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    Gabby Giffords' gun control group has a guide to promoting their gun-control agenda.

    https://giffords.org/wp-content/uplo...tion-Guide.pdf

    Let's see if we can't turn it around on them
    Taceant colloquia. Effugiat risus. Hic locus est ubi mors gaudet succurrere vitae.
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    I don't know why I'm better with revolvers, keat so please stop asking.

  • #2
    What gets me is when the Left is confronted with the knowledge that there are homicidal maniacs running around loose in our society, their answer is to lock up the guns! WHAT THE HELL! LOCK UP THE HOMICIDAL MANIACS! Like always, they look at the problem wrong and so come up with the wrong answer.
    http://youtu.be/ei8OK4WdoW0
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4CuH...e=channel_page
    http://www.stoppingpower.net/comment...tervention.asp
    http://youtu.be/wXwPtP-KDNk
    https://youtu.be/Iy71umadb6k

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    • #3
      20 pages of propaganda to take on 27 words of a Constitutional amendment.

      I love how they say to not specifically mention the NRA because many folks relate the NRA to hunting, shooting sports, and firearm safety and education. Ummmmm, yeah???

      "Instead, focus on using the term 'gun lobby'."

      Azzholez.

      More time, money, and energy has been spent on this issue...such a waste. All those resources could have solved so many other real problems. Will the left ever give up on this political hotbed issue that really shouldn't be an issue for argument AT ALL? Unfortunately, no.

      Unless the SCOTUS steps up and takes a few cases to shut this down permanently.
      Originally posted by mjkeat;
      The gun you have is better than the gun you don't.

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      • #4
        I can't get it to come up. (the link, for those of you with dirty minds) Ace2
        Sometimes the term 'Idiot' is a description and not an insult.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ace View Post
          I can't get it to come up. (the link, for those of you with dirty minds) Ace2

















































































          A Guide to Understanding and Engaging Americans on the Need for Stronger Gun LawsMAKING OURCOMMUNITIESSAFER

          Americans are having an unprecedented conversation on how gun violence is impacting our communities—and what can be done to prevent gun tragedies and save lives. Candidates around the country now define themselves as gun violence prevention champions and embrace commonsense gun policies. And our leaders are acting to help keep guns out of the wrong hands. In January of 2016, the White House took the most significant federal action for gun safety since the signing of the Brady Bill two decades ago when it worked to narrow the loophole to require background checks for most gun purchases at gun shows and online. Since the tragedy at Sandy Hook, state lawmakers have passed 125 commonsense gun laws in 41 states. States that have enacted the strongest gun laws reduced gun violence by 40 percent.But there is still more to do. Each year in our country, there are more than 33,000 gun deaths and more than 130,000 people shot. Even as Americans demand more be done to reduce gun violence, the gun lobby is doubling down on their efforts to keep our elected officials in their grip. But the tide is turning. By using the right arguments and language to bring more Americans into our movement, galvanize our allies, and fight back against the gun lobby, we can win this fight.Americans for Responsible Solutions conducted extensive national public opinion research and designed this guide to help legislators, candidates, and advocates communicate more effectively on the need to strengthen our gun laws and save lives.PURPOSE



















































































          A Guide to Understanding and Engaging Americans on the Need for Stronger Gun LawsMAKING OURCOMMUNITIESSAFER

          Americans are having an unprecedented conversation on how gun violence is impacting our communities—and what can be done to prevent gun tragedies and save lives. Candidates around the country now define themselves as gun violence prevention champions and embrace commonsense gun policies. And our leaders are acting to help keep guns out of the wrong hands. In January of 2016, the White House took the most significant federal action for gun safety since the signing of the Brady Bill two decades ago when it worked to narrow the loophole to require background checks for most gun purchases at gun shows and online. Since the tragedy at Sandy Hook, state lawmakers have passed 125 commonsense gun laws in 41 states. States that have enacted the strongest gun laws reduced gun violence by 40 percent.But there is still more to do. Each year in our country, there are more than 33,000 gun deaths and more than 130,000 people shot. Even as Americans demand more be done to reduce gun violence, the gun lobby is doubling down on their efforts to keep our elected officials in their grip. But the tide is turning. By using the right arguments and language to bring more Americans into our movement, galvanize our allies, and fight back against the gun lobby, we can win this fight.Americans for Responsible Solutions conducted extensive national public opinion research and designed this guide to help legislators, candidates, and advocates communicate more effectively on the need to strengthen our gun laws and save lives.PURPOSE
          LEAD WITH VALUESWith freedom comes responsibility. Responsibility means commonsense measures to keep guns out of the hands of felons, domestic abusers, and the dangerously mentally ill, and safely storing guns to keep them away from children.DEMONSTRATE NEED FOR STRONGER GUN LAWS AND THEIR EFFECTIVENESSBackground checks have stopped over 2.4 million gun sales to prohibited people, like felons, domestic abusers, and the dangerously mentally ill.4 Unfortunately, loopholes in our laws allow up to 40 percent of gun sales to still go unchecked,5 allowing gun violence to become the new normal.END WITH A CALL TO ACTIONWe need commonsense gun laws that close these loopholes, reduce gun violence, and save lives.TALKING ABOUT GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION IN 30 SECONDS1




          There is more, but I'm not going to copy and paste it all. I think you get the drift.
          Last edited by Goodtime Charlie; 02-25-2019, 23:36.
          http://youtu.be/ei8OK4WdoW0
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4CuH...e=channel_page
          http://www.stoppingpower.net/comment...tervention.asp
          http://youtu.be/wXwPtP-KDNk
          https://youtu.be/Iy71umadb6k

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          • #6
            Some part of the gun control movement IS anti-American. The Constitution and our freedom are their enemy. They can "use" people like Giffords and Schumer who may not even know what is the "plan."

