We have a gun in one of our homes. It's not owned by me, it's owned by my son, but I've always considered it sort of mine.Anyone else snort smoothie out of their nose with that one? The orange-strawberry concoction burns sort of like the pains to which Mitt has gone to sound super-duper conservative for the super-duper redstate crowd. Seriously, I hope Republicans fall for that trap in the primary, because it's not going to happen in the general. The gun-totting, buy-beer-at-the-gas-station crowd isn't going to find his "[I joined the NRA] within the last year," but "I signed up for a lifelong membership" nonsense. Mitt being gun ho for guns is as credible as Dick Cheney's master weapon-wielding skillz. Would anyone feel safe hunting some doves with Mitt, either?
Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Mitt's Gun Problem
John Aravosis loves Mitt more than I do. He caught some great lines from the Mittster.