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How to defeat the gun control bums in 2014
My Skull | 2/18/14 | RandallFlagg

Posted on 02/18/2014 6:07:50 PM PST by RandallFlagg

I thought of this a few days ago, and emailed it to Tom Gresham. He emailed back and said, "I like it! Thanks for the idea, Randall. Tom."

Soo, I figured I oughta share it with the good folks on my favorite site.

Here we go:

1. Encourage everyone in their states to do a little bit of research about their elected folks.

2. All of the information is in everyone's individual state's own government legislative website -they make it SO easy.

3. Make a list of those who have voted to diminish their 2nd amendment rights. Using local gun rights groups helps -I use the Rocky Mountain Gun Owners here in Colorado.

4. Make sure that their lists are detailed -with contact information and phone numbers.

5. Put their lists onto a WORD or any other kind of text document. 6. Print out a whole bunch of copies. 7. Leave stacks of them in every gun shop, every gun range, every sporting goods store. Hell, tape them to bus stops, gas pumps, restroom stalls. Whatever it takes!

So, whaddya think? I'm going to send this to Mark Walters at Armed American Radio, too.


TOPICS: Government; Miscellaneous; Society
KEYWORDS: banglist
I was thinking that it would be better to call first and ask if they'll allow you to do this. Not all gun ranges and shops are run by like-minded folks.
1 posted on 02/18/2014 6:07:50 PM PST by RandallFlagg
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To: RandallFlagg

shoot them in their sleep

which is at any moment in their dreamworld existence


2 posted on 02/18/2014 6:09:50 PM PST by bigheadfred
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To: bigheadfred

Killin’s too good for them. I want them to feel the pain and shame for what they have done to us. I want them to be laughed at and spit on wherever they go.

They’d gladly want the same for us gun-owners.


3 posted on 02/18/2014 6:14:28 PM PST by RandallFlagg ("I said I never had much use for one. Never said I didn't know how to use it." --Quigley)
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To: RandallFlagg

peeing on their graves works for me

while they have an eternity to rend and gnash


4 posted on 02/18/2014 6:16:29 PM PST by bigheadfred
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To: bigheadfred
Holee Moly, but you guys are ruthless.
Howabout you just strap on a hogleg, sling an M4 and walk about in their world?

First they'll piss themselves, and then they'll have a heart attack - all bases covered!

5 posted on 02/18/2014 6:20:53 PM PST by grobdriver (Where is Wilson Blair when you need him?)
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To: grobdriver

LOL!!!


6 posted on 02/18/2014 6:24:31 PM PST by RandallFlagg ("I said I never had much use for one. Never said I didn't know how to use it." --Quigley)
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To: RandallFlagg

Don Davis, of Dons Guns in Indy is a good example.

He went on national tv and pushed for the Assault Weapon Ban and told me and my brother to our face that he wasn’t concerned about a ban because he had several shipping containers full that he would sell in the months before it took effect.

Also watch straw purchases going down there.

Big black guy in the huge denim clothes with a 98 pound girl.

She checks out a large handgun she can barely hold up, shows it to him, he nods and she pulls a stack of hundreds out of her pusres and does the paperwork.


7 posted on 02/18/2014 6:24:52 PM PST by digger48
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To: digger48

OMG!! I have to go look that up.
Thanks.


8 posted on 02/18/2014 6:27:41 PM PST by RandallFlagg ("I said I never had much use for one. Never said I didn't know how to use it." --Quigley)
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To: RandallFlagg

Bump


9 posted on 02/18/2014 6:29:06 PM PST by Jet Jaguar
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To: RandallFlagg

wiki actually is not to far off.

Just search “Don Davis Assault Weapon Ban”

big supporter of the Brady Bill and #4 in illegal gun sales in the US

Bigtime Slimeball.

Was a household name because of his slogan on every commercial.

“I don’t want to make a lot of money, I just LOVE to sell guns!”

and he made a sh!tload of money doing it.

one of his ads...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPTFkDQcBWk


10 posted on 02/18/2014 6:35:15 PM PST by digger48
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To: RandallFlagg

Here is some more info about RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS

ORIGINAL MILITIAS HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH STATE NATIONAL GUARDS

“Before speaking of the militia system which prevailed after the establishment of the national government, it is well to consider why that system first became necessary.

