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Where Does It Stop?

376001ad192a6aec06a18777ccb8b70aFrom the TruthAboutGuns:

The idea that someone could have their constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms violated due to his association with a certain group the police deem “unsavory” is more than a little unsettling. I’m sure that no one would argue that getting guns out of the hands of members of a street gang such as the Bloods would be a good idea. But when that definition begins to expand to include groups that the cops simply don’t like, well, you can see where this might be heading.

If the cops suddenly consider the NRA a terrorist organization (as the NY Daily News desperately wants) then under this same logic they could begin confiscating the firearms of every NRA member in their jurisdiction. Where does it stop?

Answer:  It doesn’t.

Related:

http://www.motorcycleprofilingproject.com/new-york-police-department-says-illegal-to-own-guns-motorcycle-club/

NRA – High Stakes.

NRA-Sticker-Threat-Societyhttp://www.americas1stfreedom.org/articles/2015/10/30/political-report-election-2016-the-stakes-couldnt-be-higher/

“…..consider that they need only five additional seats to make Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) the majority leader of the U.S. Senate! That’s right, one of the biggest enemies of our freedom, one of the most entrenched anti-gun voices of the past several decades, could take control. “

Related:

http://www.alexgopoian.com/blog/nra-sticker-sign-threat-society/

http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2015/10/robert-farago/nra-veep-wayne-lapierre-collective-guilt-isnt-a-thing/

What Your Reaction to My NRA Sticker Says About You

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No original thoughts here lately.  Work.

How does it feel to know that the father, the husband, the son, the friend, the writer in the car behind you is afraid of what you might do because of that NRA decal displayed in the rear window of your car?

Answer – I don’t care.

Not a big fan of the NRA, for a couple of reasons, but they are THE 2a lobby, so that’s a good thing.   I do have an NRA sticker, and used to pay my yearly dues, every year.  I did have a co-worker exclaim with shock once “You’re a member of the NRA?!”  Like it was some bad thing….?

But yeah, some just don’t get it.

Over at:

http://thelibertyzone.com/2015/08/27/what-your-reaction-to-my-nra-sticker-says-about-you/