On Monday, the five candidates running for Republican National Committee chairman sparred in an, as expected, contentious debate. But--putting aside the party's future direction and literary preferences for a moment--let's take a quick glance at an a single question posed by debate moderator Grover Norquist: "How many guns do you own?" The answers, noted by the Daily Caller, ranged from current chairman Michael Steele and others having zero to former Ambassador to Luxemborg Ann Wagner owning sixteen, including pistols, a glock, shotguns, rifles and her West Point-attending son's assault rifle.
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