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NRA is a business, right?

I posted this earlier on another post but felt like it should stand alone.

Those that fund the NRA are indirectly funding the politicians. How many of those asking for reforms belong to the NRA? Stop funding the NRA and business goes bankrupt.

The organization's overall revenue, which includes membership dues, program fees and other contributions, has boomed in recent years rising to nearly $350 million in 2013. The majority of this money funds NRA initiatives like member newsletters, sporting events and gun safety education and training programs.

A CNNMoney analysis of federal campaign finance records shows that much of this money comes from everyday Americans. And these contributions, which the NRA uses to keep pro-gun lawmakers in office, are on the rise.

http://money.cnn.com/news/cnnmoney-investigates/nra-funding-donors/index.html

Think of the advertising campaign...

Your membership in the NRA contributes to to the death culture! You can help stop the murder of young children. Talk to your friends and family... Stop the funding of terrorism- stop paying your NRA dues, stop contributing to the death of the innocent. Hell, the campaign writes itself. So much material to work with. Guilt the fuckers to stop this madness.

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