`When I was growing up in Tennessee, we had a saying for something that was so outrageous nobody could believe it: `That dog don`t hunt,`" says Chris W. Cox, the chief lobbyist of the National Rifle Association. The old phrase came back to him a couple of years ago, as Cox was plotting the NRA`s strategy for 2004. "I knew the Democrats were going to go after the pro-gun vote, and I knew their efforts would be full of bald-faced lies. We had to figure out a way to expose them."
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