Courtesy of links from a number of bloggers, we learn of a Washington Post article examining how many guns are owned by various contenders for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination.
There are 15 noteworthy contenders for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination. Together, they own at least 40 guns.
Some of them have been building their collections since childhood ... Others were city kids who didn’t own guns until later in life.
. . .
Two other city-bred presidential hopefuls — former Florida governor Jeb Bush and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie — don’t own a gun at all.
There's more at the link.
When you consider that several of my friends and fellow bloggers each own more than the GOP candidates' total number of guns, that information doesn't do anything for me. In fact, I know several individuals who each own more than that total of a single type of firearm (e.g. handguns, or rifles, or shotguns). The total number of guns they own reaches well into three figures. You'll therefore excuse me if I find the Washington Post's figures rather underwhelming.
(Besides, since when has the number of guns a candidate owns been any reason to vote for him or her? How about the number of cars, or pets, or shirts or socks or underpants? None of them have any political relevance whatsoever. I'm sure Bill Clinton owns rather more than one gun - being from Arkansas, it would surprise me greatly if he didn't - but that didn't stop him being a thoroughly and nastily anti-gun President.)