New NRA Ad Focuses On Obama And Clinton Gun Statements
New NRA ad features gun comments made by President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton. The “We Are America” ad targets controversial gun statements made by the two men who have both sat behind the Resolute Desk.
The NRA uses gun remarks made by both President Obama and Bill Clinton to prove the group’s stance about an assault on the Second Amendment. The gun rights commercial uses quotes which appear to denigrate gun owners, according to The Blaze. The statements are referred to as “arrogant” utterances.
Viewers are encouraged to make their voices heard in the Second Amendment debate. An excerpt from the new NRA ad reads:
“The arrogance of their superiority requires this reminder: They don’t rule us. They don’t give us rights. We grant them power. They don’t make us safe. We pay to protect them.”
The gun rights commercial by the NRA also notes that President Obama and Bill Clinton do not make Americans free, that citizens were already free. The pro-Second Amendment ad also maintains that as long citizens have the right to bear arms, we will always be free. The NRA will be running full-page ads in four states were Democratic Senators are facing a re-election battle, The Hill reports.
President Obama’s comments to a group in San Francisco in 2008 are referenced in the new NRA ad voiceover. The quote by the president reads:
“It’s not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion.”
The entire tone of the Second Amendment commercial by the NRA appears to center on the fact that politicians that American voters are essentially the boss, and all lawmakers work for them.
What do you think about the new NRA ad?
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