Written by rfreed

Sunday, 21 April 2013

image for NRA Considers Pressure Cookers As A Future Income Possibility

The NRA, fresh from its victory of further controlling American laws by defeating all Congressional bills limiting access to guns of mass destruction, is now looking to further extend its power. Successfully cowing and buying off Senators involved with the bills, the NRA now wants to expand the range of its control in the U.S.

Now that the future manufacture of assault rifles is secure the NRA must search for other venues to expand its grasp and other weapons of unsuspected mass destruction fit the bill. Strangely, they are looking into forced buyouts of pressure cooker industries. They see this as an excellent source of future revenue, one that well fits within the NRA self image.

NRA President David Keene had this to say,"We see a great shiny future in pressure cookers. They might seem like an every day household appliance, but I'm sure we can turn them into a controversial product. And you know we thrive on controversy. And so do our rabidly hungry lawyers! Already we have a design that can hold more projectiles and burst with more shrapnel. I am sure it will become a proud and popular item of the NRA arsenal!"

On a side note, the NRA , now possessing more guns and firepower than the U.S. military itself, is contemplating simply taking over the American government itself. Already having most of the Senators and Legislators in their pocket, they already have a great edge in their favor. "I am sure we can do a better job of running things than the present government can. As Mao Tse Tung once said 'Power comes out of the barrel of a gun.'"

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: NRA, gun bill

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