            "They" can do a murder when they want. Gun control in the form of GFZ and confiscation makes their task easier.

            The average voter is ignorant and can be swayed by media that doesn't report the reduction in death and violence that happens..

            Arming teachers and staff, carry whether licensed or Constitutional makes their killings less likely. That explains why they are against armed teachers.

            So the crazy people, the confused kid, the terrorist and the revolutionary all can change the country unless we stop complaining about a letter from the NRA as being too much, too many. GOA, SAF, state associations all needand deserve as much support as we can give.
            The people think the Constitution protects their rights; But government sees it as an obstacle to be overcome.
            If your religion says suicide and murder are wrong; Aren't you doing both if you are not prepared to defend your life and the lives of others?
            I am not a lawyer, but I have personal opinions.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jim Macklin View Post
              Some part of the gun control movement IS anti-American. The Constitution and our freedom are their enemy. They can "use" people like Giffords and Schumer who may not even know what is the "plan."

              "They" can do a murder when they want. Gun control in the form of GFZ and confiscation makes their task easier.

              The average voter is ignorant and can be swayed by media that doesn't report the reduction in death and violence that happens..

              Arming teachers and staff, carry whether licensed or Constitutional makes their killings less likely. That explains why they are against armed teachers.

              So the crazy people, the confused kid, the terrorist and the revolutionary all can change the country unless we stop complaining about a letter from the NRA as being too much, too many. GOA, SAF, state associations all need and deserve as much support as we can give.
              Jim, the problem with the letters from the NRA is the constant pestering for donations. I can understand an annual fund drive, like the public TV stations do, but the incessant bombardment of begging letters, some using guilt, others using insults to get donations is just going too far.
              http://youtu.be/ei8OK4WdoW0
              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4CuH...e=channel_page
              http://www.stoppingpower.net/comment...tervention.asp
              http://youtu.be/wXwPtP-KDNk
              https://youtu.be/Iy71umadb6k

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Goodtime Charlie View Post

                Jim, the problem with the letters from the NRA is the constant pestering for donations. I can understand an annual fund drive, like the public TV stations do, but the incessant bombardment of begging letters, some using guilt, others using insults to get donations is just going too far.
                Gee, letters drive you up the wall and into a pit.

                The reason is simple, the cost of mailing a million letters vs. mailing 600,000 letters is the cost of removing the 400,000 letters from a "mailng." More money is raised with say a 20% money return.

                But if you write or call the NRA on their 800 number and ask to get only so many letters your mind isn't warped and twisted.

                I get letters from lots of people who seem to think I have lots of money. The fact is I do donate $5 when I can to select politicians. But I get calls about cancer, law enforcement officers, animals and from NRA-ILA, SAF, GOA, CCRKBA, JPFO, .

                I've learned to not answer the phone when it rings. I owe that skill to bill collectors.
                The people think the Constitution protects their rights; But government sees it as an obstacle to be overcome.
                If your religion says suicide and murder are wrong; Aren't you doing both if you are not prepared to defend your life and the lives of others?
                I am not a lawyer, but I have personal opinions.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Jim Macklin View Post

                  Gee, letters drive you up the wall and into a pit.

                  The reason is simple, the cost of mailing a million letters vs. mailing 600,000 letters is the cost of removing the 400,000 letters from a "mailng." More money is raised with say a 20% money return.

                  But if you write or call the NRA on their 800 number and ask to get only so many letters your mind isn't warped and twisted.

                  I get letters from lots of people who seem to think I have lots of money. The fact is I do donate $5 when I can to select politicians. But I get calls about cancer, law enforcement officers, animals and from NRA-ILA, SAF, GOA, CCRKBA, JPFO, .

                  I've learned to not answer the phone when it rings. I owe that skill to bill collectors.
                  I don't have to write or call the NRA to get off their mailing list--I quit them a long time ago, and am no longer pestered by them.

                  I receive email newsletters and alerts from GOA, and use their email system to respond to my legislators about proposed gun bills. I only receive "begging emails" from them infrequently. I like GOA more than NRA for that reason, plus the fact that they are effective and do not compromise.

                  I used to be an NRA member and booster, recruiting others for NRA membership. That was early in my life in the gun culture. When they could not stop the AWB, I did not renew my membership, as it seemed a waste of money. I no longer drink the NRA Kool-Aid, nor do I recruit for them anymore. To me they are more about raising money than fighting for my gun rights. I don't care about all the other programs NRA has, I have no interest in them.
                  http://youtu.be/ei8OK4WdoW0
                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4CuH...e=channel_page
                  http://www.stoppingpower.net/comment...tervention.asp
                  http://youtu.be/wXwPtP-KDNk
                  https://youtu.be/Iy71umadb6k

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                  • #10
                    The NRA called me yesterday. They asked something about how I felt about this or that. I said I was no longer on-board because they hadn't done anything in years. I also mentioned that I let my instructor certs expire and plan to let anything else expire that hasn't already. The lady quickly thanked me and hung up. Hopfully that's the end of those calls
                    Failure is an opportunity to learn.

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