|Ready, aim, drink!|
Maybe that's why there's The NRA Wine Club. It sounds like a joke, but so did the NRA when claiming the real problem with Sandy Hook was that none of the teachers carried guns. And look what happened afterwards -- an increase in membership by 8,000 a day. That, friends, is marketing!
Much of the anti-gun side pictures NRA members as Schlitz-swilling, psych meds-abusing yahoos. So knowing that many gun owners drink out of stemware rather than funnels attached to tricked-out trucker hats will probably drive much of the Upper West Side to pour their entire Gewürztraminer collection down their Franke sinks in revulsion.
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If LaPierre had his way, the NRA would probably want a 28th amendment allowing everybody to drink as much NRA wine as they wanted before driving to the nearest gun range. And he has enough of dead presidents for living congressmen to get it passed.
Still, the NRA can make up for this louse-infested rodent in human form by coming up with wines with catchy-sounding names.
- Ricochet Rosé
- Bullseye Burgundy
- Shotgun Chardonnay
- Bullet-Piercing Bordeaux
- Chenin Blanks
Ready, aim, drink! And remember -- the only person who can stop a bad drunk with a gun is a good drunk with a gun.