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NRA Hypocritically Endorses McCain

Posted by vpcadmin on October 20, 2008

John McCain, who only earns a “C” from the NRA, has been endorsed by the National Rifle Association.  Clearly, they flip-flopped.  And it wasn’t just because John McCain was the mastermind of the McCain-Feingold Act which would hamper NRA efforts in fund-raising. The NRA always, and forever, hated John McCain.  Perhaps the pedants out there will say that the NRA endorsement of John McCain just proves how bad Obama is on guns.  Well, the VPC Blog says they’re racist for even suggesting that.  Obama is pro-sportsmen; the AHSA even says so!

McCain isn’t very representative of gun owners anyway. His crimes are:

  • Does not support an assault weapons ban.  (Assault weapons which terrorists use to kill cops and children.)
  • Endorsed the 5-4 decision in D.C. v Heller.  (A decision which defies all logic and reason.)
  • Supports the sale of cop-killing hunting ammunition.  (Caused by a loophole in the original bullet ban.)
  • Supports the sale of .30 caliber anti-aircraft ammunition.  (The deadly .303 Brit shot down numerous German aircraft during World War II.)
  • Picked Sarah Palin to be his Vice Presidential candidate. (An inexperienced moose hunter.  Everyone knows that real hunters don’t hunt moose.)
  • Has dared to question Barack’s position on guns.
  • Is not endorsed by the American Hunters and Shooters Association.

As we all know, Barack Obama supports all gun owners and has defended them on numerous occasions.  Why, he’s even defended them against the NRA, which doesn’t really represent gun owners like the AHSA.  If the NRA is so representative, why aren’t they doing anything about conservation?  Barack Obama will protect our wildlands, to the degree that even hunting will not be allowed.  Then, everyone can enjoy nature in the same way.

Why do you think Barack Obama joined the Joyce Foundation?  To protect hunters, of course!

(This message has been approved by the Sierra Club and the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.)

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Obama Endorses Our Position

Posted by vpcadmin on September 10, 2008

Obama told the crowd that McCain and Palin spent most of the convention talking about their biographies.

Palin’s bio is “compelling,” Obama said.

The crowd booed. “No, it’s an interesting story.” More boos. “No, no, it is. I mean that sincerely. Mother, governor, moose shooter.”

The crowd broke out in laughter.

The VPC, Brady Campaign, and AHSA all agree that this is the best lens in which to view hunters.  With humorous laughter.

On election day, remember these words:  Barack Obama does not respect hunters.  And the American Hunters and Shooters Association endorses him.

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New Political Sign

Posted by vpcadmin on September 3, 2008

Available for free from the Obama campaign, just ask about the Joyce Foundation.

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“Completely Accurate”

Posted by vpcadmin on April 16, 2008

We couldn’t agree more about the Damned Rednecks and their “civil rights”. Read the whole thing at the Gun Guys

[Joyce Foundation 4 Life. –ed]

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The VPC Blog Endorses Barack Obama

Posted by vpcadmin on February 27, 2008

The VPC Blog proudly endorses Senator Barack Obama (D-Illinois) for President of the United States. Senator Obama, as a board member of the Joyce Foundation, worked to secure funding for many of our associate and compatriot organizations. The Violence Policy Center, the Brady Campaign, The Gun Guys, Cease Fire, and many other useful groups benefited from donations by the Joyce Foundation. To see a full listing of funding, see this chart on Wikipedia.

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