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NRA Quits Working With Obama

Laments Their ‘Agenda To Attack The 2nd Amendment’

by Noah Rothman | Mediaite

The National Rifle Association issued a less than encouraging statement after meeting with Vice President Joe Biden for a roundtable discussion on new measures that the federal government might take to limit future gun deaths and mass shootings. The NRA’s tersely worded statement attacked the motivation behind the White House’s summit and expressed “disappointment” in the Obama administration’s “agenda to attack the Second Amendment.”

The NRA, which was invited to and participated in today’s summit, said in a post-meeting statement that they continue to be committed to supporting meaningful measures that may reduce future incidences of gun violence. However, they said that none of the proposals they support were on the table at today’s meeting.

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At first glance I thought it said NBA

As in National Basketball association.

Now that would be something I would need a source for to believe...

I saw the best minds of my generation, destroyed by pandas starving hysterical naked

-Allen Ginsberg

LOL!

So have some of the Catholic bishops. You lie down with dogs you get fleas. The NRA is nothing but controlled opp anyway.

let's not forget....

....the NRA is entrenched in Washington D.C. - they're in COMPETITION with Larry Pratt's GOA now, for $$$$$ to keep wining and dining RINO's....they're like the AARP!

What was Dick Armey's Freedomworks departure golden parachute? THIS GUY(me) spoke to Larry Pratt yesterday on a Christian radio talk show out of Milwaukee, thank you very much!

Download it here: http://www.vcyamerica.org/crosstalkarchives my call comes on at about the 34:50 mark.

That's better "access" and influence than you'll get with the NRA ....

This is a PR stunt!!!

Once again

I don't see any mention of the true stats on violent crime. I believe we need to stress these kinds of things. It is being spun that guns are the problem when they are not. Violent crime is violent crime. If the guns are taken, something else will replace it. NRA is right about this being an agenda to attack the Second Amendment.

An opinion: http://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=1070&sid=23693773

And for Pierce Morgan: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/jan/19/murder-rate-rose-5-...

Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.

John Adams

Wait, when were they ever

Wait, when were they ever "working with" Obama?

Southern Agrarian

when you hear the word "outreach", you know it's a "work"

same with raising awareness

MAybe they have woken up to the illusion of choice in the US

http://www.dailypaul.com/269714/great-video-on-the-illusion-...

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Biden's whole assignment is a sham

The plan was already made, probably long before Sandy Hook. The NRA should have known that their appearance was just ceremonial. I fully expect action to be taken by executive fiat. Congress has already proven itself toothless and complicit in unconstitutional actions of the executive branch. If Obama comes out with an executive order banning firearms (in whatever manner Eric Holder deems legal), does anyone actually believe congress or the supreme court will do anything about it?

I'm so sad for the way things are going. This isn't the kind of country I want my kids to grow up in.

We all want progress, but if you're on the wrong road, progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case, the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive.

-C. S. Lewis

If they take our weapons

I'm taking the first flight out of here.

The proposals on the table must have been real bad

if the NRA don't agree.

"A great civilization is not conquered from without until it has destroyed itself within" W. Durant

Ditto. The NRA: America's

Ditto.

The NRA: America's largest gun control organization.

my sentiments

exactly.

concur.

concur.

NRA has a history of

NRA has a history of compromising on some things. Which is why more of my money goes to Gun Owners of America. But we're getting to the point where battle lines are beginning to be drawn. I'm a member of both, and we're at the point where there is no more compromise.

Wyoming is making gun control nullification laws, more states will follow. Americans are buying up every round of ammunition, mag, and gun they can. Law enforcement agencies are saying they will not enforce any unconstitutional gun law. Protecting ourselves from domestic enemies has come up in multiple conversations recently.

Americans have about had it. I really hope Liberty shines through soon.

We can't afford to

We can't afford to compromise.
That means giving something.
This anti gun movement deserves nothing.

'Compromise' ? . .

I hope enough people see now that the other side is only interested in disarming the American people.

While the recent mass shooting was tragic, these kind of events are more unlikely than being struck by lightening. (Just websearch the number of people struck by lightening versus those in such mass shootings over the last 10 years.) But, you sure don't hear calls to make new laws to 'protect' us from lightening, do you ?

Its all emotional manipulation.

What has seemed to be common in just about all of these mass shootings is that the killer was taking psychiatric drugs which can increase the likelihood of suicidal and violent behavior. Why isn't there a call to investigate this ? Over the last few weeks, millions of law abiding citizens who are gunowners, didn't hurt anyone. Yet the emphasis is placed on us.

The antis aren't stupid. They can find this information as easily as we can. Despite their lying words . . . they Do want to disarm us.

It will be up to us, if we'll fall for it . . . or not.

thank goodness

it's been a while since the nra did anything to support gun rights.

"The two weakest arguments for any issue on the House floor are moral and constitutional"
Ron Paul