Let’s say, hypothetically, that you want to join a gun rights group.
Let’s say that you don’t read this blog – or worse, you read it, but don’t take it seriously. So you don’t know, or haven’t taken seriously, the news that the group “Minnesota Gun Rights”, is basically a Potemkin fundraising front the transfers money from Minnesota to Iowa, and spends a bare minimum of it on Minnesota political campaigning.
You send in your hard-earned money.
“These are the people that we report to – not a boss 1,000 miles away who doesn’t understand Iowa and what Iowans want”.
That may be the most hilariously ironic slip of all this group’s hilariously ironic slips.
If you were this fictional person, who might now be wondering “hey, maybe there’s a point to all the things that people’ve been saying about Minnesota Gun Rights“, you might follow up by asking the people looking out for your
Iowegian Minnesotan gun rights a few questions:
- What “backroom deals” are you referring to, and what specifically was wrong with them? What rights did they cost me, or anyone, in
- Precisely what “bribes” are you referring to? That sounds pretty serious, so please be very specific.
- What rights have existing groups – the NRA, GOCRA and others – “bargained away”? Again, since I’m a concerned shooter, this sounds really serious. Please be very, totally, utterly specific.
Let me know if you hear back from them.
Wherever you live.