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    NRA--Do You Know?

    Do you know that the NRA has a strict "no guns allowed" policy in place for visitors at it's National Headuarters and other NRA sites and conventions? Let that sink in for a while...

    The NRA is OK with guns in restaurants, bars, churches, airports,schools, grocery stores, malls, basically every-damned-where. Cause guns don't kill people, and freedom, the flag, muh konstitushon, and 'Muricah..and all that good sh*t!

    Why would the NRA wish to deprive itself of all the safety and freedom and patriotism that allowing anyone and everyone to carry on their premises conveys? Could it be that they don't want some SOB with a gun running around popping them in their heads and torsos, splattering their brains all over the walls, taking a truckload of them out and leaving them in a bloody heap? Inquiring minds want to know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiabloViejo View Post
    Do you know that the NRA has a strict "no guns allowed" policy in place for visitors at it's National Headuarters and other NRA sites and conventions? Let that sink in for a while... The NRA is OK with guns in restaurants, bars, churches, airports,schools, grocery stores, malls, basically every-damned-where. Cause guns don't kill people, and freedom, the flag, muh konstitushon, and 'Muricah..and all that good sh*t! Why would the NRA wish to deprive itself of all the safety and freedom and patriotism that allowing anyone and everyone to carry on their premises conveys? Could it be that they don't want some SOB with a gun running around popping them in their heads and torsos, splattering their brains all over the walls, taking a truckload of them out and leaving them in a bloody heap? Inquiring minds want to know.
    Very telling. mac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiabloViejo View Post
    Do you know that the NRA has a strict "no guns allowed" policy in place for visitors at it's National Headuarters and other NRA sites and conventions? Let that sink in for a while...

    The NRA is OK with guns in restaurants, bars, churches, airports,schools, grocery stores, malls, basically every-damned-where. Cause guns don't kill people, and freedom, the flag, muh konstitushon, and 'Muricah..and all that good sh*t!

    Why would the NRA wish to deprive itself of all the safety and freedom and patriotism that allowing anyone and everyone to carry on their premises conveys? Could it be that they don't want some SOB with a gun running around popping them in their heads and torsos, splattering their brains all over the walls, taking a truckload of them out and leaving them in a bloody heap? Inquiring minds want to know.
    I don't come here often.

    Same old dumbassery at work.

    Obedient regurgitation of spoon fed leftist lies.

    Did you ever ask why guns aren't allowed in these places?

    Of course you don't. Your dumbassery won't allow you to question anything from your handlers.

    Well here's what will send your head spinning ... they don't allow guns in these places because of state and local laws which prohibit it.

    So, in essence, your dumbassery requires that you condemn the NRA for obeying the law.

    Now, prove your obedience by posting a regime approved cartoon ... we all know your dumbassery won't allow you to research the truth.

    You would be hanging your head in shame over displaying such public dumbassery, except that your dumbassery has taken from you the capability of shame.

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    Oh..so visitors to the NRA Convention in Tennessee ( a notoriously pro gun state, Tennessee is not a traditional open carry state. However, Tennessee is a shall-issue state that issues a carry permit that allows both open and concealed carry) were banned from bringing in guns by the State of Tennessee and not the NRA?

    And the NRA Headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia (another strong pro gun state with concealed and open carry) has to ban visitors from carrying guns because of the State and not because of NRA policy?

    Please.....you are so full of sh*t!

    If you have proof that the no visitors with guns policy is the direct result of state laws then by all means have at it and prove it by providing credible links, otherwise, shut your filthy suckhole and go sit in the corner.

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    If there is a dangerous forum ... that's the one. -- LWW (referring to BD NPR)

    First off ... nothing will stop ass killings entirely. -- LWW (AKA Vladimir Ulyanov, AKA WV Slim, AKA MrsLWW, ...)

    Where did there CEO go yo work at loser? -- LWW (Demonstrating his masterful command of the English language while masquerading as his wife Vladimir.)


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    Yes, proudly display your dumbassery for all to see.

    http://www.snopes.com/politics/guns/nraban.asp

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    dailykos Tue Apr 07, 2015 at 01:26 PM PDT.
    Gun Control at NRA Convention? byruscleFollow . 180 Comments / 180 New.

    While guns may be be great in churches, schools, universities, bars and sitting in handbags next to toddlers in Walmart shopping carts — the National Rifle Association (NRA) isn’t so keen on guns at their Annual Convention.

    The convention (April 10-12 in Nashville) is expected to draw a crowd of 70,000 people. Naturally all of them are do-gooders — there to ogle, stroke and cling to the “16 acres of guns” (according to an ad for the event). Among the 555 Exhibitors (according to the NRA’s event website) are Smith & Wesson, SigSauer, Beretta USA and Remington Arms. So will there be guns? — you betcha. Will they work? — uh, no. Sorry, but these guns won’t fire.

    According to the security plan that was adopted by the NRA soon after Nashville was chosen to host their annual convention — all guns on the convention floor will be nonoperational with the firing pins removed. In addition, any guns purchased during the NRA convention will have to be picked up at a Federal Firearms License dealer (near the purchaser’s home) and will require a legal identification (I expect they mean at the time of pickup of said merchandise.)
    (See last item on this page.)

    Speakers include Bobby Jindal, Jeb Bush (the white one, not the one of hispanic origin), Scott Walker, Mike Pence, Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Ben Carson and Lindsey Graham — and of course the perpetually-validation-seeking Sarah Palin and Donald Trump. And for those with a nostalgia for treason, Oliver North will be making a booth appearance. Ted Nugent is also scheduled because Freedom is not Free and We the People Must Keep It Alive! Well, true nothing stinks more than dead freedom -- except maybe rank hypocrisy.