From the earliest settlement of New England down to the close of the War of Independence the fear and dread of the Indian entered as one of the conditions of existence into every day life.
It was necessary for self preservation that there should be some system of military training among the settlers that men might know what to do and where to resort in case of attack and under whose orders to place themselves.

The militia system was brought from England and adopted to meet new conditions in America. In every new settlement one of the first things which the settlers attended to was the formation of a military company for self defense.

Thus we have found that in 1764 while the settlements at Coos were hardly two years old the able bodied men were formed into a company of militia of which Jacob Kent was made captain.

When the revolution came on all these military companies were of vast service as furnishing men for the field who already knew a little of military discipline. Soon after the war began all the able bodied men between the ages of sixteen and fifty were enrolled in the train bands These bands met for regular drill and when there was a call for
men as many as were needed were sent out from these bands.

Besides these was the alarm list in which were enumerated all the men between fourteen and sixty five who were liable to be called upon in an emergency. At two or three times of peril during the war the alarm list was resorted to. One of these was during the last weeks of the campaign of
Burgoyne when all the stronger men went to the seat of war while the old men and boys kept watch and ward at home.

After the war and down to about 1847 all the able bodied men between the ages of eighteen and forty five years were with few exceptions made by law enrolled in the militia and required to do military duty.

Every man was obliged to keep himself constantly provided with such arms and equipments as were necessary for actual service and for so doing his poll was exempt from taxation.”p287

1902, “History of Newbury, Vermont: From the Discovery of the Coös Country to Present Time”
edited by Frederic Palmer Wells


civilian volunteers of NH fight at Battle of Saratoga -p119
p439 civilian volunteeers before Battle of Bennington”p48

1746:local NH inhabitants with their own arms help the militia scour the woods to kill raiding Indians from Canada

p.109 “At this time there was a company of VOLUNTEERS [my caps] from Charleston with Stark under the command of Captain Abel Walker, which was embraced in Colonel Hobart`s regiment,which, we have reason to believe, did good service ion the Battle of Bennington, which followed a few days after.”

ex: “History of Charlestown, New Hampshire: The Old No. 4, Embracing the Part ...”
By Henry Hamilton Saunderson


11 posted on 02/18/2014 6:43:14 PM PST by bunkerhill7 ("The Second Amendment has no limits on firepower"-NY State Senator Kathleen A. Marchione.")
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To: digger48

Yeah. I’m just getting to the videos of the news reports about one of his employees being shot.


12 posted on 02/18/2014 6:52:22 PM PST by RandallFlagg ("I said I never had much use for one. Never said I didn't know how to use it." --Quigley)
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To: bunkerhill7

Heh! I’m on my fourth listening of the audiobook, “That Every Man Be Armed,” by Stephen P. Halbrook. Excellent history about our 2nd amendment right’s origin.

And, that was mentioned in there, too.


13 posted on 02/18/2014 6:54:20 PM PST by RandallFlagg ("I said I never had much use for one. Never said I didn't know how to use it." --Quigley)
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To: bunkerhill7

Exactly right. Most of my male ancestors in the 1700s were in a local militia.


14 posted on 02/18/2014 7:32:25 PM PST by Inyo-Mono (NRA)
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To: Inyo-Mono

Back then, Militia was all that we had. The Founders were STRONGLY against the implementation of a standing army -as it would threaten the liberty of the people.


15 posted on 02/18/2014 7:35:03 PM PST by RandallFlagg ("I said I never had much use for one. Never said I didn't know how to use it." --Quigley)
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To: basil

self ping to read tomorrow…….


16 posted on 02/18/2014 8:07:28 PM PST by basil (2ASisters.org)
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To: RandallFlagg
...I want them to feel the pain and shame for what they have done to us...

But sadly, they never will. It is unwise to hope for such an outcome.

The sociopaths in command positions at most of our civic and cultural institutions have trained themselves to be incapable of shame. Many of them cannot feel pain or fear either - at least not in any way that is comprehensible to ordinary people.

