Skip to comments.GOA issues Gunwalker Scandal Congressional Briefing Paper:
Posted on 02/25/2011 5:39:07 AM PST by marktwain
Remember day before yesterday when Larry Pratt came out swinging on the Gunwalker scandal?
Last night, just before the CBS piece ran, Chris Brown at the collectivist "analysis" chop shop Media Matters slammed Larry Pratt as a conspiracy theorist.
On February 22, Gun Owners of America (GOA) president Larry Pratt appeared on America Live and presented a variety of misleading reasons for his opposition to Andrew Traver, President Obama's nominee to head up the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). Pratt's objections during the segment were political in nature, wholly ignored Traver's distinguished record as a law enforcement officer and veered into far-flung accusations of criminal conspiracies by the ATF.
Then the CBS piece ran. Well, as David Codrea commented to me last night in a phone call regarding Collectivist Brown, "Sucks to be him."
Congratulations aside, I feel like the non-com whose battered squad has made it to the top of the hill and now realizes he's got to not only hold the ground he's taken, but push on to the next rise.
Gun Owners of America has just brought up some more ammo in this fight, so let's be fillin' up those ammo pouches, people. Drink water, and drive on.
This Congressional Briefing Paper sums up what we know up to now about the Gunwalker scandal. And for the next couple of days, a lot of your Congresscritters and Senators are at home, having taken this President's Day week off. That gives you two days to download the GOA brief, print copies and stuff them in your elected representatives' hands with a demand for hearings on Gunwalker.
Y'all have done magnificently up to this point. But we need to keep driving ahead. One media event doesn't move these critters.
"All right, you apes, so we took the frigging hill. Now we gotta take the next one."
Off your butts, people. We've got one more hill to climb. And quickly.
And be prepared for counterattack along the way.
I knew that I made the right choice two years ago when I changed my membership from the NRA to GOA!
Two posts in and we fall on ourselves like rabid dogs.
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