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CNN Poll Agrees

If Paul Helmke had a cow over Gallup for releasing a six month old poll now, he’s really going to lose his lunch over the CNN poll that says the same thing.

Since 2001, most Americans have favored stricter gun laws, though support has slightly dropped in recent years: 54 percent favored stricter laws in 2001, compared with 50 percent in 2007, according to Gallup polling.

Now, a recent poll reveals a sudden drop — only 39 percent of Americans now favor stricter gun laws, according to a new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll.

It will no doubt create a Maalox Moment over at the Brady Campaign offices.  I would suggest the maximum relief chewables.  They have a calming, candy like flavor, and they are a good source of calcium.

4 Responses to “CNN Poll Agrees”

  1. Matt Groom says:

    Heartburn? I hope this gives them a stoke.

  2. Sebastian says:

    I think getting them stoked is the last thing we want :)

  3. ATL says:

    This isn’t so much about how the Brady’s are insipid douche-bags, but how badly Pelosi fumbled with her “compromise” statement on “Good Morning America.”
    I truly believed she thought she was on the right side of this issue now after all these horrific events. The Democrat mantra of “never letting a good crisis go to waste” played right into this angle. How wonderful to see her utterly fail and all the others who nodded in approval in the Democratic House. What a serious fumble- this is right up there with the geniuses in the White House who said that Obama didn’t bow to King Abdullah- Friggin’ Beautiful!!

  4. Mad Saint Jack says:

    I can’t decide if it is sad or funny that Huff Post has an “AK-47” tag.

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