So. Wayne LaPierre and Chris Cox will go to DC, sell out the membership, get nothing in return, explain what a good deal it was, and ask for more money to fight gun control. Just as they did with the Gun Control Act of 1968. And, having helped write and pass the Act, spent years clawing back some of its most onerous provisions and consequences.
Now the NRA is looking to help promote “gunstock control” even knowing gun control laws are written over-broadly and enforced even more broadly. All laws, including the proposed “gunstock control” law, make criminals where there weren’t any. And that’s all they do. They don’t prevent crime, they create it. More laws, more criminals. It can’t be any other way. To gun control activists, gun owners are criminals, and there aren’t yet enough laws to prosecute them all.