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Why NRA members should vote to re-elect President Obama
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http://www.times-standard.com/davestancl...-president

AND I think this person is serious.....Shrug

Quote:Let's look at a great American manufacturing and sales success story that has played out in the last four years. Not just a little “Mom and Pop” feel-good propaganda piece either. No. Let's look at a business that has shown unparalleled growth during the last four years.

The statistics alone will give you goose bumps:

For the first time since 1993, there has been growth in this industry. Retailers can't keep up with the demand for this industry's product. One of the biggest manufacturers in the country actually had to quit taking orders for a while because of its massive backlog. It was the first time in that company's history such a thing happened.
The demand and pace for the products of this industry has never been greater. The sheer volume of orders is staggering. For example, two manufacturers, that have 30 percent of the whole industry wrapped up, have been running production lines around the clock, hiring workers and operating at maximum capacity since 2008.

One manufacturer, unlike many others in the country during these last four years, has seen an 86 percent growth spurt in the last four years. And it's only projected to get better, if you can imagine.
The manufacturer is pouring millions into research and development with big expectations for the future. For the industry, it's like a dream come true. At one point, prior to the last presidential election, stagnant sales were hindering growth..........

more to the article at the link of course......

Quote:The NRA, fatter today than ever before from donations that have poured in during the last four years of fear-mongering, wants a Republican in the Oval Office. I think they're making a big mistake attacking President Obama. It's like hunting down the golden goose.
In the first place, there's no way President Obama will ever get Congress to agree to any laws that would hurt, or in any way impede the firearm industry. Republicans and Democrats are both too afraid of the NRA's power to sway votes. The firearm industry has become America's sacred cow.

Which leads me back to why the NRA is playing the fear game again, this time around. It seems senseless, but to some extremists it's all they have. Fundraising is an important part of maintaining the NRA's political profile, and if they don't have a “red letter” issue to rally around, donations could fall off.

That's really too bad when you think about it. Everyone wants to stimulate the economy and promote American manufacturing, and the NRA wants you to vote for Romney instead of Obama -- who would easily guarantee four more years of thriving gun and ammunition sales!

As It Stands, if you're a member of the NRA who cares about seeing American manufacturing thrive, then cast your vote to re-elect President Obama!
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The NRA's American Rifleman this month has a cover that says "DEFEAT OBAMA"
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Valorius;35267 Wrote:The NRA's American Rifleman this month has a cover that says "DEFEAT OBAMA"

It's been saying that or something similar every month for the past year, lol. The NRA definitely disagrees with the writer of the posted text.
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Valorius;35267 Wrote:The NRA's American Rifleman this month has a cover that says "DEFEAT OBAMA"

I've been getting at least 4 emails a day for the past year from the NRA. All of them have to do with Fast and Furious and/or Obama.
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I guess no one told the local places here that manufacturing jobs were on the rise. They keep laying people off.

Granted, here in the us we are the number one supplier of .... We manufacture a lot of .... Let me get back to you on that one.
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Connal;35326 Wrote:I guess no one told the local places here that manufacturing jobs were on the rise. They keep laying people off.

Granted, here in the us we are the number one supplier of .... We manufacture a lot of .... Let me get back to you on that one.

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ByblosHex;35330 Wrote:
Connal;35326 Wrote:I guess no one told the local places here that manufacturing jobs were on the rise. They keep laying people off.

Granted, here in the us we are the number one supplier of .... We manufacture a lot of .... Let me get back to you on that one.


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Hopenchange? I wonder if this was serious or tounge-in-cheek...
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Interestingly enough, he's ignoring the fact that they can manufacture guns all day long and people can still lose the right to own or carry them. Shrug
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Connal;35326 Wrote:I guess no one told the local places here that manufacturing jobs were on the rise. They keep laying people off.

Granted, here in the us we are the number one supplier of .... We manufacture a lot of .... Let me get back to you on that one.

The US is number one among manufacturing economies, 6% ahead of China and 9% ahead of Japan according to the National Association of Manufacturers.

The US manufacturers 21% of world goods.
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I'm surprised Germany isn't in the top 3.
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