    So the questions begs: What if some crazy guy decides to show up at the convention with an operational gun and several high-capacity magazines and none of the guns on the floor have firing pins? Who will stop the bad guy? Are they going to throw non-working guns at him hard enough to knock him out? I’m sure there will be security officers around, but it’s not gonna look great having 10 or 20 innocent NRA participants shot down because nobody can defend themselves. When security arrives on the scene, how will they know which gun, out of all those being held, is smoking? Of course this is all hypothetical. But one has to wonder, if guns are so safe, why not allow them to be functional during this annual NRA convention? Who could handle guns safer than NRA members? That doesn’t mean you have to load ammunition in them, mind you. But seems a little disingenuous to make the guns inoperable at an NRA convention yet operable everywhere else.
    To add to the irony: Tennessee lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow individuals to carry guns in public parks. With the idea of making gun toters feel more secure and welcome while visiting Nashville, this law would repeal a 2009 state law that allows local officials to ban guns in parks.
    Of course none of these park guns will have to have their pins removed.
    With no snark, I applaud the NRA for recognizing that guns can be dangerous.
    But you have to wonder, if gun control is right for an NRA convention, maybe gun control is right for your community, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cushioncrawler View Post
    dailykos Tue Apr 07, 2015 at 01:26 PM PDT.
    Gun Control at NRA Convention? byruscleFollow . 180 Comments / 180 New.

    While guns may be be great in churches, schools, universities, bars and sitting in handbags next to toddlers in Walmart shopping carts — the National Rifle Association (NRA) isn’t so keen on guns at their Annual Convention.

    The convention (April 10-12 in Nashville) is expected to draw a crowd of 70,000 people. Naturally all of them are do-gooders — there to ogle, stroke and cling to the “16 acres of guns” (according to an ad for the event). Among the 555 Exhibitors (according to the NRA’s event website) are Smith & Wesson, SigSauer, Beretta USA and Remington Arms. So will there be guns? — you betcha. Will they work? — uh, no. Sorry, but these guns won’t fire.

    According to the security plan that was adopted by the NRA soon after Nashville was chosen to host their annual convention — all guns on the convention floor will be nonoperational with the firing pins removed. In addition, any guns purchased during the NRA convention will have to be picked up at a Federal Firearms License dealer (near the purchaser’s home) and will require a legal identification (I expect they mean at the time of pickup of said merchandise.)
    (See last item on this page.)

    Speakers include Bobby Jindal, Jeb Bush (the white one, not the one of hispanic origin), Scott Walker, Mike Pence, Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Ben Carson and Lindsey Graham — and of course the perpetually-validation-seeking Sarah Palin and Donald Trump. And for those with a nostalgia for treason, Oliver North will be making a booth appearance. Ted Nugent is also scheduled because Freedom is not Free and We the People Must Keep It Alive! Well, true nothing stinks more than dead freedom -- except maybe rank hypocrisy.

    So the questions begs: What if some crazy guy decides to show up at the convention with an operational gun and several high-capacity magazines and none of the guns on the floor have firing pins? Who will stop the bad guy? Are they going to throw non-working guns at him hard enough to knock him out? I’m sure there will be security officers around, but it’s not gonna look great having 10 or 20 innocent NRA participants shot down because nobody can defend themselves. When security arrives on the scene, how will they know which gun, out of all those being held, is smoking? Of course this is all hypothetical. But one has to wonder, if guns are so safe, why not allow them to be functional during this annual NRA convention? Who could handle guns safer than NRA members? That doesn’t mean you have to load ammunition in them, mind you. But seems a little disingenuous to make the guns inoperable at an NRA convention yet operable everywhere else.
    To add to the irony: Tennessee lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow individuals to carry guns in public parks. With the idea of making gun toters feel more secure and welcome while visiting Nashville, this law would repeal a 2009 state law that allows local officials to ban guns in parks.
    Of course none of these park guns will have to have their pins removed.
    With no snark, I applaud the NRA for recognizing that guns can be dangerous.
    But you have to wonder, if gun control is right for an NRA convention, maybe gun control is right for your community, too.
    Repeating the lies told by the DAILYKOOK doesn't make them true.

    Plus, DV loves proving his dumbassery solo.

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    The NRA blames it on state law. But that begs a pretty big question. Why would the NRA hold a gun convention in a place that they know would ban guns at the NRA convention? That would be like holding a cigar convention in a place that bans smoking. Or a gay convention in a place that bans gays. I mean, it’s not exactly not on your mind when you plan the thing.

    But such is the hypocrisy of the far right. Do as they say, not as they do.

    They can ban guns when they think their lives might be in danger. But when lives quite clearly are in danger, such as at Sandy Hook Elementary where 20 six- and seven- year old children were murdered in cold blood, suddenly the answer to every question become more guns, not fewer.

    To call them hypocrites would be generous.
    If there is a dangerous forum ... that's the one. -- LWW (referring to BD NPR)

    First off ... nothing will stop ass killings entirely. -- LWW (AKA Vladimir Ulyanov, AKA WV Slim, AKA MrsLWW, ...)

    Where did there CEO go yo work at loser? -- LWW (Demonstrating his masterful command of the English language while masquerading as his wife Vladimir.)


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