mojo84 wrote:Apparently there are quite a few not politically savvy enough to guess why Cornyn and the NRA are reacting in the manner in which they are regarding these items.
http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/nra-l ... le/2636806
I do not have a bump-stock and do not expect to ever own one. However, reacting so quickly by putting them on the sacrificial legislative and/or regulation alter seems to be premature and desperate.
Political insiders have trouble guessing why us outsiders do not have much confidence in them and their methods. Here's a hint, when the dems win control, they run the show. When the repubs win, the dems run the show and the repubs argue and talk down to one another.
I couldn’t agree more.
What is hard to stomach is when your opponents, whether in person, FB or otherwise, use NRA’s stance on this issue to argue in their favor...”...you see, even NRA supports examining the legality of bump-stocks...” is what I’ve been told.
Maybe there is some strategical objective that I’m not seeing. So rather then leaving millions of us NRA members scratching our heads asking ourselves what the heck is going on, why doesn’t the NRA and Cornyn come out and convey to us their message a bit clearer.
So that nobody is left wondering and speculating, which is what as part of human condition will inevitably happen where clarity is absent.
Some of us are wondering if our belts will need to be ATF approved next.