Jackson, Mississippi, City Council member Kenneth Stokes is calling for an investigation of a local gun dealer who posted a sign saying that people who vote for Stokes or President Barack Obama are too stupid to own a gun. "If this gun dealer feels that it's legal for him to display negative images of the president of the United States, keep in mind that he must have some kind of license," Stokes said. "We're asking the attorney general of the United States to do an investigation and let's see whether the rules and regulations have been violated."
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