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I don't own a gun, but I wanted to vote here anyway.
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I am asking this question because I heard a commentator say tonight that the NRA is the most powerful lobby in Washington and had serious power to influence the way our representatives vote.
I don't own a gun, but I am fine with the 2nd amendment. More than half my family members do and I love it when they bring home a big buck or wild turkey to share. I have eaten quail, rabbit and squirrel meat...All of which I feel better about than the stuff in the Styrofoam offered at the local grocery. Several women I know are the victims of stalkers and a few of them have acquired a gun for protection. I don't blame them. I probably would too seeing what they have experienced.
That said, I have seen a lot of crazy gun talk going on in here the past few months. It seems like there is some idea that if you don't agree with Wayne LaPierre, Ted Nugent and the NRA that Obama is "commin' for your guns!" that you don't agree with the 2nd amendment....I have suspicions about the NRA and the fear they are pushing as it builds up their bottom line. It is in their financial interest to convince as many people as they can to buy as many guns and as much ammo as they possibly can because of the above said fear...and if you disagree with them, then you couldn't possibly be a supporter of the constitutional right to own a firearm...
I call it BS.
So I was just wondering....As a gun owner and member of this forum, does the NRA speak for you?
*edited to add why I posted this in the first sentence*
*edit to the edit, to add Wayne LaPierre, who is the NRA face I am really talking about. I think most of us can agree that Ted is bat#hit crazy! LOL*
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