Election Day Gun Sale At Johnson Firearms in Wynwood
Michael E. Miller
For most people, putting out signs on Election Day means touting the politician of their choice. At Johnson Firearms in Wynwood, however, it means selling guns. But that's not to say there's nothing political about it.
Across the country, manufacturers and vendors are preparing to sell firearms like hotcakes if Barack Obama is re-elected today. Needless to say, a win by Mittens wouldn't do Miami gun shops nearly as much good.
"If Mitt Romney is elected and there's no perceived threat on the freedom to own guns, people might decide to spend disposable income on things like outerwear instead," Joe Arterburn, a spokesman for outdoor gear retailer Cabela,told the Wall Street Journal last month
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