The election is quickly approaching, and all NRA members and other gun owners should be in full-blown campaigning mode.
Hopefully by now:
-We’ve all told anyone who will listen about the dangers a Hillary Clinton presidency poses for the Second Amendment;
-We’ve registered to vote, and gotten as many like-minded individuals as we know to do so also; and
-We’ve marked the date on our calendars and can’t wait to get to the polls to cast our vote.Show your support for NRA and the Second Amendment this election cycle by purchasing an NRA yard sign.
If you are still in the process of doing those things, certainly continue to do so. If your preparation is done, however, there’s still one thing you need to do—get an NRA election sign for your yard.
Show your support for NRA and the Second Amendment this election cycle by purchasing an NRA yard sign. With everything that is at stake this year, including the presidency, the balance of the U.S. Senate and the makeup of the Supreme Court for generations to come, there has never been a greater need to support NRA and NRA-PVF endorsed candidates than right now.
NRA yard signs available this year are: Defeat Hillary, Vote Trump/Pence; I Will Stand And Fight With NRA; Don’t Tread On My Gun Rights and Vote Freedom First. The signs are available individually or in combination packs of two or all four.
… while the so-called “mainstream” media are working overtime trying to convince voters that Hillary “doesn’t want to take anybody’s guns,” that’s simply not true.As I’ve mentioned in this column before, Clinton represents sure disaster for America’s law-abiding gun owners. And while the so-called “mainstream” media are working overtime trying to convince voters that Hillary “doesn’t want to take anybody’s guns,” that’s simply not true.
She has called for bans on popular semi-automatic rifles used in less than 3 percent of murders. She has said a forced confiscation program like that used in Australia is “worth looking into.” And she has said the Supreme Court is “wrong” in ruling in the Heller decision that the Second Amendment protects an individual right to own a gun in your home for self-defense. She’s even refused to answer where she believes the Second Amendment protects and “individual” right.
In truth, that’s all you need to know to cast an educated vote next month. Because while Clinton has sworn to take on the NRA from her first day in office, Donald Trump has sworn to protect the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding Americans.
If you haven’t yet begun to prepare for Election Day, it’s certainly not too late. Make sure you include an NRA yard sign in your preparation.