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8,000 People a Day Becoming NRA Members

Luscious Lars Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 10:59 AM
Another cynical thought is that they were buying lots of ammo to drive the price up, making it less affordable to the rabble outside of Washington, D.C. Maybe they thought that would have an effect on gun violence. It could be just another tactic which Obama was using "under the radar" with respect to gun control. We know about Fast and Furious.
alphonsejones Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 11:13 AM
except the laws of supply and demand will soon level things out. Initial spikes will result in increased supply

Ammo manufacturers are already said to be operating 24/7 and the latest reports are that billions of rounds have been produced and sold since messiah hussein was immaculated 4 years ago.

The real question seems to be what kind of spark might set off some level of civil disorder. Although the only threats have come from the left who, while likely all bluster have, promised to take to the streets if their messiah hadn't been reelected.

While I would suspect many on the left are cowards who will run and hide at the first outbreak of trouble, who doubts they won't hesitate to try and stir the pot

Over the past six days, the National Rifle Association has come under fire as somehow responsible for the horrific shooting that happened in Connecticut last week. NRA members and leaders have also received death threats. The civil rights organization waited to release a statement about the tragedy until the facts about what happened were verified and now, they're seeing 8,000 new people per day joining as members.

The National Rifle Association, while staying mostly quiet in the immediate aftermath of the mass shooting in Connecticut, has registered an average of...