NRA Presses FEMA to Send Real Aid to Tacloban
In the wake of Typhoon Yolanda (known in the US as Haiyan), NRA Exec VP Wayne LaPierre is pressing FEMA to send the survivors in the flattened city of Tacloban the sort of supplies that storm victims really need: Semiautomatic rifles.
“The biggest problem these Filipino people have right now is security. The best way to guarantee security is to be well-armed. That way, when a bag of rice becomes available, they don’t have to worry about some larger or stronger person elbowing their way past them to get it. They should stop whining about damages, grab a gun and take command of their lives.”
“Nothing calms down a disaster like the presence of semiautomatic weapons … except automatic weapons, of course.”