nra cowards

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This ad has not been the NRA’s most successful PR outing, it would seem. So how are they dealing with the backlash? As NBC News’ Mike O’Brien reported, an NRA spokesman has words for the critics, saying, “Whoever thinks the ad is about [President] Obama’s daughters are missing the point completely or they’re trying to change the subject.”

Topping the list of the people who think the ad is about the president’s daughters are the people who made the ad for the NRA. Topping the list of the people who are trying to change the subject is that NRA spokesman.

Oh well, so much for having the courage of one’s convictions.

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One thought on “nra cowards

  1. hamock myson

    here’s another example:

    Ohio Board of Education President Debe Terhar has said she wasn’t comparing President Obama’s gun control proposals to Nazi Germany when she posted on Facebook a photo of Adolf Hitler with the quote, “Never forget what this tyrant said: ‘To conquer a nation, first disarm its citizens.'”

    that’s like saying that the indy 500 is not about cars

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