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Anyone who is on this site needs to join the nra right now because obama is planning on taking away the guns walmart is not sell

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  • #16
    Typically, members with 5 or more years of consecutive membership and life members are provided ballots for electing Board members.
    The NRA is governed by a large (typically 76-member) board of directors. The directors choose the president. From the board of directors, only 9 comprise the nominating committee. The organization also has an Executive Vice President, who is not a director but functions as Chief Executive Officer, who is appointed at the pleasure of the directors. Wayne LaPierre has held this position since 1991. (LaPierre took home $960,000 from the NRA and related organizations in 2010; Kayne B. Robinson, the executive director of general operations, earned more than $1 million. The Executive Director of the NRA Institute for Legislative Action is Chris W. Cox, who has been appointed by LaPierre every year since 2002)

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    • #17
      Thats not that much money given their responsibilities and compared with what other non-profit execs make. I figured they actually would make more. Those guys could make 10x that in the private sector.

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      • #18
        If I may, I'd like to Quote damo450 in his response to a blog on gun nuts.I agree completely. "I am glad to see David Keene on the talk shows now instead of LaPierre. Between LaPierre, Ted Nugent (although I am a huge fan), and Alex Jones we are not looking like the good upstanding citizens we really are. We look like quick to judge, whack jobs. We need to follow John Wayne's advice "talk low, talk slow, and don't say much". We have two ears and one mouth for a reason. The next "representative" of the gun owners of America needs to sit down, shut up, and let the lefty whacko media types talk themselves into a frenzy and show their true colors. Then give a great response and walk away. Not go into a tyrannical rage spewing off bumper sticker slogans."

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        • #19
          Amen Trapper Vic.

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          • #20
            I second that Trapper. The NRA could use a professional PR person. We need to appeal to the moderates and bring them to a neutral thinking position before the 2nd amendment can be referenced.
            Too harsh, in your face rhetoric from the NRA can only hurt the cause.
            I joined the NRA in 1965 and am a life member since i can't remember when - 1970?

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