One Man’s Money vs the 5 Million Members of the NRA ~ Video

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg
National Rifle Association
National Rifle Association

FAIRFAX, Va. –-( What would it mean for our country if one man’s money could buy other man’s rights?

We will never let a billionaire tell us his life matters and ours do not.

He doesn’t get to make that judgment – the Good Guys do.

Join the 5 million men and women of the NRA.

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An aspect about bloomie that amuses me is his financial knowledge/tactics. He pledged $50,000,000 for the everytown program. Every time you went online to his site you were given the opportunity to donate to his cause. In addition, every time we heard about his actions, we heard about his pledge for $50,000,000 of his own money.
With his group(s) constantly looking for donations, and his $50,000,000 being always referred to, just how much of his own money was actually used in this campaign?


Billionaire tax , no deductions , 50% , lets vote on that.
Boycott any business that does business with Bloomberg .
Short his stocks till they tank.
Get it beat him at his own game.


NRA contract lobbyist Todd Vandermyde is doing great “work” in IL. After the U.S. Federal Court in Chicago ORDERED the IL legislature to pass a concealed carry bill in Dec. 2012, Vandermyde filled up hick Rep. Brandon Phelps crap HB183 carry bill with Duty to Inform w/ criminal penalties of 6 MONTHS or 1 YEAR in jail, plus an UNLIMITED state & federal privacy waiver. Thanks Todd! Vandermyde was lobbyist for President William Dugan at the Intl. Union of Operating Engineers local 150 in Countryside IL, before Dugan was convicted by U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgeral in 2010: Chris Cox… Read more »