I suspect this story is written on the premise that it will horrify National Public Radio readers (most of whom I presume the author believes will wet their panties at the mere mention of the word “gun”), and yet I found the report oddly comforting.
This NRA conclave was held in my birth state, and the people described are the sort of people I grew up with. I may not agree with everything they believe – I did leave Indiana, after all – but I understand them, and for the most part like them.
I doubt that NPR understands there are millions of folks in America who will feel the same way when they read this story.
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