Saturday, December 22, 2012

The NRA proposal to put more guns in schools comes under review

Posted By on Sat, Dec 22, 2012 at 9:25 AM

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Sometimes, who needs words? A friend sends from the Facebook Timeline of Occupy Portland.

UPDATE: Is being a pro-NRA gun nut automatically a winner politically? Asa! thinks so and many Arkansas politicos think so little of Arkansas voters that they agree with him. Maybe they're right.

But when a Rupert Murdoch newspaper, part of the Fox News cabal, has a front-page headline like this, you have to wonder if some of the worms are turning.

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Gotta like the Daily News, too.

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PS — Re the politics of gubernatorial candidate Asa!'s embrace of gun nuttery. Dustin McDaniel has tried to be a gun nut, too, so any chance he'd try to differentiate himself is probably remote. But it would be a good way to build some cred with women voters, traditionally more inclined to favor gun control, given his recent episode,

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