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Here Are the 46 Senators Who Voted to Turn Your Gun Rights Over to UN | The Gateway Pundit

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First one on the list! Make sure we consider this when we vote.



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Here Are the 46 Senators Who Voted to Turn Your Gun Rights Over to UN | The Gateway Pundit

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/04/here-are-the-46-senators-who-voted-to-turn-your-gun-rights-over-to-un/

First one on the list! Make sure we consider this when we vote.
Add Lautenberg (D-NJ) to that list...it's only 46 because he was not present that day.
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