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    Anyone tempted to see if our elected officials would help their constituents?

    Anyone tempted to see if the current administration would actually follow through in helping all us "sportsmen" out?

    Do you think they'd put their money where their mouth is?

    Ohh, lots of votes would be secured I bet


    From the White House page, where anything related to firearms is buried in "Additional Issues" of his "Agenda" and barely warranting a paragraph:
    http://www.whitehouse.gov/agenda/additional/

    Sportsmen

    President Obama did not grow up hunting and fishing, but he recognizes the great conservation legacy of America's hunters and anglers and has great respect for the passion that hunters and anglers have for their sports. Were it not for America's hunters and anglers, including the great icons like Theodore Roosevelt and Aldo Leopold, our nation would not have the tradition of sound game management, a system of ethical, science-based game laws and an extensive public lands estate on which to pursue the sport. The President and Vice President recognize that we must forge a broad coalition if we are to address the great conservation challenges we face. America's hunters and anglers are a key constituency that must take an active role and have a powerful voice in this coalition.
     
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