Quote of the day—Jeff Snyder

The battle for gun rights is one fought predominantly by the common man. The beliefs of both our liberal and conservative elites are in fact abetting the criminal rampage through our society.

Jeff Snyder
2001
Nation of Cowards page 20
[This essay was originally published in 1993 by The Public Interest.

As Chris Cox said

They don’t fear me. They fear you.

Chris Cox
NRA-ILA Executive Director

The NRA represents the common man and woman.—Joe]

2 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Jeff Snyder

  1. He’s right of course. The criminals and elites share a common bond, or natural alliance, whether they realize it or not. They both prey upon the common man. We can live and prosper without them. They on the other hand could not survive in their predatory status without us as prey.

    At some level they know all these things, which is why they envy and hate us, and will readily bite the hands (our hands) that feed them.

    They see us, and our land and resources, as chattel. In their minds they don’t need so many of us, and would rather have a very small, easily controlled number of “workers”.

    And so it is, among all the fake hoopla over “sexual impropriety” in the media, we find that the Bundy trial opening statements were given this November. I figured there had to be a real reason why the old leftist apparatchik would be making so much noise over a situation they created and nurtured for 50 years.

    During a trial about federal over-reach, resource and power grabbing, and murder, most Americans are busy talking about who may have diddled whom.

  2. The NRA represents the NRA, not the “common Man and Woman” the fact that they get contributions from the “common man” is merely because they occasionally do something that also helps us…..and they have a good PR system.

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