Friday, May 3, 2013

The New President of the NRA is from Alabama YeeHaw!

 NRA Leader
In addition to being home to the national college football champs four years in a row, the great state of Alabama can now brag it is the home of the new President of the National Rifle Association, Jim Porter Esq.

Media Matters (not to be confused with the mainstream media) informs (not to be confused with misinforms) us about five things to know about the new face/voice of the NRA from Bama. 
Meet The New Boss, Same As The Old Boss. Don't expect Porter to be a breath of fresh air bringing with him a new way of doing things. As is traditional, Porter will come to the presidency following two years as first vice president and two years as second vice president of the organization. He has also been the head of the NRA's legal affairs committee and a trustee of the NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund. Porter's father was the NRA's president from 1959 to 1961 and chaired the 1977 annual meeting  at which hardliners took over the organization and began transforming it into the no-compromise lobbying powerhouse the group remains today.
For more on Porter check out the Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence's Meet The NRA project.  Here is a snippet.
Addressing the administration of President Barack Obama, Porter stated, “I get so sick and tired of all these people with this fake president that we got who wants to say, ‘Well, you know he hadn’t done anything bad for gun owners.’ I say, let me tell you something bad that he’s done. His entire administration is anti-gun, anti-freedom, anti-Second Amendment.” Porter accused U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder of being “rabidly un-American” and involved with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in “trying to kill the Second Amendment at the United Nations.” He explained, “Right in the United Nations today, they have an initiative that would make it illegal for individuals all over the world to own firearms. And that’s what they’re passing. And that’s what this administration is supporting.” In truth, the U.N. Small Arms Treaty to which Porter is referring would set only international standards for the export of conventional weapons—leaving domestic laws regulating the possession of firearms untouched.


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