Obama Romney

Could guns decide the election?

by American Firearms Review  |  published on November 5, 2012

You don’t often hear gun rights discussed by either presidential candidate. But thanks to an enormous get-out-the-vote effort by the National Rifle Association, the Second Amendment could play a big role in tomorrow’s voting:

NRA officials told Secrets that they’ve expanded their campaign against Obama in some cases by over 500-times what the Second Amendment lobby did in the 2010 elections that brought the conservative Tea Party to Washington. An official said the effort was on par with what the NRA did in 2000 when George W. Bush edged Al Gore in the Electoral College in part because of an unexpected GOP swing in gun states.

Whoever you pull the lever for tomorrow, please make sure you consider the NRA’s case…and always keep your Second Amendment rights in mind.

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