NRA sees a huge surge in membership interest after drawing noisy backlash over Parkland massacre

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  1. Rastus

    Rastus ..What Goes Around Comes Around.. AD-FREE USER

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    The NRA has seen a huge surge in membership interest in recent weeks, after drawing noisy backlash over the shooting in Parkland, Florida.

    Google searches for 'NRA membership' have risen roughly 4,900 per cent since the week before the February 14 shooting, with new members flocking to support the gun owners' rights group.
    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5461765/NRA-sees-huge-surge-membership-Parkland.html#

    Who would have guessed this except me and almost everyone else on tb. How come we predict human nature better than huge corporations and leftist gurus.
     
  2. Northern Flash

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    That's because we use common sense, where the business world and politicians play political correctness.
    They both live in some kind of fantasy land where we live in reality.
     
  3. Rastus

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    I still say college educates the common sense right out of people.
     
  4. LewSir

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    Isn't it coincidental Debbie Wassernan Schulz said she needs a school shooting to get federal funding. Then it happens.
    Hmm?
     

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