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NRA Delivers New Ad in Spanish

By Ed O'Keefe in The Trail:

The latest TV ad from the National Rifle Association invokes the immigration debate by suggesting that Barack Obama voted against a 2004 Illinois bill to provide additional legal protections to individuals defending themselves with firearms against criminals in citizen's homes.

The ad will air in both English and Spanish on broadcast and cable stations in Colorado, New Mexico and Texas through Election Day.

"Families should be able to defend themselves against rapists, drug dealers and other criminals illegally crossing our borders," says Andy Vaquera, who is described in the spot as a retired Texas police officer and NRA member. "But Barack Obama didn't think we should be allowed to use a firearm for self-defense. He even voted to allow the prosecution of people who used firearms to defend their families in their own homes."

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By Ed O'Keefe |  October 1, 2008; 2:08 PM ET Ad Watch , Barack Obama
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NRA YOUR SERVICES IS NEEDED IN AFGHANISTAN
AND IRAQ,PLEASE GO AND FIGHT FOR YOUR
COUNTRY BYE BYE.WE ARE SICK OF STREET
AND SCHOOL KILLING HERE,TAKE YOUR TOYS
AND YOUR POWER EGO,TO THE TAILBAN.
JUST STFU!

Posted by: LOCK & LOADED | October 1, 2008 3:08 PM

Thank you very much.

Necesitamos mas gente asi, gente que entienden la verdad!

Muchos gracias!

Posted by: Kukee American | October 1, 2008 3:54 PM

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