That's a big "oops" for a Democrat

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  1. Dave Workman

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    Fourth District Dem candidate reportedly pulls offensive shotgun ad

    A Yakima Democratic congressional candidate reportedly pulled an advertisement over the weekend that showed him firing a shotgun at an elephant-shaped piñata that even drew criticism from the group founded by former Democrat Congresswoman Gabrielle “Gabby” Giffords of Arizona for being “irresponsible and offensive,” according to Newsday.


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  2. coyote223

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    Could you imagine the outrage if a Repub had done that? You know Eric "I've got a Platinum Race Card and know how to use it" Holder would launch a Federal Investigation,,,
     
  3. Caveman Jim

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    I just wonder if he was tryin to attract the uninformed gun owners votes:confused:.
     
  4. Bacchus

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    He didn't plan ahead. I'll bet donkey piñatas are a lot easier to come by.
     
  5. 1337BaldEagle

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    I don't find that offensive at all, though I'm not a republican. I wouldn't be offended if someone shot up a porcupine pinata, or any of them for that matter. I don't take it as a threat. Those that are offended are over sensitive.


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  6. Bacchus

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    I don't either, but I do resent the inequity of the media and present "administration," as indicated previously:
     

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