NRA Wine Club?

This is interesting:

The National Rifle Association has created a wine club, and a donation of its proceeds go to the NRA in its battle to preserve the Second Amendment.

According to, NRA members can go to the organization’s Web site and shop for a variety of “vintage boutique wines handpicked for club members.” Buy $500 worth of wine, and you’ll get a rebate that pays for your NRA membership, the Web site said.

According to many, the NRA are nothing but a bunch of trailer park bubbas. What’s with the hoity toity wine club? I’m not much of a wine drinker. I pretty much do the two B’s: beer and bourbon. I feel left out.

4 thoughts on “NRA Wine Club?”

  1. I get these e-mails all the time. I also get e-mails for NRA hotels, NRA jewelry and other NRA sponsored items. I think the NRA is just hooking up with anything that can bring in cash.

    I like wine, but the NRA is not the place from which I will be buying it.

  2. You know, I find it strange that I sign up for nearly all NRA communications and I never see the ads for this stuff. I also don’t get the fundraising letters. :)

  3. The NRA reminds me of AARP. A mass marketing entity masquerading as a non-profit organization, with no more loyalty to its members than a black widow spider has to her husband.

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