It is not possible to "fix" them or "compromise" with them.

Only their forced removal from power positions will be sufficient to stop the damage that they do.

If we are extremely lucky this might yet be accomplished by political means.

17 posted on 02/18/2014 8:16:14 PM PST by flamberge (What next?)
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To: flamberge
It is not possible to "fix" them or "compromise" with them.

I don't want to fix or compromise with them.
I want to OUT them to people who don't pay attention.
People who say, "Oh, I just hunt. I don't care about politics and all that stuff."
People who say, "Oh, I just like to plink every now and then. I don't give a crap about elections and all that stuff."
Those are the ones that we need to get the attention of.
Because if they are allowed to remain in office, they won't be able to plink or hunt ever again.
It might be a good slap in the face.
It might wake them up, and force them to get involved.
18 posted on 02/18/2014 9:51:40 PM PST by RandallFlagg ("I said I never had much use for one. Never said I didn't know how to use it." --Quigley)
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This would be like the Press publicizing the information about gun owners…. Oh wait..

While one has to be careful about what one does with such information, I’d like to point out a couple of things that occurred to my on this.

1). Property transfers, deeds and mortgages are all a matter of online public record.

A fair number of local governments have this information online – look for deeds and records or GIS system on their web pages.

It varies from community to community, but it’s a good starting resource.

2). Tax records are also a great resource – you can find out a lot of detail about these people – when the bought their house, how much it’s worth and a great level of detail about their houses – number of bedrooms, bathrooms, square footage, amenities, etc.

3). Most of these documents also reside at you local city hall or county seat – you may have to do a little sleuthing. But you can root out the data since it’s supposed to be available for all.

4) Unless you’ve been living in cave for the past few years ( and with what is coming, that’s not a bad idea, but I digress )..

There are quite a few mapping and satellite image sites on the web that will give you some nice intel on people, not to mention street view images of their houses.

That’s about all I can think of right now – maybe you all might have mention this already, but I felt it would be a good idea if I pointed out these things anyway.

19 posted on 02/19/2014 7:48:27 AM PST by HammerT (The COMMONSENSE CIVIL RIGHT OF ARMED SELF-DEFENSE [CASD], itÂ’s the law of the land.)
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To: RandallFlagg
So, whaddya think?

A detailed contact list of opponents has a thousand and one uses. Most of those uses are best served by keeping the exact details in the list private.

A limited reveal that "the list" exists could be more effective at getting attention then full disclosure of the contents.

What does get disclosed must be accurate. Lists accumulate incorrect data pretty quickly, and critical details are always changing. Everything must be periodically revised.

It strongly behooves anyone who is making a list to be checking it twice.

20 posted on 02/21/2014 8:17:58 PM PST by flamberge (What next?)
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To: flamberge
Most of those uses are best served by keeping the exact details in the list private.
If I did that, voters wouldn't know their names when the elections come.

A limited reveal that "the list" exists could be more effective at getting attention then full disclosure of the contents.
Perhaps.

What does get disclosed must be accurate. Lists accumulate incorrect data pretty quickly, and critical details are always changing. Everything must be periodically revised.
It's really easy to check using the state's site. Their anti-gun votes are on record. They can't take them back.

It strongly behooves anyone who is making a list to be checking it twice.
Agreed. That's why I haven't finished it yet.
I want to make damn sure that it's accurate before it's released.
21 posted on 02/21/2014 8:29:00 PM PST by RandallFlagg ("I said I never had much use for one. Never said I didn't know how to use it." --Quigley)
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To: RandallFlagg

Proper windage ?


22 posted on 02/21/2014 8:29:48 PM PST by tomkat
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To: flamberge
Many of them cannot feel pain or fear either

wanna bet ?

23 posted on 02/21/2014 8:32:32 PM PST by tomkat
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To: tomkat

ROTFLMAO!!
It’d be a waste of good ammo, though.


24 posted on 02/21/2014 8:33:49 PM PST by RandallFlagg ("I said I never had much use for one. Never said I didn't know how to use it." --Quigley)
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