I think I understand your viewpoint.
The current administration has started a wildfire. The firefighters (NRA) have decided not to attempt to put it out. The NRA is in a tough pickle, however they will be remembered for abandoning the law-abiding patients when they needed them the most. This act of omission will not soon be forgotten by their supporters.
My view is that the NRA is a 100% political organization. On the whole, I do support the organization and have made donations. Because of their deafening silence now it appears they are hoping that by siding with the politicians instead of the people in this instance they will gain more supporters compared with standing with the law-abiding people.]]>
The NRA is not throwing medical marijuana patients under the bus, the current progressive socialist administration is. Put the blame where it is deserved.
As far as the “all or nothing” stance, that dog don’t hunt either. Just because you won’t ban something doesn’t mean you endorse it, and just cause you won’t endorse something doesn’t mean you want to ban it.
And you do have to admit there is a lot of crossover between the pro-pot politicians and the gun-control politicians.
Sorry, that dog won’t hunt. Either you support gun rights for all law abiding citizens or you don’t. How can they complain the “progressive socialists” would use medical marijuana to take away our guns when right now a president they falsely accuse of being a “progressive socialist” is using medical marijuana to take away our guns! NRA can’t oppose the taking away of guns because someone might use that to take away guns? Huh?]]>
The reason the NRA hasn’t said anything about the (A)mericans (T)rafficing (F)irearms and there stance on medical marijuana users is because all the Progressive Socialist would then cry, “The ‘gun lobby’ wants drug addict to have guns!!!”]]>