NRA Sought Donations in Days After Colorado Shootings

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Three days after a gunman calling himself the Joker from the Batman series shot dead 12 people in a suburban Denver movie theater, the National Rifle Association sent out a letter asking for money.
"The future of your Second Amendment rights will be at stake," the letter said. "And nothing less than the future of our country and our freedom will be at stake." The letter dated July 23, which was sent to NRA supporters including to people in Colorado, doesn't mention the gunfire during the showing of the new Batman movie July 20 in Aurora, Colorado.
It was also sent as the national debate over gun rights has flared up, prompted by the Aurora shooting and continuing after the Aug. 5 shootings at a Sikh temple near Milwaukee. A gunman, identified as Wade Michael Page, a 40-year-old U.S. Army veteran, is suspected of killing six people in that incident before police shot him dead...

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right after Columbine.  Nothing new here.... by JimZ on Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 1:41:57 PM