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2008 POLITICAL ADS: GUNS

National Rifle Association: "An Outlaw's Worst Nightmare"

Producer: The Herald Group

National Rifle Association: "An Outlaw's Worst Nightmare"

 

Running Time: 00:45

Debut Date: 10/28/2008

Ad Buy: Ten key battleground states

 

Cost: "High six figures"

Summary: Chuck Norris and the NRA encourage voters to support candidates with pro-gun records.

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Script of "An Outlaw's Worst Nightmare" (TV)

(Text on screen: An outlaw's worst nightmare?)

CHUCK NORRIS: Hi, I'm Chuck Norris, a black-belt patriot. If some thug breaks into my home, I can use my roundhouse kick, but I'd prefer he look down the barrel of my gun.

Millions of other law-abiding American families also rely on their Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.

(Text on screen: Amendment II. A Well-Regulated Militia Being Necessary To The Security Of A Free State, The Right Of The People To Keep And Bear Arms Shall Not Be Infringed.)

Some politicians say they support your rights, but unfortunately, their voting records say otherwise.

(Text on screen: Wanted. Politicians Against The Second Amendment)

Protect your rights on Election Day. Check the candidates' records, and see who stood up for your families and who protected the criminals.

I'm Chuck Norris, and I approve this message.

ANNOUNCER [v/o]: Just let 'em try and outlaw those guns.

[Text on screen: Chuck Norris approved. Paid for by the National Rifle Association. Get The Facts At www.NRAPVF.org]

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