[Video] GOP Candidate Fires Variety of Guns at Copy of Obamacare in Campaign Video
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Alabama Congressional candidate Will Brooke’s doesn’t like Obamacare. However, he does seem to like guns.
In a campaign video, Brooke sets up a target, loads it with a copy of Obamacare and proceeds to unload on it with a variety of firearms.
It appears Brooke uses a Glock, AR-15 and a bolt action rifle to punch some holes in the bill.
Brooke measures the penetration each shot gets on the bill and then ultimately declares that more will have to be done to combat Obamacare.
I’m not sure where Brooke stands on other issues and I don’t mean to endorse him with this post, but I certainly like the sentiment of this video.
Here is some bio information from Brooke’s website,
Will is a Rotarian, a member of Leadership Alabama, the Society of International Business Fellows and the Federalist Society, which promotes principals of individual liberty, traditional values, and the rule of law. 57 years old, he enjoys hunting and fishing and spending time at his hunting camp in Hale County.
Further, according to Brooke: “Basically, I am a Republican, a Federalist (i.e., believe in a small, limited federal government), a fiscal conservative, a businessman with a breadth of experience, and a person who has spent an adult lifetime in positions of increasing leadership responsibility. I want to repeal and replace ObamaCare with a market based solution and do whatever I can to reign in federal spending. I am not a politician, although I have worked around them for a large part of my career, and am not dependent on election or re-election to allow me to feel good about myself.
I have always said that I would not run for office; however, I am at a point in my career and life where I can take on a new challenge without leaving anything hanging, and frankly feel compelled to quit complaining about how messed up Washington is, and go try and do something about it. I am very interested in using the Congressional seat to work with local leaders to promote economic development and address regional issues that haunt us here in the 6th District. I am a supporter of the Northern Beltline and am opposed to efforts to curtail use of our energy resources, such as coal and natural gas. I know I can make a difference in this District, because I know all the actors and believe we just need leadership to start making progress.”