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Old 01-23-2013, 04:05 AM   #41
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FAUSA are you a member of the NRA? have you ever been a member?
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Does this answer your question?
but how old are you? i have asked you this several times on different threads and you still have not answered the question!
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but how old are you? i have asked you this several times on different threads and you still have not answered the question!
I don't like to give out personal information
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Yeah...that makes sense Jack...
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I don't like to give out personal information
so telling us your age is a personal thing. that's one way to avoid a direct question.

several of us have determined by many of your posts, that are probably about 14 to 15, maybe 16 at the most. because many of your posts come off as very immature and juvenile in character.
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Freedom of speech. We all have it, for now. But I have read a few of ct posts, they look like a " plant" to me.

Yeah I'm a "plant" all right. But who "planted" me? Was it the CIA, the FBI, the ATF? Maybe it was a group of Democrat Socialist Liberals hiding out somewhere in cyberland. Maybe my name is not really "cottontop." Maybe that is an acronymn for something else, or a code name. Maybe it means:
"Constitution Opposed Tyrannical Turncoat Offending Nonconforming to Traditional Operational Procedure." Maybe he's not the guy with the guitar in the avitar. Maybe he's not a guy at all, but a secret organization that is coming to everyone's house in the middle of the night to take everyone's guns. But don't worry. Superhero "LaPierre Man" will fly in to the rescue while singing loudly. "Here I come to save the day, all our assualt guns are on the way!": rolleyes:
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Cottontop, I don't disagree with you at all regarding the direction the NRA has taken and what their publications have become. I am tired of the scare tactics and doom and gloom they sell us every day. I dislike the fact that they spend a great deal of my membership money trying to get me to re-up my annual membership every month and soliciting more money in donations seemingly every day I get mail (I have opted out and signed up for the "do not promote" option so I no longer get the bulk of this material). I cringe when I see Wayne LaPierre with his flashy jewelry and thousand dollar suits up there on the TV talking and knowing he is "speaking for me".

But honestly Cottontop, the NRA has become what it is today, which is first and foremost a lobby for the preservation of the Second Amendment, out of necessity. The anti-gunners continue to up their game, using scare tactics that make the NRA look like a bunch of pikers. And it is working. The anti gun movement has become a formidable force, and as a result the NRA has had to become stronger and even more formidable in order to stay in the fight. Without the NRA the 1994 AWB would have been renewed in 2004, and it probably would have been far more restrictive when it was first implemented. I don't think there is any disputing this. Without the NRA we would already be under the restrictions today that Pelosi is pushing without any real opposition in Washington. Remember how quickly the Patriot Act was rammed through? There was no opposition to that and G.W. Bush signed it into law on October 26th, 2001 just under a month and a half after 9/11. That is exactly what would have happened following the Newtown shooting had it not been for the NRA (and to a lesser extent the GOA).

I am not fully aligned with everything the NRA says, but I am still a member and will be for life. The NRA (and GOA) are not just about the buck$, its about the numbers. The membership numbers are important too. It is one of those unfortunate necessities in life if you are a supporter of the Second Amendment.

I understand Cottontop. I do. Rethink this when your membership comes up for expiration and please reconsider then.

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Cottontop, I don't disagree with you at all regarding the direction the NRA has taken and what their publications have become. I am tired of the scare tactics and doom and gloom they sell us every day. I dislike the fact that they spend a great deal of my membership money trying to get me to re-up my annual membership every month and soliciting more money in donations seemingly every day I get mail (I have opted out and signed up for the "do not promote" option so I no longer get the bulk of this material). I cringe when I see Wayne LaPierre with his flashy jewelry and thousand dollar suits up there on the TV talking and knowing he is "speaking for me".

But honestly Cottontop, the NRA has become what it is today, which is first and foremost a lobby for the preservation of the Second Amendment, out of necessity. The anti-gunners continue to up their game, using scare tactics that make the NRA look like a bunch of pikers. And it is working. The anti gun movement has become a formidable force, and as a result the NRA has had to become stronger and even more formidable in order to stay in the fight. Without the NRA the 1994 AWB would have been renewed in 2004, and it probably would have been far more restrictive when it was first implemented. I don't think there is any disputing this. Without the NRA we would already be under the restrictions today that Pelosi is pushing without any real opposition in Washington. Remember how quickly the Patriot Act was rammed through? There was no opposition to that and G.W. Bush signed it into law on October 26th, 2001 just under a month and a half after 9/11. That is exactly what would have happened following the Newtown shooting had it not been for the NRA (and to a lesser extent the GOA).

I am not fully aligned with everything the NRA says, but I am still a member and will be for life. The NRA (and GOA) are not just about the buck$, its about the numbers. The membership numbers are important too. It is one of those unfortunate necessities in life if you are a supporter of the Second Amendment.

I understand Cottontop. I do. Rethink this when your membership comes up for expiration and please reconsider then.
I have to agree with you, sometimes I do think I defend the NRA, but they have had their faults, but in the end they are the biggest group fighting for the second amendment.
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Yeah I'm a "plant" all right. But who "planted" me? Was it the CIA, the FBI, the ATF? Maybe it was a group of Democrat Socialist Liberals hiding out somewhere in cyberland. Maybe my name is not really "cottontop." Maybe that is an acronymn for something else, or a code name. Maybe it means:
"Constitution Opposed Tyrannical Turncoat Offending Nonconforming to Traditional Opperational Procedure." Maybe he's not the guy with the guitar in the avitar. Maybe he's not a guy at all, but a secret organization that is coming to everyone's house in the middle of the night to take everyone's guns. But don't worry. Superhero "LaPierre Man" will fly in to the rescue while singing loudly. "Here I come to save the day, all our assualt guns are on the way!": rolleyes:

My friend, you really need to wake up and smell the coffee.
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