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The National Rifle Association’s gun advocacy campaign has reached a new low. The organization recently released a video lobbying for gun ownership by attacking the first family. After their press conference lobbying for armed guards at schools, they created a video criticizing President Barack Obama for protecting Sasha and Malia with gun-toting security.

The video states:

“Are the president’s kids more important than yours? Then why is he skeptical about putting armed security in our schools when his kids are protected by armed guards at their school? Mr. Obama demands the wealthy pay their fair share of taxes, but he’s just another elitist hypocrite when it comes to a fair share of security.”

Sasha and Malia are not the first children of a President to have security yet they are the first to be criticized for it. Many believe the NRA is taking aim at the President’s family because he dismissed the group’s suggestion to put armed guards in schools.

The NRA’s failed attempt to glamorize the need for security for the first family has angered both critics and supporters alike.

What do you think of the NRA’s video attacking the First Family, Clutchettes?

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  • jermo

    Cant think of any president kids shot down in the middle of study, but know of 26 just last month and hundreds of others from other events, and u can seriously say there kids more n danger then our own. Take clips size down ban assalt rifles, an idiot practice with 6 round clips buy 4, now its 15 innocent lives tooken is that any better, can u tell that family sorry for you loss, but least it wasnt 30. Need armed P.O at every school. Sparatic shooting not prevented cause clip size. Our tax dollars pay for the president family to b well protected, but cant pay to protect our own.

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  • jermo

    Keep seeing dont compare president kids to our own, but i totally feel my kids are more important then any body elses (no disrespect to anyone else little ones) but my kids should b protected by the same means of, any one elses

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