The NRA's Jump-the-Shark Ad Using Obama's Daughters and Attacking Him as "Elitist Hypocrite" Could Backfire

January 2013
Moderate Voice;01/16/2013, p17
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The article reports that the National Rifle Association of America (NRA) has criticized U.S. President Barack Obama regarding his gun control views in the U.S. The NRA through an advertisement has called Obama a hypocrite for allowing his daughters to be protected by the Secret Service. Republicans may sympathize with the NRA's opposition to Obama's proposals.


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