I always love it when I get email from the NRA. But this morning, I received an email from the NRA that was truly special. It warmed my heart and I’ve re-printed it in its entirety for all my beloved readers:
“Dear Mike Adams: Thank you for ordering an NRA Gift Membership. We appreciate you sharing your interest in protecting and preserving our Second Amendment rights and promoting safe, responsible gun ownership.
Your credit card will be billed for $35.00 for a 1 Year Membership in the National Rifle Association with "American Rifleman" as your magazine choice.
Your online Gift Membership Application will be processed as quickly as possible!
If you have any questions regarding your gift order, please email us at email@example.com. Or you may call our Toll Free Membership Account Information Hotline at 1-877-NRA-2000.
Again, thank you for sharing your support of the NRA, NRA Membership Services.”
Until recently, I didn’t know I could give NRA memberships as Christmas gifts. I had never really thought about it until long after I got into a very nasty spat with terrorist professor Bill Ayers of the University of Illinois – Chicago. Readers will recall that my unpleasant exchange with the pipe bomb making terrorist was making its rounds on the internet around this time last year.
But Bill Ayers, seemingly feeling the Christmas spirit, decided to make amends with me on November 27th of this year. He sent me a Facebook “friend” request in an effort to bury the hatchet. I wasn’t very gracious in my response, which follows in its entirety:
“Sorry dude, I'd rather spit in your face than be your friend. You are a filthy sub-human terrorist pig. Do I make myself perfectly clear?”
Obviously, that was a very mean and un-Christian thing to say – even to a terrorist sociopath. But Christians aren’t perfect. And this “Christians aren’t perfect, just forgiven” non-sense really doesn’t go far enough. We need to repent of our sins. So I decided to repent by going online and searching for a gift for Bill Ayers.
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