Dwyer and Corcoran can't even hold a fundraiser these days without angering the people on their own side. Of course, copyright and trademark infrignement aren't exactly ideal campaign issues to run on, either...
NRA hereby demands The Official Republican Slate Dist. 31 immediately cease and desist from using "NRA" or any other protected term or mark owned by The National Rifle Association of America in connection with any political activity. NRA further demands your organization immediately act to cancel and disavow the event noted below publicly and in particular to all original recipients of the communication below. Prompt documented verification these steps have been taken must be received before close of business Monday, June 5, 2006.
The item below was received by this office earlier today. NRA and National Rifle Association of America are protected marks of the NRA and cannot be used without our express premission. That permission was not and will not be given for the purposes advertised below. Your use of these marks violates the trademark, copyright and other intellectual property rights of the NRA. This event is not and will not be given license to use the NRA name in connection with it. Nothing short of a full retraction will suffice.