Paul was at the event to rally support from Kentucky gun owners. He addressed supporters saying:
"I don't have to apologize for supporting the second amendment. I support it and will continue to support it no matter what the liberals say," the Tea Party-backed Republican told a crowd of Second Amendment devotees, according to a report from The Daily Caller.
"The president says that you're out here in the middle of the country clinging to your guns and ammunition. What I tell the President is, 'We're clinging to our guns, our religions and our ammunition,'" Paul continued.