I just came across an article that made me chuckle: a New York Times article that sounds the alarm about the NRA's "get out the vote" effort. One thing that made me laugh was the following line: "The gun-rights group is set to send out 4 million — 4 million! — voter cards to members in every state." Are they scared, incredulous, or heaven forbid encouraging law-abiding citizens to exercise their right to vote? It is hard to tell, but I think it might be all of those things. Perhaps even more enlightening are the comments about the article. I'll leave it up to you to give them a look and to draw your own conclusions. Suffice it to say that the opponents of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms don't seem like they are only limited in their desire to curtail our liberties guaranteed by the 2nd Amendment. If you ever needed a reason to vote, that should be enough.
I've received one of those endorsement cards in the mail already. Please don't glance at it and toss it. Share it with your family and friends. Make copies and post them on bulletin boards at work, leave some at your local gun shop or hunting club. There are a lot of folks out their who share our interest in liberty but don't know who to vote for, what to ask or where to get unvarnished information. That is where you can help by sharing endorsement cards. When you send e-mails, insert a link to my blog or the NRA-PVF endorsement page under your signature.
So the New York Times is alarmed. We must be doing something right.
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