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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 winespectator.com, 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 Responses to “NRA Wine Club?”

  1. Ace says:

    Maybe we can start the NRA Microbrewed Beer Club?

  2. 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.

  3. Bitter says:

    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. :)

  4. straightarrow says:

    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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