And you are absolutely right, sir. But we shouldn't use the NRA's poor leadership, in order to excuse our own poor membership. We need to unify, and the size of the ship, is far more important than who is at the helm, at this point. As stated before, any politician has an easy target, when our organization, at a mere 4% of our population, appears to be fringe, and it can easily be dismissed as "The Gun Lobby". If only HALF of our gun owners spent the 12 cents a day to join the NRA, at 80 MILLION MEMBERS, we would be a true representative force of the people, and impossible to ignore. Even Democrats would line up, in order to get the support of the very organization they now use as a scapegoat.