From tea bags to death panels, from thick thousand-page binders to "don't tread on me" signs, Republicans have developed some creative ways to visually represent their opposition to health care reform. Now, a conservative group has conceived a new novel way for angry Republicans to express their opposition to ObamaCare.
The Commonwealth Foundation is inviting Pennsylvania candidates for Senate and the governorship "to a shooting range to fire bullets into a junker that represents policy ideas it opposes." The conservative foundation is billing its FreePA event as a "celebration of the freedoms we enjoy but are under attack by Harrisburg and Washington." They argued the event embodies both "a healthy love for the right to keep and bear arms and CF's habit of welcoming debate on the issues":