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Friday, January 18, 2013

New Anti-Gun Ad Links NRA Endorsed Democrat Congressman to Newtown Murders



This advertisement is just abhorrently disgusting and saddening.

To somehow link a pro-second amendment Georgia Congressman to the mass murder in Newtown, Connecticut, because he received the endorsement of the National Rifle Association is petty politics at its worst and absolutely despicable.

Have these people no shame? Are they without decent and boundaries?

What say you?

1 comment:

  1. Way to go John Barrow! I stand with you. I fully expect Obama and others to demagogue this issue, but there has not yet been a single idea put forth that would have avoided what happened at Sandy Hook. Why don't we keep the kids out of this. If I am a gun owner and supporter of the 2nd Amendment I can on the basis of what happened at Sandy Hook convince my young grandchildren that if somebody on that campus was trained and armed, they might have either averted this tragedy altogether or at least reduced the number of innocents murdered. Do you think my grandkids who love me and trust me would believe me? You see, how we trusted adults condition children to respond to tragedies like this determine what they believe. What children believe about these issues will not save a single life. It makes me wonder how weak the arguments of the anti-gun people must be for them to hide behind precious, but obviously coached children to exploit people's emotions.

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