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NRA Built Massive Gun Owner Database
#1
If true it's a tad unnerving

http://www.buzzfeed.com/stevefriess/how-...gun-owners

Read the story, this isn't just their members, they are getting data from wherever they can.

And of course now the liberal media is jumping all over it:

http://maddowblog.msnbc.com/_news/2013/0...ed-against
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#2
I like the comments....Dodgy

Quote:"I'm 54 years old, have lived in the United States for 54 years, and I've NEVER come across a situation where I needed, or wished, I was carrying a weapon, concealed otherwise. I'm not particularly opposed to the responsible and legal carrying of concealed weapons. I believe however, that if you think it NECESSARY to always carry a concealed weapon in the United States, you're either looking at life wrong or you're going to the wrong places. I'm more than half a century of living proof that one does not NEED to always carry a concealed weapon in the United States." - douchebag

I don't know how some people can be so naive? Shrug
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#3
This is just a spin article.
With all the government spying it was only the next logical step that someone on the left would point at the NRA and say "Look, they're doing it too!"

Does the NRA collect anything different than the AGOA?
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#4
This seems like something one of these new allegedly "pro-gun except for..." blogs popped out in order to divide and conquer. Of course they have a database, they have to know where the fuck to send magazines and renewal forms. What clown didn't know that? Also, a court I think would have a hard time issuing a sopeana for such a database since people can support the NRA without necessarily being interested in owning guns themselves. I'm sure the NRA would just as soon destroy their database server anyway rather than hand it over to the feds. Any effort to procure it the NRA would heavily leverage like mad anyway.
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#5
Emoticon;116057 Wrote:This seems like something one of these new allegedly "pro-gun except for..." blogs popped out in order to divide and conquer. Of course they have a database, they have to know where the fuck to send magazines and renewal forms. What clown didn't know that? Also, a court I think would have a hard time issuing a sopeana for such a database since people can support the NRA without necessarily being interested in owning guns themselves. I'm sure the NRA would just as soon destroy their database server anyway rather than hand it over to the feds. Any effort to procure it the NRA would heavily leverage like mad anyway.

^^^THIS^^^

Its a non story written for the low info voter who is desperate to have someone OTHER than their beloved Ohblowme/huge government be the right to privacy violator. This thing is a windmill punch thrown by the left, nothing more. Hell, they may as well write a story that Publishers clearing house has a massive database on home addresses and they know what you read.

Repped.
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#6
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[quote]"I'm 54 years old, have lived in the United States for 54 years, and I've NEVER come across a situation where I needed, or wished, I was carrying a weapon, concealed otherwise. I'm not particularly opposed to the responsible and legal carrying of concealed weapons. I believe however, that if you think it NECESSARY to always carry a concealed weapon in the United States, you're either looking at life wrong or you're going to the wrong places. I'm more than half a century of living proof that one does not NEED to always carry a concealed weapon in the United States." - douchebag
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Comments like this are a slap in the face to the 10's of thousands of people who are victims of criminals every year. It is also an extremely egocentric comments that assumes that since nothing bad ever happens to me every one else must be good.

A very self centered comment.


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#7
The liberal regime didn't mail you an autographed copy of this book? Get with the times man! Your thinking is obsolete! This guy in the comment knows the score!

http://www.amazon.com/The-Secret-Rhonda-...1582701709

Didn't you know if you're a woman and get raped, its because you secretly wanted it? The Japanese really secretly wanted a tsunami to wipe them out too! It's an NYT best seller and one of the best selling books of all time! It should tell you a lot about the the way the American people these days think that so many people buy into the "speak no evil, hear no evil, see no evil" way of thinking.
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#8
They are like any other marketer.
They build their database and know who to target to get new members and raise funds for lobbying.

The issue is what happens when the gov't does it.
A gun rack in a pick-up is not for holding guns. Its a place for women to hold on to. Smile
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