The Unholy Power of The NRA

Since I am finally doing baby steps around TwitterLand, I get to find more bon mots. This one caught my attention.

I would be a kind person if I were to say that Nikkii is just another thoughtful operative of VPC or CSGV, but in reality she is probably one young woman who might partaking too much on Extasis & Meth to form a coherent thought process of her own.

Her sentiment however is common among Anti Gunners and Lefties in general: If an organization has too much “power” and opposes an ideal they have, it should be illegal. This goes double if that organization is beating their militant tushies to a bright red without the help of the usual suspects. If i were to say that the NAACP has too much power over candidates and it should be illegal, every “Rights” organization would come after me, become Numebr One with a Bullet in the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Hit parade and I would end up in a DOJ investigation with FBI agents knocking at my door. Why? Because I happen to believe that the Second Amendment is as valuable as the rest and that the whole Bill Of Rights must be allowed to be respected by everybody and enjoyed by everybody equally. Now, this is important for Nikkii to remember because the problems will not go away when the NRA and its 4 million members & families are safely tucked away in a “re-education” camp somewhere but those problems will increase. When you are so willing to give any government the power to eliminate those who oppose you ideologically, you will be in fear the rest of your life of running afoul of that government’s ideological ebbs & tides and thus becoming its enemy.

Don’t worry, re-education camps are like Jello: there is always room. We’ll save you a spot.

One Reply to “The Unholy Power of The NRA”

  1. Poor Nikkii, it’s a little thing called a gigantic MAJORITY is why the politicians listen when the NRA speaks for us or they face removal from their elected office next time. Remember that we also have the Second Amendment. So you lose on both matters, the legal protection that we have to carry firearms and on sheer numbers (which by the way, does not override our rights if we were to ever become the minority because we are a constitutional republic, not a democracy). Please try thinking before spouting hate, vulgarity, and ignorant nonsense.




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