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The NRA: Representing More Than the Second Amendment

AmyDB Wrote: May 06, 2013 2:11 PM
There are no private _DEALERS_ eric. There are owners who wish to sell off privately owned property. Doesn't matter if it's firearms, fertilizer, land or vehicles. If one is a dealer then one is licensed either at the federal level or the state level to ensure proper & just actions by those _DEALERS_. I don't have a problem with someone selling privately owned property as they wish to whom they wish. BTW you're wrong, if you own your own plane or you have a friend who owns a plane you do not have to go thru the security line to fly your plane or ride in a friend's plane. My bytch is the infringement of the government into private ownership & the disposal of _PRIVATE_ property. If a given person makes their living thru purchase & disposal of property then they should have to have a license as a dealer of said property.

HOUSTON, TX. - If you’ve been to any of the National Rifle Association’s annual meetings, you’ll understand what I mean when I say the gathering is a true representation of what makes America exceptional.

This year, the NRA held its annual meetings and convention in Houston and was attended by more than 85,000 people. Last year it was held in St. Louis and the year before in Pittsburgh. Over the past few months, the NRA has seen their membership balloon and just last Friday, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre announced the organization has reached 5 million...