Where did you get from that story that the NRA was even remotely considering endorsing him? They invited him, as they must all presidential candidates if they reach out to even one, to an event. Fred is also attending and trying to win the endorsement, as is Richardson. Hell, even McCain accepted, and he's been tarred and feathered over campaign finance for years, with NRA being first at the courthouse to challenge his law.
I think you're reading way more into the event than should be. In fact, it's disappointing if people don't see this for what it really is: presidential candidates who don't support gun owners realizing that they must distance themselves as much as possible from their records.
That doesn't mean NRA is forgetting their records, it means that they aren't hanging up the phone rudely when these candidates call. If NRA did that, and one of these candidates wins, you can be assured they will embrace their anti-gun records again. However, if NRA politely allows them to speak and allows their own words either damn or save them with voters, then the candidates won't ignore the possible impact of those statements and won't try to actively screw us.
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