Wednesday, December 30, 2015

The NRA wants you to think they're on top of the fight against the "Red Herring" Ruling.

"NRA-ILA Working to Fight Recent Actions by Virginia Attorney General."
Here's the gist of it:
In response to Attorney General Herring’s action, NRA-ILA is currently working on legislation for the 2016 Virginia session to address the reciprocity issue. This legislation will require Virginia to recognize valid permits or licenses from every other state. Due to NRA’s past efforts, 18 states already have such a “total recognition” law. The Virginia legislation would further require the attorney general to enter into a reciprocity agreement with any state that requires an agreement in order to recognize Virginia concealed handgun permits. As the legislative session begins to unfold, we expect additional legislation to be filed in response to the Attorney General’s actions as well as the Governor’s previous Executive Order 50; however, we will continue to work with pro-Second Amendment legislators on viable solutions to solve the problems that this administration has caused.
Bovine excrement. The Lairds of Fairfax bloody well know that any bill they get passed in the near term will still be vetoed by the equally anti-firearm Clintonista governor.


Anonymous said...

I suspect there will be no veto. The NRA will make a deal for the sake of making a deal (kinda like obama did with iran) in order to claim the need for more donations to "win" more "fights" all while further cementing the permission slip structure.
Anyone remaining a NRA member at this point defines the old adage - A Fool and his money are soon parted.

Anonymous said...

Sometimes, you have to hit that rock several times with an eight pound sledge before it breaks. This is the first strike.

Anonymous said...

Not only that, but the Virginia Civil Defense League (VCDL) is much more effective than the NRA.

Anonymous said...

VCDL - Virginia "Citizens" Defense League

Anonymous said...

"A fool & his money..."

I understand the annual dues are going up in 2016. The Range Safety Officer re-cert. fees tripled a few years ago. It seems that noVA isn't feeling the financial squeeze the rest of the country is feeling... too close to that sucking sound that's DC.

rexxhead said...

Can't leave a comment on the NRA-ILA website.... Why am I not surprised?