Sunday, February 21, 2010

Speaking of bigots and fools,

...our data indicate that although many of them reported a "strong" familiarity with the NRA, most NRA disidentifiers in our focus groups had little personal exposure to the organizations with which they disidentified
(e.g., none had ever met an NRA member), and gained most of their information from media reports portraying the organization in a negative light. As one informant noted: "I don't know them, and I don't want to. I don't want to legitimate their existence by even acknowledging them. We are so far apart, we probably can't even communicate."

1 comment:

Mattexian said...

Here's an idea: mess with their heads. Tell them it's a Black gun owners' group, that it really stands for "Negro Rifle Association" and is dedicated to making sure no one ever deprives free men of their inalienable right to self-defense.