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Old 04-08-2014, 04:15 PM   #11
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La Pierre should step down and let Ted Nugent take over (IMHO)
That would be fun....But not sure if it would be a good thing in the long run....


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IMO, women and minorities should be encouraged to play a stronger role in protecting our Natural Rights. It would short circuit much of the Progressive propaganda against those of us who wish to keep our rights.


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Don't get me wrong, I love Nuge but there are waay too many situations he might not be quite right for. And that's not to say LaPierre is much better. Damn, I miss Heston.
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I was excited about Spika. Now I find out we are stuck with La Pierre. Talk about a buzz kill.
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if anyone should be the spokesman for the NRA, it should be Tom Selleck. well spoken, calm mannered and doesn't lose his cool under pressure, knowledgeable about gun rights and still passionate enough he cares about them.

i love Nugent's passion and energy and his commitment to the cause of gun rights, but his demeanor could put some offa bit.
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IMO, women and minorities should be encouraged to play a stronger role in protecting our Natural Rights. It would short circuit much of the Progressive propaganda against those of us who wish to keep our rights.
I have said the same many, many times. I'm BIG on more women and minorities in leadership positions within the NRA. This must happen if it is to have broader influence among the population.
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Don't get me wrong, I love Nuge but there are waay too many situations he might not be quite right for. And that's not to say LaPierre is much better. Damn, I miss Heston.
Heston did great things for the NRA. Great man, great American, great patriot.


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