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  • "Arlen and I have been personal friends and sometime allies for more than 20 years," said Mr. Keene, who said that without Mr. Specter, conservatives might not have received key judicial picks. "We might well be paying higher taxes and our Second Amendment rights would have been in greater jeopardy than has been the case during his years in the Senate."

    Specter to run as Democrat for 2010 →

  • "Some of it's unconstitutional and other parts of it simply put burdens on honest citizens who have every right under the Second Amendment to own and use firearms for legitimate purposes," he said.

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