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The NRA Obstructs our 2nd Amendment "Rights"
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I am a Life member of the NRA but it is not for the purpose of letting them stand for my "Rights" it to keep my instructor certifications current.

Remember, It is not in the best interest of the NRA to have the issue of the 2nd Amendment settled as they would loose 10's of millions of dollars in revenue from the sheeple who think the NRA is standing up for their “Rights”
In 1981 we had urged the NRA to fight the law and their response was half hearted at best and we were told there would be no nationwide escalation of restrictions. Since 1981 there have been thousands of handgun laws enacted. Morton Grove was an experiment to see how far the anti-gunners could go and how much they could get away with. The NRA refused to appeal the Illinois Supreme Court ruling to SCOTUS

When are people going to get it, You hand over money to the NRA for their long list of compromises that got us into the situation we are in. Your money would be better served with a memberships in the GOA, FOAC, or other organizations that are taking a no compromise approach.

An Oath Keeper and Open Carry Activist, 1 of the 3%
Ed Stephan
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(09-07-2012, 09:28 AM)edstephan Wrote: I am a Life member of the NRA but it is not for the purpose of letting them stand for my "Rights" it to keep my instructor certifications current.

Remember, It is not in the best interest of the NRA to have the issue of the 2nd Amendment settled as they would loose 10's of millions of dollars in revenue from the sheeple who think the NRA is standing up for their “Rights”
In 1981 we had urged the NRA to fight the law and their response was half hearted at best and we were told there would be no nationwide escalation of restrictions. Since 1981 there have been thousands of handgun laws enacted. Morton Grove was an experiment to see how far the anti-gunners could go and how much they could get away with. The NRA refused to appeal the Illinois Supreme Court ruling to SCOTUS

When are people going to get it, You hand over money to the NRA for their long list of compromises that got us into the situation we are in. Your money would be better served with a memberships in the GOA, FOAC, or other organizations that are taking a no compromise approach.

An Oath Keeper and Open Carry Activist, 1 of the 3%
Ed Stephan
When I hear politicians declaring that the GOA, FOAC or another small organization cost them the election, or that fellow politicians have to stand up to them, or that XXX politician is in the pocket of one them, I might buy your argument. Until then, the NRA gets my money because they have the clout and the strength to influence politics. I just don't understand the need to denigrate the NRA to drum up support for the others. I hear it all of the time and it reminds of the people that want to ban ARs but are "pro-gun" because they have a Winchester 94 for the deer woods. Support them all.
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#3
I couldn't agree more.

There is no such thing as a "cause" organization that wants to see its "cause" achieved.

The NRA's business is trading small pieces of our second amendment rights for a "crisis" to raise money on.
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#4
I think the NRA would get much more accomplished if they stopped wasting money on postage for all of the junk mail they send out. It seems like I get something from them twice a week asking for more money.
"That’s no reason to cry. One cries because one is sad. For example, I cry because others are stupid, and that makes me sad."
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(09-07-2012, 11:48 PM)NuclearCujo Wrote:
(09-07-2012, 11:21 PM)6l6gc Wrote: I think the NRA would get much more accomplished if they stopped wasting money on postage for all of the junk mail they send out. It seems like I get something from them twice a week asking for more money.
I wasnt even a member for a month and received my 1st of several renewal letters.
You will get one every week. It's quite annoying. I hear I can be put on a do not solicit list from the NRA, can anybody elaborate on this?
"That’s no reason to cry. One cries because one is sad. For example, I cry because others are stupid, and that makes me sad."
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#6
In all honesty since I have been a member of the NRA I have not received anything from them asking for money in last three years. Maybe because I buy a shirt every now and then. I dont know, maybe they forgot about me. Wink
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#7
I want to renew using the discount /bass Pro $25 gift card.  Unfortunately, my daughter wants to renew hers for the pocketknife!
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