Firearm Store posts notice Obama voters are not welcome

Cope Reynolds, owner of the Southwest Shooting Authority in Pinetop, Arizona posted his new store policy in his local newspaper as an advertisement. He also posted a sign on his front door. What is the new policy of SSA? According to the sign, “if you voted for Barack Obama your business is not welcome at Southwest Shooting Authority. You have proven you are not responsible enough to own a firearm.”

The Southwest Shooting Authority is a family-owned, family-run business. The store was opened in 2004.

Southwest Shooting Authority newspaper ad tells Obama voters to get lost

“I’m a small business owner,” he said. “If you are dumb enough to vote for Obama again – after four years of this — I don’t think you are responsible enough to own a firearm. I don’t care who it makes mad.”

Read more: http://freedomoutpost.com/2012/11/gun-store-owner-to-obama-voters-your-business-is-not-welcome/#ixzz2Cd2Lpg9R

One Response to Firearm Store posts notice Obama voters are not welcome

  • Frank Lefler says:

    The following is an email I received from Senator Blunt regarding the UN Arms Treaty discussions under way in which Obama and Clinton seem to want to turn our 2nd Amendment rights over to the UN. Take if for what it is worth. I have yet to receive a reply from our other newly elected Senator. I forget her name!

    Dear Frank,

    Thank you for your letter on the United Nations discussion of a Small
    Arms Treaty.

    As you know, some at the U.N. have long favored ways to limit
    individual arms ownership. The Arms Trade Treaty seeks to control the
    international trade of conventional weapons. On October 14, 2009,
    President Obama overturned the Bush Administration’s previous decision
    to oppose such a treaty in favor of national controls.

    I am a strong defender of our Second Amendment rights. The right of law-abiding citizens to own firearms is an individual right guaranteed by our Constitution and upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. The most basic right of Americans is the ability to defend themselves and their families, and I’ve consistently voted in favor of preserving our constitutionally protected right to own firearms as law-abiding citizens. This is why I have signed onto a
    letter with Senator Moran to President Obama opposing ratification of
    this treaty.

    U.N. Treaties and resolutions shouldn’t be signed just to make U.N.
    bureaucrats feel useful. The U.S. Senate has a constitutional
    responsibility to consider treaties and resolutions on the basis of
    their value to our country, not those of other countries or global
    organizations. Should legislation addressing a “Small Arms Treaty” be
    submitted to the Senate, I will strongly oppose it.

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