I had to take a look at the list of 13 “Victories” for the Brady Campaign of 2013, and I do find their standards of declaring victory to be somewhat entertaining.
In one case, they celebrate not being forced to own guns. In another situation, victory is filing a lawsuit. In several cited cases, it’s they didn’t file anything other an amicus brief. In another, they call a case they lost a victory because they are trying appeal.
While I won’t pretend that all of their victories aren’t actually victories for their cause, I will say that I hope we can make their 14 victories in 2014 look a little more like the examples I highlighted. “We showed up for work – Victory!” “The computer to type the fundraising email still works – Victory!” “We lost a case that can scare our supporters into giving money – Victory!”
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