I thought about the NRA but there you see the fundamental difference between a lefty and a righty lobby group.
The NRA appeals to logic. There is a Constitution, it says you have the right to bear arms. So their propaganda tends to focus on how they will focus on protecting your gun rights as a U.S. citizen.
PETA appeals to emotion not to logic. Really. Anybody who has tastebuds knows that just eating vegetables all day sucks. Its why little kids are always hassled by their mommies (and sometimes daddies) to eat their peas, broccoli, and carrots. No problems with fats, salts, and proteins. So PETA knows their fighting an uphill battle so none of their ads focus directly on their mission statement. Queue the naked women and artistically placed vegetables.
Of course the left appeals to emotion. When you're emotional, you're not thinking. No one ever gave up personal liberty in a fit of wisdom.
What I see in that article is a lot of reference to Obama's solid anti-gun legislative record, and then trying to claim he's not anti-gun because he says he isn't. So the NRA misfired because it referenced his political stances that are a matter of public record?
That said, I'm happy that the NRA focuses on logic and reason. I have no interest in seeing Wayne LaPierre in a carrot bandolier.
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