Hey, it’s not MY question. This exact conundrum kicks-off Washington Post columnist Dan Milbank’s “sketch” of yesterday’s anti-terrorism hearings on the Hill. Any guess which way Mr. Milbank comes down on this one? “By George W. Bush’s standard — you’re either with us or against us in the fight against terrorism — NRA chief Wayne LaPierre should be just a few frequent-flier miles short of a free ticket to Gitmo right about now. Seems he and the rest of the gun lobby are fighting for terrorists’ right to buy firearms.” Whoa, Dude! I don’t think that’s exactly why the NRA opposes bills S.1317 and S.2820. You might want to read Aaron Titus’s testimony on TTAG. Or . . . just launch a smear campaign instead. “The NRA, restating its opposition to the bill a few months ago, said it is all part of a conspiracy by ‘politicians who hate the Second Amendment” and who “think that more gun owners can be placed on the list over time.'” I suppose the fact that they are doesn’t come into it. Anyway, what’s your take? Is the National Rifle Association the enemy within?