In addition to thousands of non-serving NRA members pretending to be in the military by owning assault rifles and camo drag, the NRA’s new motto is “Stand and Fight.”
The National Rifle Association is calling its members to arms for what they say is the next battle in a prolonged war to protect gun rights: the 2014 congressional elections.
“We are in the midst of a once-in-a-generation fight for everything we care about,” NRA chief executive and vice president Wayne LaPierre told the gun lobby’s membership on the second day of its annual convention. The motto this year is “Stand and Fight.”
Yeah, see video games about war are bad for us, according to LaPierre, but the NRA pretending to be at war is somehow perfectly acceptable.
Incidentally, LaPierre received a deferment from the Vietnam draft.