The image is a link to the following article incase you missed it like I almost did.
I assumed the keep reading part would be clear, so I’ll edit the first post.
I respect your decision @Tactical_Reviews but I can’t agree. The NRA may be the biggest most influential gun rights group on the planet, but they also appear to be the biggest most influential gun control group on the planet as well, or at least, the United States.
All the more reason to change things.
I sent them money and not only did they abuse that money lining their pockets but they also abused my trust.
I let my membership lapse and currently have no interest to jump right back in and send them money again. I don’t know what games are being played with them, but I won’t fund the very people who are selling me down the river. If I had known what they had done in the past, I would have never joined.
House does need to be cleaned over there, and when they get their act together, then I may reconsider. There are plenty of members left that can make their voices heard. We’ll see if the NRA cares to listen to those members they currently still have, and they turn themselves around, but until then, I won’t give them a dime.
Yep, they have been selling us down the river since they supported the nfa. I learned this only after being a 10 year member, after my congressman told me he was asked to support the 86 law by an nra lobbyist I stopped helping them and concentrated on the politicians, now I don’t waste time on any of them but concentrate on family and friends being ready for whatever comes.
Our guns are are as good as gone until Americans decide they are willing to make sacrifices for their Liberty instead of buying the line that laws can give security and safety.
Fastest change will come from defunding, maybe the only way as the french dude doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. The article is a bit deceptive when it speaks of divisions inside the nra keeping the money separate as that can be done by accounting gimmicks, something they are obviously well versed in! The ila did not start up till 1975, after the nra had already sold most of the 2A down the river, this is a nra issue point blank, playing the" separate" card only muddies the water and helps the crooks stay in place.
@RedAngel well said mama
Well said brother
Glad to see you active
https://gunowners.org/Gun owners of America
My belief for years!!! It’s the ONLY way! NO such thing as “TOO BIG TO FAIL”! They’ve already failed us many, many times.
They got too top heavy. The head is only interested in feeding the head at the expense of the body.
“Bar non, the NRA is the largest, the oldest, the most influential gun rights group on the planet. ”
This is what bugs me. They influenced the bumpstock ban. When the leader of the NRA was asked on the floor of congress in 1930’s I’d the ban being put forth was constitutional he replied “I haven’t given thought to that angle”. When they admittedly say they don’t think from that angle, and push for confiscation orders of stocks, it’s not compromise, it’s outright abandoning the people.
I won’t support them again
at least they got rid of the traitor north, but I will not send them a nickel…
When they challenge the bump stock confiscation I will send them my support