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NRA: Not Responsible to Anyone

The National Rifle Association (NRA), possibly the most powerful, visible, vocal and fearless lobby in US history, has suddenly been struck with a power outage. Their Facebook page has gone dark. Their national office is not taking or returning calls. Their twitter feed is tweetless.
But don't doubt for one moment that their sick, twisted, blood drenched agenda isn't exactly as it was on Thursday, December 13th: unlimited high powered guns and the largest ammo clips possible for anyone and everyone. The only thing possibly as disgusting as the NRA, are the cowardly politicians who cower before it.  

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Patrick Henry December 19, 2012 at 06:04 PM
The NRA does not owe an explanation to anyone Walt. They, nor the inanimate object that Lanza used in this tragedy are not guilty of anything. It was a person who committed the horrendous crime Walt. But of course, as we see time and time again, you and your merry band of leftist friends are unable to assess blame or hold accountable anyone for any wrong doing. It was a sick, deranged kid who unfortunately came into possession of his Mother's arsenal. I guess you might blame her, but that's not going to be possible now is it? And let's face it, hidden away in the deepest, darkest recesses of you and your kinds being, you are all giddy about such events. Just another opportunity to frame your bullscheisse anti American agendas. And prior to spewing your nonsense, go do some research on what a clip is. There were no clips here Walt, they are called magazines. If you are going to argue a point, be nice if you folks had a clue as to what you are talking about.
Christina December 20, 2012 at 05:13 AM
It's time to get the guns, Patrick Henry!


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