NRA Stand and Fight

Discussion in 'Firearms in the Media' started by NRA, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. NRA

    NRA New Member

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    President Obama's skepticism over NRA's proposal to put armed security in schools ― when he and his friends already send their children to schools with armed guards ― is just the latest example of elitist hypocrisy. The NRA plans to Stand and Fight ― will you stand with us? Stay tuned as more videos will be released soon. http://www.nrastandandfight.com/
     

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  2. Squawk

    Squawk New Member

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    I'm with you. The government is full of Hypocrites.
     

  3. xd40man

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    As many of you already NY has the most strict gun laws in this corrupt and broke state and nation. Every 5 years gun permit owners has re-certify, 7 round mags. I feel like that marine I'm not registering nothing. I served this country and the nation and state wants to rob me of 2nd amendment right to bear arms. Cuomo is just as dumb as G... D.... daddy. He did all this for his own political gain and to undermine the white house.
    I have lost atleast 2 relatives to gun violence. I am still pro 2nd Amend, in NY Cuomo silly a.... wants everyone that has magazines that holds 10 rounds has to sell them to buyers out of state or turn them in to the police. Now lets asks ourselves the drug dealers and gang members, does anyone think they're going to rush to turn their 10 or 30 round magazines in to police officers. As a veteran we all need to take back our government because we vote in a..holes that does have the best interest of the people at heart.
    Now I am sempathetic for the 20 children and 6 adults in Newtown Conn, and that movie theatre, but these were all donw by fools that has access to the weapons that were used, and we have to suffer the bullcrap that our government put us through.
     
  4. gunsmoke11

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    I wish someone could show me where I can find a good candidate to vote for. I called and written to State Sen. Kemp Hannon and spoke to his secretary today. I was respectful to her and she was nice to me. But that alone doesn't cut it. She told me that the senate had no choice, but didn't elaborate. She said I'll be happy with the bill cause the law abiding citizens won't be effected. I said to her just what is being banned effects me, cause I own it. I told her that the republicans could've stopped it's passage and didn't even put up a fight. To the few who did I'll forever be grateful, but to the others they can go straight to hell. The party is finished in NY and perhaps the rest of the nation as well. For the first time I'd like to see a 3rd party that doesn't have the image of a yellow chicken as their emblem like the republicans should have. NY's been flushed down the crapper and it's so-called leaders are an embarrassment.
     
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  5. FullautoUSA

    FullautoUSA Welcoming Committee/ Resident Pellet Gunner Lifetime Supporter

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    If they really wanted to show their beliefs about guns they would not have armed guards with them 24/7. See they don't need to own guns because they can afford to have guards with guns, but the only security I can afford is an AR, ok dictator obama
     
  6. Mosin

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    This is what you get when a government no longer fears the people.
    When the guns are gone, tyranny will reign.
     
  7. GeneralPatton

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    So step up and join the NRA. I joined back around November 8th. I saw it coming. He has no reelection to concern him now, so he'll do whatever he wants in spite of the peoples opinion. Not to mention they are already trying to abolish amendment 22 for presidential term limits. I said the same thing about schools as the NRA has. Why not have an armed guard at each one? I mean, O**** sends his two daughters to school with SS. All these politicians have armed escorts. Do they deserve more than we the people? I think not. If you want to ban guns, then send the SS with your kids and nothing more than a billy club. He's gonna try and pull some dumb S.... but the states don't look real prone to accept it. Wyoming has shown the balls thus far, but I'd expect to see the southern states laugh at an executive order. I mean, dam we already have over 20,000 gun laws on the books. They obviously aren't working all that well.
     
  8. dog2000tj

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    The people are with you ... but what YOU need to do is get the manufacturers and suppliers to get with us :cool: You need to get any manufacturer or supplier that deals with any Law Enforcement Agency in the State of NY to refuse to do business with NY State ... no rifles, no handguns, no shotguns, no ammunition, no service, no warranty ..... NO NOTHING!!! :cool:

    It is YOU and the Manufacturers that needs to stand with US ... and together we can work on removing every last traitorous bastard who proposes this kind of rights violating legislation! :mad:
     
  9. Jpyle

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    The Senate had no choice?...bull****
     
  10. JackStrong

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    This is an excellent idea, someone posted this on an other forum, the manufactures need to join the fight, stop selling to states like NY. How long wil the police be able to handle the violence neutered like their citizens are
     
  11. 7point62

    7point62 Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Like it or not--and I know some gun owners have gotten a bit fed up with it--the NRA is still the most powerful voice we have. All those messages of doom they've been sending out for years don't seem so hysterical now in light of current events. The NRA can justifiably say: "We told you so."
     
  12. vincent

    vincent New Member

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    THIS^^^Right there^^^Post of the year so far...
     
  13. CrazedJava

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    I think a lot of people are still holding the NRA's past sins against them. Regardless of their actions in the past, the organization seems to have transformed fundamentally. The NRA knows if they do not represent ALL gun owners in this fight they will quickly become irrelevant. Demonized by the media and considered ineffective by gun owners, they'll die off before Obama's 2nd term is up.

    This time the NRA has some serious skin in the game. Fight for all they have or cease to exist as an organization.

    I'm no NRA fan, I'm extremely leery of them. Right now though, I'm glad to have them. Never thought I'd say that.
     
  14. Overkill0084

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    Stupid should hurt.
     
  15. nitestalker

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    Those NRA members 4 million who have supported the cause year after year has paid for your freedoms. Any gun owner who puts down any Pro Gun Org. needs to join another cause.:(
     
  16. NRA

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    “It’s not just our duty to protect them, it’s our right to protect them.” NRA’s proposal to put armed security in schools was sharply criticized by mainstream media. But parents and citizens feel differently — two-thirds support the plan. Media may speak for elites, but America will speak for itself. Click here to watch: http://www.nrastandandfight.com
     

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  17. flat_black

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    I feel for y'all in NY. There isn't any part of that bill that will help. And to hear the speech your governor gave was like listening to fingernails on a chalkboard. They have twisted and bent any meaning of the Constitution to meet their needs. What I find with a lot of the anti gun crowd is they have little to no depth of knowledge as to what the founders meant. They take the few lines and apply what they want it to mean. If they spent 15-20 minutes reading the letters, Federalist papers and any other writings involving 2A they would know. I just don't think they care. It doesn't fit their agenda. The signing of that law stopped my place of work dead in it's tracks once we found out what it entailed. No shipments to NY until further notice. Trust me, the mfr's are behind the 2A. Ruger was used as a pawn during the first ban and he later stated he regretted making that decision. His regret has bled over and I believe the industry learned a lesson. A snake is a snake and it will bite you despite it's promises There is a steadfast point of no retreat and it has been reached. I know many mfr employees are writing and the higher ups are doing their part. Just keep the pressure on.
     
  18. Jpyle

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    Any word coming out of SHOT as to what the industry's intent is regarding NY?
     
  19. Wiseman3

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    You know when I heard that proposal, I thought what a great way to secure schools. Even if its made up of trained volunteers, off duty cops, active military, veterans, people who have been trained and stood a watch. Could even implement a training program for parents that want to stand a watch. I don't have kids but I wouldn't hesitate for a minute to sacrifice a days pay to stand a post to protect a school. Guess the people taking care of the people is too easy of a solution for the liberal mind to comprehend