I'm not attacking any pro-gun policy supported by the NRA (and that's what distinguishes me from Piers Morgan, btw). I'm attacking their advertisement, which was silent on the issues of gun bans, EBRs and >10 round magazines.
The ad probably generated some money, but at what cost to public opinion and long term goals?
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