From Rough Sketch at The Washington Post:
Arizona voters who don’t pull the lever for Republican congressional candidate Pamela Gorman have this to consider: She just might shoot them.
Gorman, in a new ad, fires a machine gun and pistols scores of times as a goofy sounding announcer calls this year “our best shot at changing Congress. ‘Course that all depends on the caliber of our candidates.”
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Gorman, identified by the announcer as a “conservative Christian and a pretty fair shot,” is seen blowing up the word “TAXES” in a graphic. “Gorman, she can take care of herself,” the voice says.
A soft, feminine voice then says: “I’m Pamela Gorman and I approve this message.” The ad ends in a hail of gunfire.
Arizona Republican congressional candidate Pamela Gorman shoots four separate firearms, including an automatic rifle, in her latest ad.
The ad splices together glamour shots of Gorman, a state senator, with her firing off rounds in the Arizona desert.
[…] Gorman shoots two separate pistols and an assault rifle. And in one shot she is even instructing a boy how to fire a gun.The ad goes on to tout her 100 percent rating from the National Rifle Association.
Gordon is competing against a half-dozen other Republicans in the North Phoenix district’s GOP primary for an open seat vacated by Rep. John Shadegg (R-Ariz.).
Here’s the ad in case you missed it, kids: