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How the NRA Stole Christmas

Highsider Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 4:26 PM
This is the next incremental step for the anti-gunners, stopping private sales at gun shows (which requiring a private party to conduct on another, would surely do). This is not in reaction to any problem that has ever been caused by such, rather it is the stepping stone they see as the next in their quest to ban first all private sales of firearms and then all sales of firearms period. For those who think a background check should be required for private gun sales, I would ask; Why then, not a background check for used car sales, since more criminal deaths take place each year from used cars than guns, not to mention all the accidental deaths from them. Continued next post

A day late and a dollar short best describes the National Rifle Association’s inept response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. As the nation’s most powerful defender of the second amendment (the right to bear arms), the NRA displayed cowardly silence for more than a week following the shooting. Then four days before Christmas, the NRA held ghoulish 30-minute press conference America would have been better off never witnessing.

Contrary to the banners held up by protesters at the event that read “ the NRA kills children,” it doesn’t but the NRA does do VERY bad public relations....