Any NRA Members?

hyson

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Yes, no? Benefits? Any help as to whether or not join would be helpful.
 

Casual Fan

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No, although I'm a pretty firm supporter of second amendment rights. Like the right to pluck squirrels with a high-powered assault rifle in state parks.
 

Wolf

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Yes, no? Benefits? Any help as to whether or not join would be helpful.
I was searching through couple of gun threads and I came across this thread. So hyson, did you ever join the NRA? I did late last year, when I started buying my rifles. Plus I support the Second Amendment which "protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms."
 
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memebag

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I thought Tipper Gore and her band of busybodies did that?
Now it's Wayne Lapierre.

His name sounds suspiciously Canadian, so I tried to google where he was born. Apparently that's top secret. He attended high school in Virginia, but information about his birth is not available.
 

dualsub2006

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But nothing about where he was born. How do we know he's really a US citizen, with 2nd amendment rights?
Even if he were born in Canada or France or anywhere else that wouldn't preclude him from being a US citizen today. He was born in 48 and graduated high school in 67. Citizenship then wasn't the high hurdle that it is today.

If one or both of his parents were "important" enough, citizenship would have been even easier.

This is like the Obama birth certificate BS. If you have proof, bring it. If you don't, well, you know what they say about conspiracy theorists.
 

memebag

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Even if he were born in Canada or France or anywhere else that wouldn't preclude him from being a US citizen today. He was born in 48 and graduated high school in 67. Citizenship then wasn't the high hurdle that it is today.

If one or both of his parents were "important" enough, citizenship would have been even easier.

This is like the Obama birth certificate BS. If you have proof, bring it. If you don't, well, you know what they say about conspiracy theorists.
Yes, it is like the Obama birth certificate BS. That's part of the joke.

But if he was born somewhere else and naturalized, why isn't that information readily available? What is he hiding? Is he a Muslim?
 

dualsub2006

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But if he was born somewhere else and naturalized, why isn't that information readily available? What is he hiding? Is he a Muslim?
He's not an elected official with a legal responsibility to disclose his status. Even if he is a resident alien on a Canadian passport, there's no law that says he can't be a VP at the NRA.

Oh, by the way I am not now, nor have I ever been a member of the NRA. I do own guns. Never felt the need or desire to join.