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President DONALD TRUMP TO DELIVER KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT NRA ANNUAL MEETING NEXT MONTH

Ghost1958

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Why?
He signs fix NICs, supports red flag laws , and bans bump stocks all in two years.

He's done nothing 2a wise he said he would do. Remember " Day 1 no more GDZ" . ?


Of course it is the NRA we are talking about.
 

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Uh, er, well...

Dougie...NRA AM is 25-28 APRIL1 as your cited article headline states and first sentence...

Where is the anointed etiquette & grammar & interpreter when you need him...yooooo hoooo eye95...ole ole in come free...
 

HP995

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Not surprising. Trump simply followed the NRA script when he supported ERPO and bump ban. NRA was an early supporter of both these policy trends. Well documented on this forum. Trump relies on orgs like Heritage and we get judges and deregulation. Trump relies on NRA and we get Gun Control Lite.

This is NRA's doing and I blame NRA first as the source of Trump's 2A actions; they are supposed to provide sound policy recommendations, not flip flop by first recommending every bad thing and then saying they didn't mean doing it in THAT particular way. That's not helping us. NRA needs an overhaul. There may be someone with either bad intentions or bad judgment influencing its decisions.

(Don't forget to vote Trump, BTW; losing a few policy hens that the NRA sacrificed was bad, but losing the entire 2A farm won't help.)
 

Ghost1958

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Not surprising. Trump simply followed the NRA script when he supported ERPO and bump ban. NRA was an early supporter of both these policy trends. Well documented on this forum. Trump relies on orgs like Heritage and we get judges and deregulation. Trump relies on NRA and we get Gun Control Lite.

This is NRA's doing and I blame NRA first as the source of Trump's 2A actions; they are supposed to provide sound policy recommendations, not flip flop by first recommending every bad thing and then saying they didn't mean doing it in THAT particular way. That's not helping us. NRA needs an overhaul. There may be someone with either bad intentions or bad judgment influencing its decisions.

(Don't forget to vote Trump, BTW; losing a few policy hens that the NRA sacrificed was bad, but losing the entire 2A farm won't help.)
Trump did the bump stock ban all by his lonesome.

Nobody is voodooing him into calling for red flag laws either.

Want to lose the 2a farm entirely? Give Trump a term with no reelection to worry about and we will.
There will have to be a republican challenge r or third party to pick from.

I voted for Trump but he can't be allowed another term.
 

Ghost1958

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You have the right to vote as you please. But not to alter the facts as you please. 🤨

NRA involvement in bump ban fiasco has been well documented here, by myself and perhaps others!
Agree . NRA opened the door ,no argument there.
But Trump took the ball and ran with it on his own.
 

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We are clearly better off with Trump: taxes cut, not raised; Gorsuch; Kavanaugh; other judges.

However, “better” does not necessarily mean “good” or even “good enough”.

I am no trumpster. I applaud Trump when he does good and criticize him when he does bad. It’s about 50-50 right now. However, he is decidedly NOT pro-RKBA.
 

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Not surprising. Trump simply followed the NRA script when he supported ERPO and bump ban. NRA was an early supporter of both these policy trends. Well documented on this forum. Trump relies on orgs like Heritage and we get judges and deregulation. Trump relies on NRA and we get Gun Control Lite.

This is NRA's doing and I blame NRA first as the source of Trump's 2A actions; they are supposed to provide sound policy recommendations, not flip flop by first recommending every bad thing and then saying they didn't mean doing it in THAT particular way. That's not helping us. NRA needs an overhaul. There may be someone with either bad intentions or bad judgment influencing its decisions.

(Don't forget to vote Trump, BTW; losing a few policy hens that the NRA sacrificed was bad, but losing the entire 2A farm won't help.)
Despite being a Life member, these are two of the reasons I don't add anything to their piggybank, despite all the mailers. Their preference of CC over OC is another. I understand they have a vested financial interest in CC as they sell holsters and clothing for that, but it doesn't mean I think it is right.
 

JTHunter2

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We would have been much better off with Hilary.
That you have the unmitigated gall to make a statement like that in a place like this is beyond belief. While you have the right to make such an outrageous statement, it could also be viewed as "inflammatory" by most people here.
Was that your intention? If so, why??
 

Ghost1958

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That you have the unmitigated gall to make a statement like that in a place like this is beyond belief. While you have the right to make such an outrageous statement, it could also be viewed as "inflammatory" by most people here.
Was that your intention? If so, why??
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That's Guts idea of sarcasm. He would have chewed off his fingers if they had tried to vote other than Trump. Lol
 

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He never said Clinton. Maybe he means Duff, or Edmund (nope, he's dead), or Swank, or Putnam. He did just use one 'L'. :)
That was most likely a "typo". Duff, Putnam, and Swank are single "Ls" but Sir Edmund Hillary isn't. And Swank reminds me of one of "Slick Willie's" women. I think it was Jennifer Flowers because when either of them smile big, I think of "Bruce", the roboshark in "Jaws".
 
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