Sen. Enzi Foresees a Bullet Tax and Deadlock from the "Do Nothing Congress"

Senator Mike Enzi stopped by the Bozeman Trail Conference Center in Buffalo Wednesday to share his perspectives onthe future of our nation and our state with Pres. Obama in a second term (photo by Chris Foy).
Senator Mike Enzi stopped by the Bozeman Trail Conference Center in Buffalo Wednesday to share his perspectives onthe future of our nation and our state with Pres. Obama in a second term (photo by Chris Foy).
Sen. Enzi chats with Rachel McCaughey and Angela Jarvis of the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce (photo by Chris Foy).
Sen. Enzi chats with Rachel McCaughey and Angela Jarvis of the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce (photo by Chris Foy).
Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess talks with Sen. Enzi at the luncheon (photo by Chris Foy).
Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess talks with Sen. Enzi at the luncheon (photo by Chris Foy).

Senator Mike Enzi stopped in at the Bozeman Trail Conference Center in Buffalo Wednesday to share his perspectives on the future of our nation and our state. He said Americans can expect more of the same from the White House and Congress - much more of it.

The federal government's massive budget shortfall is something that Enzi said weighs heavily on his conscience.

Sheridan Media's Chris Foy asked the senator if he foresees any drastic changes to the country's firearms laws, based on the president's comments in the town hall presidential debate.

Enzi said he has the best voting record of protecting the Second Amendment in the U.S. Senate. In 2008, the National Rifle Association gave the senator a 92 percent approval rating for his stance on firearm-related issues.

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