I’m back in Missouri for another long week. Mama called last night and told me I got this final notice from the NRA. She says...I thought you just renewed. I did a few months ago. She read me the letter and the whole premise is asking me to join as a new member. Even offers the same gift I just received in the mail last week! Methinks they are definitely having some issues!
"The pleasures and companionship of roving the fields and woodlots with a well-trained dog is an experience no man should miss nor boy be deprived" Robert G. Wehle (Founder and Breeder of the Elhew English Pointer)
Its because of outsourcing. I only get one magazine these days, Fur Fish & Game. I get a "new subscriber" offer a couple times a year and I renew for the 3 year plan. They left hand really doesn't know what the right hand is doing because those hands are in different locations around the country.
Is it immoral to indulge the insistence of an unarmed man to a dual of whits?
"Our future lies in the hands of our youth. Teach them well and one day they will fulfill our dreams of the sportsmen we wanted them to be."
Yes, I`ve heard people grouse about how often NRA sends out fund raising notices, and doesn`t seem to know what they`ve already done or what they`re doing. It`s intentional. They just use mass mailings to saturate everything and everyone to ensure they`re getting the maximum donations.
I`m an NRA Life-Endowment member, and I`ll always be an NRA member, but, personally, I really like Gun Owners of America now. I`m an annual GOA member, and I guess always will be. I wish I could join GOA as a life member too, and maybe one day I`ll be able to afford that.
The main point is this: if you value your Second Amendment rights, join, and financially support a good gun rights org., because sad as it is, there are powerful forces working hard, everyday, to erode your right to keep and bear arms. I believe GOA is a wonderful group to be a part of and just couldn`t recommend them more.
My emotional support animal is a .45 caliber Glock