Ah, HELL, no.
Just damn,this sucks.
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coffee, and sarcasm.
McCain, for all his other faults, has been generally pro-gun, or at least not anti-gun. The NRA only cares about that, not his other views or actions. They even support some Democrats.
Although I am a life member of the NRA and the SAF I prefer to now support or state association, the TSRA.
“During their careers”
Dudes been in office a long time and ran for President once. It stands to reason he would have a decent amount in donations from a lot of groups. It doesn’t mean that your current donations are going to him.
What, no dems??? I'm shocked!*s*
"Even if the world were perfect it wouldn't be." ... Yogi Berra
I am about as militant a never-McCain guy as you can find. However, you have to evaluate the many campaigns he has been in, look at his opponents and decide whether you think the opponent was better on 2nd Amendment issues than McCain. I would suspect that a good chunk of the money came in his bid for POTUS. Certainly we can all agree that McCain would have been better than Obama.
The NRA used to support Dingle (D-Michigan)an SOB who I could not tolerate. They made the point that the House was controlled by the Dems and that Dingle was on important committees and could be relied upon for 2nd Amendment favoring votes.
The NRA is a single issue group, in each campaign, on all levels the NRA should be looking at candidates for their positions in support of self-defense and the Second Amendment.
I think it is reasonably for the NRA to also point out that Democrats vote with the Party Caucus much more than do the GOP. Hence Dems are more likely to vote with Schumer and Pelosi than a GOP member would with his Caucus.
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