Fri Apr 13, 2012, 09:27 AM
mfcorey1 (5,922 posts)
Santorum, Rmoney, Rick, and Cantor are speakers at NRA conference. Interesting but not
April 13 (Bloomberg) -- In his hunt for voters, Mitt Romney has talked about gunning for everything from “small varmints” to elk. It hasn’t eased nervousness among some firearms owners about the former Massachusetts governor’s fidelity to their issue.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee will confront those skeptics as he speaks today to the National Rifle Association in St. Louis. It’s a constituency Romney must win over as he tries to consolidate his party’s support before the November general election.
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The timing of Romney’s appearance -- three days after his chief competitor, former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum, suspended his campaign -- will work to his advantage as voters now see a two-man race between him and President Barack Obama.
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Fri Apr 13, 2012, 09:46 AM
intaglio (8,170 posts)
4. I wonder whether he has bought a gun yet
Or does he still use one of his son's guns when hunting "small varmints" (if he ever does)