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Muslim terrorists in the United States have organized a well regulated militia and are now accepting new members.

"Now the government can't stop our military style violence against the civilian population!" said Mohamed Mohamed, leader of Muslim Terrorists for American Firearm Rights, a subgroup of the National Rifle Association. "By exercising our Second Amendment rights to bear arms, our terrorist strikes on US soil are now beyond the reach of the United States government and law enforcement."

"The terrorist have thwarted all efforts by the Department of Homeland Security by invoking the Second Amendment," said Janet Napolitano. "The government is powerless to stop a well regulated militia. It says so right in the Constitution."

"Terrorist are very smart and sneaky," said Wayne LaPierre, president of the NRA. "They know that guns cannot be controlled by law but must be well regulated. These guys are having training sessions on maximizing civilian deaths using automatic weapons and improvised explosive devices. They've got an org chart that diagrams the entire hierarchy, a Jihadi Manual and even matching t-shirts-- talk about 'well regulated.' You can't get more well regulated than that. The NRA welcomes these well organized militias in their efforts to stop government tyranny."

Gun right advocates are divided on what this actually means. "We all know that the government is the enemy," said Norman Normal, NRA member. "The government is the enemy of these Muslim terrorists too and as the old saying goes, 'The enemy of my enemy is my friend.'  So I guess the NRA supports terrorism if they oppose government gun control efforts."

In related news, the government has subpoenaed the membership list of the NRA and has begun confiscating guns from all registered NRA members. "The NRA membership list has been a valuable tool for targeting gun owners not part of a well regulated militia with our Black Helicopter eradication program," said Janet Napolitano.


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