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free and easy way to help the gunrights war

tr foxtr fox Member Posts: 13,856
I don't know about everyone else, but since 1968 I feel that gun owners have, overall despite small victories, been losing the gun rights war. If things keep on like they have been, I think that in the next 20-40 years our gunrights will be lost forever. While I appreciate and help as I can with the way the battle is being fought, I keep thinking we must find better, easier and cheaper ways to advance our gunrights cause. I have post notes asking others for ideas on this and have received little. Here is one idea for you to consider: Everytime you converse (internet, in person, while buying or selling, etc) ask that gun owner to encourage everyone he knows to join any effective national and local gunrights group and help in any way he/she can. Any other ideas out there? Larry

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  • tr foxtr fox Member Posts: 13,856
    edited November -1
    rednex4hunting, I agree with most of what you say. But I don't think we will ever get the media to be our friend. It appears liberal, left-wing, Socialist type people are either drawn to be a media reporter or after they go through journalism school and on-the-job training they end up as such. And even if NONE of us gun/trucker typed EVER voted, the elected representatives should be held accountable to conduct the nations business in a sensible and reasonable way that follows the constitution and common sense. One example of common sense is that a peaceful citizen deserves to have the LEGAL RIGHT, proper tools (guns) to defend himself/herself, family, other innocents and property. Most of this seems to be ignored by the anti-gun groups and many of our city, county, state and federal representatives. Larry
  • aluehrsaluehrs Member Posts: 1 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    You are an idiot, people DO have the right to own a gun... * moron
  • tr foxtr fox Member Posts: 13,856
    edited November -1
    aluehrs: with an attitude like yours it is no wonder so many people are afraid of people owning guns. I bet you are a fun guy to sit around with and discuss different topics. have a nice day and pass along my sympathy to those around you who have to deal with you in person on a regular basis.
  • LowriderLowrider Member Posts: 6,587
    edited November -1
    Probably has an IQ in the upper fifties to low sixties. A little below a mentally challenged monkey.
  • will270winwill270win Member Posts: 4,845
    edited November -1
    Hold up now! It ain't his fault he's an idiot, his parents brought him up that way, blame them!
    If you run, you'll just die tired!
  • IconoclastIconoclast Member Posts: 10,912
    edited November -1
    aluehrs, you certainly have compelling logic and remarkable eloquence; I'm sure you've converted many to your views. I particularly like your signature line . . . oops, that was your post, wasn't it?
  • bartobarto Member Posts: 4,860
    edited November -1
    i finally discovered someone with an IQ & hat size that match.
  • arkresearcharkresearch Member Posts: 22 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    GOD ! I THINK there was something worst thanthe 9/11 attack , They invented an IQ removal bomb and already used it in 99% of american minds !
  • bfairbfair Member Posts: 250 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Gun owner rights would not be at issue if only gun owners would get out and VOTE.But not just go to polls and mark a ballot, but understand the gun owners rights position of those they are voting for.
    Semper Paratus
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