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Booker: I’m not afraid of law-abiding gun owners
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I would love to see where they get this 74% or X% of NRA members want more gun control. Once again, they are making up facts to support their point.
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Philadelphia Patriot;58986 Wrote:I would love to see where they get this 74% or X% of NRA members want more gun control. Once again, they are making up facts to support their point.

Golly, I wouldn't be so sure. Have you ever engaged these people? And I mean, just look at some of the PAFOAn NRA members who are satisfied with existing restrictions or other restrictions (maybe so long as there is a trade?) Hell, every once in a blue moon, even those people you thought were hardcore slip up and seem accepting of something they ought not and would never have been thought to be accepting of.

The problem is that the majority of NRA members are not interested in a right that protects the fountain of power in the people, and most of the people you are going to poll from the NRA on the street (dues paying and little else members) are going to say "ok, let's background check private sales, especially after all those shootings" or maybe "lets do more complete mental health checks/records consolidation/collection". That's still "more gun control" for the purpose of a poll.

It's just a sad fact that the NRA is a gun-rights strawman aptly used by gun control zealots, an organization deleterious to any interest toward righteous liberty that we may have, and the majority of its members are uninterested in freedom for the People or a well-regulated government.
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MDJschool;59040 Wrote:
Philadelphia Patriot;58986 Wrote:I would love to see where they get this 74% or X% of NRA members want more gun control. Once again, they are making up facts to support their point.

Golly, I wouldn't be so sure. Have you ever engaged these people? And I mean, just look at some of the PAFOAn NRA members who are satisfied with existing restrictions or other restrictions (maybe so long as there is a trade?) Hell, every once in a blue moon, even those people you thought were hardcore slip up and seem accepting of something they ought not and would never have been thought to be accepting of.

The problem is that the majority of NRA members are not interested in a right that protects the fountain of power in the people, and most of the people you are going to poll from the NRA on the street (dues paying and little else members) are going to say "ok, let's background check private sales, especially after all those shootings" or maybe "lets do more complete mental health checks/records consolidation/collection". That's still "more gun control" for the purpose of a poll.

It's just a sad fact that the NRA is a gun-rights strawman aptly used by gun control zealots, an organization deleterious to any interest toward righteous liberty that we may have, and the majority of its members are uninterested in freedom for the People or a well-regulated government.

I haven't seen a poll of NRA members to determine what, if any, gun control measures they would support.

It would be helpful if the NRA would poll its members and provide hard numbers to prevent misinformation.
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