White House Hypocrites Chastise NRA for Ad on Gun Free Zones

M. Catherine Evans
The National Rifle Association produced a 35-second ad calling out the "gun-free zones for thee but not for me" hypocrisy of Team Obama. The video sponsored by an NRA advocacy group "Stand and Fight" pointed out the obvious--ruling class elites have the right to armed protection but not the rest of us. It rightly drew attention to the heavily secured private schools which gun-grabbing professionals and politicians send their kids to while denying other students the same benefit. The gun rights organization hit a nerve. The administration couldn't help itself from issuing a statement about the video before the President's gun control speech on Wednesday. Trouble is the rebuttal proved the video's point. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, whose children attend the same school as the Obama girls, managed to pile more hypocrisy onto the original hypocrisy. "Most Americans agree that a president's children should not be used as pawns in a...(Read Full Post)

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