I am the NRA
Posted by sportsman on May 15th, 2010 at 07:52 PM

The NRA Annual Meeting is being held in Charlotte this year.   Since we live in the area, it was just something that I couldn't miss.  So, this morning I drove up to Charlotte, got on board the Lynx train and rode downtown to the Convention Center.  The whole trip from my house to the Center took about an hour.  Once there, I retrieved my entrance credentials from the will-call booth, then headed down to get a look at the show.

NRA Annual Meeting

Some people would label the NRA as an extremist organization.  I have become, in recent years, something of an extremist myself.  I didn't start out that way... but when left wing politicians want to ban the sale or transfer of all semi-automatic weapons, I consider that pretty extreme.   And it requires an extreme response.   It requires gun owners to become involved at local, state, and federal levels.  It involves making our voices heard, and our voices must be heard saying "NO". 

So I went to the convention, and had an absolutely great time.  I got to shake hands with Ted Nugent, who I've met a couple of times before, and also with noted hunters Jim Zumbo and Craig Boddington.  I ran into a lot of folks who frequent the Nuge Board, Ted's internet forum.  I only regret that I was unable to make it to the leadership forum on Friday, where Sarah Palin, Chuck Norris, Oliver North, and other great patriots spoke.

 
Posted by woodster on June 11th, 2010 at 05:16 PM

One of the more bizarre tactics employed by gun-control activists in the so-called gun rights debate is to coin the expression, 'gun culture.' Of course there is no such thing as a gun culture. They knew this, yet they made up the expression anyway with the hope of deceiving many gullible American citizens that something new and dangerous was now afoot. Typical of so many of the tactics used by them and is nothing than an exercise of raw deceit. Distorting of facts, fabricating falsehoods, and presenting misleading innuendoes are not new tools of the gun-control activists.

The basic mythology of gun control activists is simply this... the theory that a woman found dead in a alley, raped and strangled with her panty hose, is somewhat morally superior to a woman explaining to police how her attacker got that fatal bullet wound.

Along with the NRA we must continually dispel these fraudulent distortion's made by the gun-control activists.

Woody Mortensen

God's Magnificent Creation, Christian Outdoors

http://woody.forumco.com/

 

'God closes doors no man can open and God opens doors no man can close.'