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NRA Rep Raps Ad Re: Obama Kids

A National Rifle Association ad criticized by both Republicans and Democrats is now taking flak from a leader of the organization itself. Jim Baker, director of federal affairs for the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action, told Reuters that the ad referencing President Obama’s children was “ill-advised” and not “particularly helpful” to the group's cause. “I think the ad could have made a good point, if it talked about the need for increased school security, without making the point using the president's children," said Baker, the NRA's top lobbyist in Washington/Mario Trujillo, The Hill. More here.

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