Paul Helmke, Brady Campaign:
"What's in her mind and her heart are far more important than what's on her back, neck, or her ring finger.
So far, I like what I've learned of Kagan's mind and heart from her past writings and job experiences. In a way, they mimic her style of dress -- responsible, sensible, and utilitarian -- especially when it comes to her perspective on gun laws.
What we know is that Kagan, as a lawyer during the Clinton Administration, wrote a 1997 memo that led to an executive order banning dozens of imported semi-automatic weapons -- similar to the types of weapons that were used recently to shoot 10 D. C. youths in a matter of seconds. Kagan's decision made sense then, and it would make sense now.
We also know that Kagan spent four years working for President Clinton as both
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