Plenty, according to public affairs director Andrew Arulanadam, before getting into the nitty gritty of . . . Mexican drug cartels getting their illegal guns from Central America. (Why does the NRA care? Because that means the guns are not from the US as a result of its NRA-supported gun policies.)
The WashPost has a profile today of the Obama administration's point man on guns, Steve Croley, who, like Obama, is so hands-off on gun policy that he hardly spoke when the White House had a task force meeting after U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' shooting.
The NRA still hasn't met Croley, partially because it turned down an invite to that post-shooting meeting.
Says the Post: "The National Rifle Association, the powerful opponent to any gun restrictions, has yet to make Croley's acquaintance. "He has had zero interaction with us," said Andrew Arulanandam, the NRA's director of public affairs. One reason for that lack of interaction: The NRA turned down an invitation to the March 15 session that Croley attended."
Bonus trivia: Croley is also a documentarian, along with his wife Bridget McCormack, the sister of "Private Parts," "West Wing" and "In Plain Sight" star Mary McCormack.