle, shotgun, handgun.' They leafleted the...(Read Full Post)