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Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by Rodmaker, Feb 22, 2010.
Watch the vidieo and let them know how you feel.
National Association for Gun Rights
This part really bothers me:
"And after you've completed the survey, please make an emergency contribution of $50 or more to the National Association for Gun Rights."
It sounds like a hustle to pry fifty bucks out of the gun owning community.
We have GOA, NRA, JPFO and other organizations as well as our own vigilance. Those guys won't see a dime of my money.
This pissed me off big-time. Before you ask for my money, how 'bout you tell me what, exactly, specifically, you need it for?
Here is a link that will give you a little more info about Dudley Brown.
About Rocky Mountain Gun Owners
I did not fill in the survey, listened to the video, knew what H.R. 45 is about.
You are correct, scam to take away money from our hard earned pockets for political gain!
Someone saw a chance to make some pocket change. It's all a scam by a wannabe organization. Pi$$ on Dudley Brown, congressman Broun and the NAGR.
I had never heard of NAGR until a few weeks ago when I started receiving weekly emails from them. Although I agree with some of their tenets, I can't get behind some of the "strong-arm" tactics that seem to be their wont. In fact, a couple of emails were almost what I consider radical in terms of their content and that's not what gun owners need. What we need is calm, intelligent responses to the gun grabbers. Radical, in-your-face attitudes only end up in giving the gun grabbers more examples of "those crazy gun owners'" and that's not something I wish to support.
I think you hit the round right on the primer with that.
Shhhhh! Don't tell anyone. They may think that I think and then they'll want to make me a lead tech uprange.
Oh, what the hell. With all the guns I've bought in the last year, I'm on someone's list anyway......
NAGR is the real deal
NAGR is not a "wannabe" gun rights organization. They are the real deal. I'm a proud member of NAGR. Unlike the NRA, NAGR does not compromise in the fight against gun control. NAGR tells it like it is so that they can raise the necessary resources to fight gun control.
@alsaqr: You really should provide us with proof when making such a serious allegation.
Sabre219, perhaps you should introduce yourself to the good folks here before you stir the pot. We'll be happy to listen to your viewpoint, but we have no idea who you are.
Please head over to the new member introduction forum and introduce yourself to the community.