Chicago Buyback a Bust

The 2009 gun "turn-in" day came out 5,000 short of last year. NRA Illinois Lobbyist Todd Vandermyde joins Cam Edwards by phone to talk about the significant decrease in public interest for this year's event in Chicago where Mayor Richard Daley offered $100 bankcards in exchange for firearms. Last year's event brought in over 6,000 guns while only 1,887 were turned in this August. Vandermyde speculates that a combination of factors including the economy, the anti-gun agenda of the Obama administration and general political climate contributed to the drastic shift in numbers.