Thursday, September 25

The NRA's Biden Commercial Obama Does Not Want You to See

The National Rifle Association has come out with a couple of ads highlighting the Obama/Biden Campaign's anti-gun owner history. Here is the one targeting Senator Joe Biden's anti-gun record:

The Obama Campaign is feeling so threatened by these ads that they are actually threatening any TV station that agrees to aid one of their other ad's titled 'hunter'.
The Obama campaign has written radio stations in Pennsylvania and Ohio, pressing them to refuse to air an ad from the National Rifle Association.

"This advertisement knowingly misleads your viewing audience about Senator Obama's position on the Second Amendment," says the letter from Obama general counsel Bob Bauer. "For the sake of both FCC licensing requirements and the public interest, your station should refuse to continue to air this advertisement."

The ad, "Hunter," conflates Obama's anti-gun stances of the 1990s with his current, more pro-gun, stand, and was chided for inaccuracy in The Washington Post, an item to which Bauer's letter refers. - Politico
It is possible that they do not mention the other ads because they are not airing there or that they can't figure out a reason the ads should be pulled short of outright lying.

As it so happens, actions like this only further publicize the ads and it is his action to stifle the discussion that prompted me to post this ad, one that is probably not going to see much airtime anyway, but is definitely worth watching as Senator Biden, if elected, will surely back Obama's anti-gun efforts.

You can find all the videos on the NRA's website: GunBanObama
Barack Obama would be the most anti-gun president in American history. Senator Obama says “words matter.” But when it comes to your Second Amendment rights, he refuses to speak honestly about where he stands. In fact, Obama hides behind carefully chosen words and vague statements of support for sportsmen and gun rights to sidestep and camouflage the truth. - Link

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