"Now, there`s nothing too unusual about a politician who panders," writes Andrew Stuttaford, "but there is something disconcerting about what Kerry`s outreach to outdoorsmen reveals about his view of their political sophistication. They are, Kerry appears to think, simpletons who can be won over by sportsman`s tales . . . and the illusion that the senator`s supposed fondness for hunting signals a deep belief in the Second Amendment-an amendment that has, in fact, far more to do with the right of self-defense than the ability to chase, or crawl, after deer."
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