Gun-Free Presidential Debates

Gun-Free Presidential Debates

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Gun-Free Presidential Debates

PHOENIX, AZ –-( The lamestream media told you:

Look — over here — look, it’s economic policy, and jobs, and not enough jobs, and economic policy, and the debt, and the deficit, and government waste, and jobs and economics, and, and, and…

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

Not a single presidential candidate in any debate so far has mentioned guns. The Second Amendment — the number one issue for huge numbers of Americans, has been hidden from view, avoided, virtually censored, never raised.

Have you noticed, or has the clamor about economy blinded you so effectively?

None of the reporters ask where the candidates stand on gun rights. No one asks about Fast and Furious, or brings it up. What a great forum for confronting the Obama Administration on flat out malfeasance, and stonewalling, and felony gun smuggling for political ends. Won’t somebody raise the issue, just once, and get the nation talking.

By narrowing down the examination of the presidential contenders to a small handful of related issues, the public is being shortchanged, transparency is absent, and, and, and, we haven’t gotten a frickin clue where these people stand on the right to keep and bear arms.

Here’s betting that if and when the subject finally comes up, the wannabees mouth pablum, and the interviewers let them all slide without cutting deep. That’s an easy prediction — the lamestream perpetrators (accent on the last two syllables) don’t know enough about guns or gun policy to ask incisive questions.

OK, I’ll suggest one, “So, if you stand in such vigorous support of the Second Amendment, do you support marksmanship training in schools?”

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