It's not often you see House GOP leader Paul "Skip" Stam being lampooned by conservatives.
But Grass Roots North Carolina, a political advocacy group that favors looser gun laws, is labeling Stam, Republican state Rep. Chuck McGrady and former GOP state lawmaker David Guice as "the three weasels of the North Carolina House."
The group charges that the "anti-gun" lawmakers didn't do enough to ensure gun rights in North Carolina -- and organizers are promising retribution in the 2012 election.
The group takes credit for ousting former House Democratic leader Hugh Holliman in the 2010 elections, saying he opposed the group's agenda, and for ensuring the election of U.S. Rep. Patrick McHenry, an ally.
Grass Roots North Carolina's Political Victory Fund is raising money to defeat Stam and McGrady -- Guice took a job in Gov. Bev Perdue's administration -- by entering donors in a gun raffle. First prize: A Glock 27. Other prizes include a Kahr Arms CW9, a custom made holster and concealed carry weapons classes.