Skip to comments.NRA IS ALL IN AGAINST OBAMA
Posted on 07/16/2012 9:47:13 AM PDT by BarnacleCenturion
The National Rifle Association has decided to throw its considerable weight behind Mitt Romney in this years election. That is no surprise; the gun lobby has always viewed Barack Obama and his administration with suspicion. But the NRA says is it all in to defeat Obama; we will see what that translates into as the campaign continues.
The NRA has created this Firearms Future page to host videos on this years campaign and solicit donations and new members.
As you might expect, Fast and Furious is featured prominently. This is the All In video:
(Excerpt) Read more at powerlineblog.com ...
To quote a Peter Caroline article in the Dillon “Blue Press”
“If You Don’t Vote As A Gun Owner, You S#ck!”
does all in mean just obama?
what about congress and the senate.
voting ALL democrats out is what we need in all in.
That is the only glacial shift that has to happen or just getting obama out is meaningless. Reid needs to go.
Did the NRA finally chuck Reid overboard? I will not support them if he’s still supported by them.
IIRC, the NRA endorsed Dingy in 2010. With their support, Sharron Angle might have been in the Senate now. Pity ...
“what about congress and the senate.”
If Romney doesn’t beat Obama, the congress is gone.
I do not believe it for one second.
We'll see. If they don the kneepads and endorse Joe Manchin the way they did two years ago, then they're not "all in". That was disgusting and intolerable, and resulted in several people I know canceling their NRA membership.
The NRA has endorsed several gun grabbers as of late. At least they got this one right.
Too bad they weren’t all in against Harry Reid back in 2010.
As a proud member of the NRA, I can truthfully state that no one has boosted membership in this fine organization more than Barack Hussein Obama!
I quit the NRA over that
Good to know. May make a difference in Penn.
They had better ditch a lot of the Dems along with Obama - because without the Senate out of Dem hands next year, it won’t matter much if Romney wins (even assuming that he’ll be decent for gun owners). I was a member for 18 years (1989-2007), but left because they got too soft and cozy with the enemies of our 2nd Amendment rights.