Originally Posted by Shinytop
I think I am not the whiny one, Tous. Why are you are on a discussion board if you do not like discussion?
Those to whom I responded were not discussing, they were whining.
Asking why one should join the National Rifle Association is somewhat like asking why one should step out of the way of a speeding car.
The answer is obvious.
Okay, I wil admit to some bias. I have been an NRA member for more than 50 years, have actively participated for a lot of those years, and have been a Patron member for the last 10 years and an NRA istructor for longer than most of y'all have been alive.
I don't spend that kind of money on dubious efforts.
I've likely seen more vicious attempts to disarm the American citizen thwarted by the NRA than most and I remember how it used to be before the hippie socialists decided guns are bad for children and other living things,