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‘Which ice cream company wants to take away your assault rifles?’ NRA publishes list of anti-gun organizations and celebrities

Screen Shot 2013-01-07 at 9.23.48 AMIce creams companies, jean manufacturers, and Oscar winning actors all have the honor of being named by the National Rifle Association in the group’s newly released list of anti-gun advocates.

With hundreds of individuals, organizations, media companies, and businesses named, the group claims it organized its enemies list by identifying those who’d lent money, grassroots support, or any other type of direct support to anti-gun organizations.

Among the many famous celebrities gun aficionados may wish to boycott are Jack Nicholson, Sylvester Stallone, Dick Van Dyke, George Clooney, and even 88-year-old Lauren Bacall.

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Perhaps more surprising are some of the businesses and organizations, including theNational Spinal Cord Injury Association, the American Medical Assocation, Levi Strauss & Co., Hallmark cards, Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance, and Ben & Jerry`s Homemade, Inc.

Not even the American Association of Retired Persons was spared the NRA’s gaze.

Several religious organizations were also named, such as the Episcopal Church-Washington Office.
The Kansas City Royals baseball organization was also listed as being anti-gun.

Sweet tooth: Even ice cream makers Ben and Jerry’s made the NRA’s anti-gun list

Alongside the Gannet Publications and the New York Times, the NRA also cautioned against reading Motorcycle Cruiser Magazine

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