Presumptive Republican Presidential Nominee John McCain was in Kentucky Friday addressing the National Rifle Association.
Early in the speech he made the statement that Democrats Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton are not friends of the Second Amendment. "If either Senator Clinton or Senator Obama is elected
president, the rights of law-abiding gun owners will be at risk my
friends - and have no doubt about it," McCain said.
That was one of many issues the Senator drove home today where he and his opponents differ. He also talked about the war in Iraq, the environment, and the economy.
This visit to Kentucky comes less than a week from the Presidential Primary on May 20th.