Missouri gubernatorial candidate Eric Greitens, a former Navy SEAL who has been running the most military-themed state-level political campaign in modern memory here, is issuing "ISIS Hunting Permits" to emphasize his toughness toward the terrorist organization.
The campaign revealed the hand-sized stickers at an event this week and is now promoting them on Twitter and in fundraising emails. It reads: "ISIS Hunting Permit; Expires: When we defeat this evil." Along the sides are printed, "No bagging limit. No tagging limit." Greitens' gubernatorial campaign logo is prominently featured.
ISIS is one of several names used to describe the terrorist organization Islamic State, a top threat in the Middle East today. And, no, it hasn't been a topic of debate in the Missouri Republican gubernatorial primary contest before now.