And I really do not give a shit.

This stupid idea that an organization’s mistakes means to have it disappear is asinine. I wonder how many of those who actually believe that line of bullshit own Ruger and Smith and Wesson firearms.

It took two or three years, ending with the Cincinnati Revolt to remove the old school NRA leadership. We are now in month what? Three?  Four? I hope it gets solved fast and Wayne finally leaves, but I am realistic enough that it won’t (can’t) happen in a snap of the finger, specially with lawsuit back and forth.

Stop playing Bloomberg’s game and I will stop insulting you. It is that simple.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

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  1. I still pay and I will continue to support the NRA, simply because they help keep the Repubs somewhat honest. No war is won flawlessly, though some people keep wanting that flawless victory or none at all. We may be speaking about constitutionally-protected rights in this matter, but when dealing with foes that consider life itself to be negotiable and sacrificial, our nominal Bill of Rights protections are chump change to their whims. Any victory that slows them down is necessary and welcomed, we can only keep fighting.

    1. Barry: I prefer that NRA spend my contributions on firearms education, which can include educating politicians. Provided that we all can agree that only honest politicians can be educated. The rest–that is, the majority–of politicians, will only take NRA money to support their own political ambitions.

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