The new ad campaign launched by the NRA is different than anything I’ve ever seen. I was watching the news the other day and saw an ad, it stopped me in my tracks. The words spoken by the narrator could have been my own.
It was almost like the first time I heard Rush Limbaugh on the radio, and I was pleasantly surprised that someone could so eloquently express the same thoughts that had been swirling in my mind for so long.
If you haven’t seen them yet, I hope you will. Here are the two that I have seen so far:
“It takes courage to be free — a special kind of backbone to reject the world that surrounds you, to sign your name where everyone can see it, to believe that there is always a right choice and an honest consequence.”
“That’s what it means to believe in America. It’s time to believe in the good guys again. We are the 5 million men and women of the National Rifle Association of America. Join us today.”
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