The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
"And that’s the message the NRA is relentlessly insinuating into the lizard part of our brains: Hang on to your assault weapons, your .50-caliber bullets and your 100-round ammo clips. You’re going to need them when the government comes to take first your guns, then you, away."
A poster child in every sense for the demented left.
What hole did that ugly witch crawl out of? With something like that out there running around you need a 155mm howitzer.
She's a clueless ditzhead who's only heard from liberal hacks that the NRA is The Boooogeymaaaan.She probably has no idea about other groups (GOA, JPFO etc.) and if she did, she'd probably have vapor lock and spaz right off this mortal coil.Maybe someone will buy her some annual memberships.
What libtards like this don't understand is that the NRA DOES NOT represent me! They are way too conformist, compromise my rights away too often, roll over and actually help our opponents to deny us our rights. F'm I say. My money is better spent with NO compromise groups like GOA and this Baptist belongs to JFPO, also.I guess we should let them believe that nra represents us, the less they actually know is probably better. You know, my bullets still keep falling out of them (high capacity) clips. Then my (assault) rifles will go on a rampage, firing themselves indiscriminately at registered democraps. Lions and tigers, OH MY!
I'd tell that bitch to die in a fire, but it looks like she already tried and failed.
She speaks of the supposed "lizard parts" of our brains. Looks to me like she may have lizard parts elsewhere. As for her *argument*, same old idiocy.
The NRA is the gun rights boogie man but the left wants people to think it is their gravest enemy - so that low information gun rights supporters think the NRA is something they should support. It's all part of their upside down backward ass projection campaign of disinformation lies distortion and confusion. Just as Hezbollah is a proxy of the Persians, the NRA is a proxy of the progressive left. The sooner that liberty minded folks figure that out, the better.
Why is it so hard for people think that the government can do evil things? More people have been killed by those with a badge/government authority in the 20th century than can ever been listed."You’re going to need them when the government comes to take first your guns, then you, away."Yes... Let's ignore the history of the 20th century where millions of people actually were taken away, never to be seen or heard from again...Maybe if the the Nazis knew that they'd meet a hail of gunfire every time they kicked in a Jewish door, history would have turned out differently.Yes, the Jewish family doing that would most certainly die in the ensuing gunfight, but better that, than in the camps six months to a year later after being worked to death, or experimented on.Another point: The antis should LIKE the NRA. The NRA are the people who want to negotiate, and want to compromise. The day the NRA fails (if it hasn't already...) will be a dark day in America.If they think that the NRA is such a bad guy, maybe it would be best they never learn of the 3% movement...
Well, uh, the NRA aside, the government actually does take your guns and then take you to jail. It is like an ugly hyena is telling you what a dangerous fool you are for carrying a rifle into the bush. "Put that down! You might get killed!"
That reads like a random number generator hooked up to a hoplophobe word array.You know what? I can save everybody the effort going forward. Here's an ACTUAL random catchphrase generator for the next time Ann Shoben wants to pollute the internet: http://williamchasejohnson.com/column/i-can-write-a-column-too.phpTook me about 5 minutes to program. Add some pronouns and dunk it a tank of children's tears for added empathy and boom: column written.
I don't have a lot of use for the NRA either. I guess she's never heard of GOA, NAGR or the non-lobbying JPFO to which many of us belong.Honestly, I don't count on any organization; I personally advocate on behalf of myself and the constraints written into our Constitution and amendments. I use email, and I've bookmarked the web forms for my Senators and Representative, who I also have on speed dial. Nor do I hesitate to call other Senators and Representatives at their DC offices (I don't mess with the switchboard or 800 numbers). Those calls account for most of my cell phone use.
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