Jim Manley's Role In Improving Society

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The aim of any elected politician is to improve society from it 's original state and to further protect it 's citizens with rules and regulations. The view of Jim Manley is, the NRA (National Rifle Association) is a powerful force that consists of four million members, who are very determined to get their way and that taking on the NRA can be political suicide. He thinks you have to think long and hard before enacting gun legislation, as it may be difficult. In addition to this, Jim Manley says "true success" is measured by being re-elected by his/her constituents and is implying that it is better to sacrifice lives, to stay 'politically alive ', which is quite selfish. Rob Borbidge believes that it was worth him giving up his "political
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