Dear National Rifle Association:

Really wish you’d just go away. Not just leave town. Disappear. Like evaporate. In lieu of that, however … Welcome to Louisville — our compassionate, possibility city!

I’ve been told the NRA does a lot of good: from proper training on how to use firearms to promoting safe practices and awareness. It’s too bad your leadership is hellbent on pushing an irrational, unreasonable, anarchist legislative agenda, which contributes to over 30,000 violent gun deaths each year.

But you must be doing something right: The NRA is the only organization that can bring together all three Republican parties in harmony.

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