Successful, yes. Truthful, no. The NRA's real business is making people
scared enough to keep doing what they say, such as saying that since
there's no Obama anti-gun proposal in Congress now, that PROVES that there
WILL be one. Puh-leeze.
The NRA owns both sides of aisle in Washington and are one of the most
successful lobbying groups in the history of the US. Nobody is going to take
our guns away. The NRA and other pro-gun lobbies just keep banging that drum to
bring in the cash.
I keep hearing how Obama is so anti-gun.Can someone point to what he
has done to earn this label?
It's apparent that Mr. Romney doesn't have deeply-held convictions
about gun rights. I wish he did. That said, however, it's safe to assume
he'd do more to protect the rights of citizens than the incumbent... when
he doesn't have an election looming I believe Obama would be more
"activist" in furthering the agenda of his anti-gun supporters.I'd never support anyone who is outspokenly anti-gun, but the economy and
our huge debt, and the size of our bloated government, is issue #1 in 2012.