Wayne LaPierre on American Values

"Something is just not right. The core values that we believe in, the things we care about most, are slipping away." Wayne LaPierre spoke those words at the 2014 NRA Annual Meetings in Indianapolis, Indiana as he asked, "What in the world has gone wrong with our country?" LaPierre reminded that the good guys still exist, and that NRA is America's national movement to restore core American values. "We're the good guys — good, decent, honest men and women." View the TV spots here.

We the People undersigned here, do hereby declare our solemn commitment to our unalienable individual rights, as bestowed by our Creator as the birthright of all free people, as set down by America’s Founding Fathers in the Bill of Rights, and as enshrined by the Framers in the Constitution of the United States of America:

Freedom of speech. Freedom of religion. Freedom of assembly. Freedom to petition our government for redress of grievances. The right to privacy and security in our persons, houses, papers and effects. The right to trial by jury. And all the individual freedoms set down in the Bill of Rights – which were won and are now guaranteed by Americans’ first freedom: the Second Amendment right of the people to keep and bear arms to defend themselves, their families, their nation and their freedom.

To secure these rights, we hereby put our duly elected representatives on notice that through our voices, through our votes and through every lawful means necessary to defend them, we will STAND AND FIGHT.