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Krauthammer’s Take: Intensity ‘Infinitely Higher on Gun-Rights Side’ of Debate

 

The debate over gun control is not beneficial to President Obama, Charles Krauthammer argued on tonight’s edition of Special Report. “The attachment to this issue, the intensity, is infinitely higher on the gun-rights side, and I think it would easily translate. If it were a contest — who can raise the most money over this — the Democrats, the gun controllers, would lose big time.” 

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