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Cabela's Targeted by Latest Daley/Blagojevich Gun Control Scheme
U.S. Newswire ^ | 2/6/06 | Richard Pearson

Posted on 02/28/2006 5:42:10 AM PST by Sgt. Stryker

ISRA Press Release Cabela's Targeted by Latest Daley/Blagojevich Gun Control Scheme

SPRINGFIELD, Ill., Feb. 6 /U.S. Newswire/ -- The following was released today by the Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA):

Chicago Mayor Richard Daley and Governor Rod Blagojevich have teamed up to push legislation designed to thwart plans by a major hunting/fishing retailer to open a superstore in suburban Chicago. The bill, HB4693, would make it nearly impossible for any law-abiding entity to engage in the lawful retail sale of firearms in the state.

Cabela's, based in Sidney, NE, recently announced plans to build a destination superstore in northwest suburban Hoffman Estates. The store would employ 400 people and feature a wide variety of gear to meet the needs of every outdoor sportsman. Of course, the retail sale of firearms would be a major component of the store's business.

Cabela's announcement comes at a time when Blagojevich and Daley are pulling out all stops end private firearm ownership in the state. Within recent weeks, their backers in the legislature have introduced several bills intended to suck the life out of the state's long standing heritage of safe and lawful firearm ownership. Included along with HB4693 is HB2414 -- a highly controversial bill that would ban gun collecting and competitive shooting.

"We feel bad for Cabela's and the people of Hoffman Estates," said ISRA Executive Director Richard Pearson. "The village has worked hard for 3 years to bring Cabela's to town. Just a few weeks ago, the village trustees voted unanimously to repeal the village's gun registration ordinance to facilitate Cabela's move. Hoffman Estates jumped ship, and Daley won't stand for that. Thus, we see the introduction of HB4693, which is a clear attempt to undo what the Hoffman Estates village trustees have accomplished. This is yet another example of Mayor Daley looking to extend his power and control beyond Chicago's city limits."

"If HB4693 passes into law, no businessperson in their right mind would want to go into, or even stay in, the retail firearms business," continued Pearson. "The fees, red tape, paperwork, and potential criminal liability associated with HB4693 would make the cost of compliance with the law unbearable. Already thin profit margins would be trimmed to near zero. It just wouldn't pay to stay in the retail firearms business -- and that's precisely the intent of this legislation."

"HB4693 and HB2414 constitute a double-pronged attack on lawful firearm ownership," said Pearson. "HB4693 would eliminate retail sales of firearms, and HB2414 would ban many, if not most of the firearms currently owned by law-abiding Illinois citizens. Of course, neither of these bills addresses the criminal use of firearms. But then again, Blagojevich and Daley are not about crime control, they're about banning guns."

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The ISRA is the state's leading advocate of safe, lawful, and responsible firearms ownership. For more than a century, the ISRA has represented the interests of over 1.5 million law- abiding Illinois firearm owners.


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My first post, so I hope I don't screw it up too bad. Thank God I don't live in Illinois. How do these people keep getting elected?

Semper Fi.

1 posted on 02/28/2006 5:42:13 AM PST by Sgt. Stryker
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To: Sgt. Stryker

3 words: They Aren't AMERICANS.


2 posted on 02/28/2006 5:46:33 AM PST by ExcursionGuy84 ("Jesus, Your Love takes my breath away.")
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To: Sgt. Stryker

I live in Illinois. These people get elected because the Republican party has been emasculated by the recent George Ryan ethics scandal and the failure of party leadership to offer and support strong conservative candidates.

That being said, I would think such legislation is unconstitutional and should be immediately contested in the courts.


3 posted on 02/28/2006 5:48:03 AM PST by bcsco ("He who is wedded to the spirit of the age is soon a widower" - Anonymous)
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To: Sgt. Stryker
Thank God I don't live in Illinois. How do these people keep getting elected?

Two words: DEAD PEOPLE

4 posted on 02/28/2006 5:51:27 AM PST by Puppage (You may disagree with what I have to say, but I shall defend to your death my right to say it)
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"My first post, so I hope I don't screw it up too bad."

You did great.

"Thank God I don't live in Illinois."

I do. And if I may speak on behalf of the rest of the conservatives in this state, We're sorry. Maybe some of you "super" red state dwellers could send a few of yourselves over here to help even things out.

"How do these people keep getting elected?"

Unions, Chicago:Home of the Jesse Jackson Black Mind Control Looking For A Handout Program, Not enough people downstate (who are generally conservative to moderate) to offset the high liberal condensed Chicago Metro area, and former Republican Governor George Ryan's License For Bribes scandal. Last gov race could have been won by candidate Jack Ryan who was strongly ahead in the polls, until a judge ruled it was O.K. that the press be privey to sealed court documents pertaining to his divorce. Apparently coercing your wife to a sex club is bad for your political future........unless your Bill Clinton.

5 posted on 02/28/2006 6:05:30 AM PST by uptoolate
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To: bcsco

I also live in Illinois and we who live south of Springfield don't have a prayer against the crooks in Chicago. They think whatever is good for Chicago is fine for the whole state. All of our taxes go up north to support their lifestyles.


6 posted on 02/28/2006 6:06:10 AM PST by GrannyK
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To: Sgt. Stryker
You did a good job for your first post. I messed my first one up. lol They let you know when you do too. :o)

I'm with you. Thank God I don't live in IL too. They have some of the worst laws in the country.

7 posted on 02/28/2006 6:13:01 AM PST by NRA2BFree
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To: Sgt. Stryker

I don't recall, to quote Mrs. Clinton, the words safe, lawful, and responsible, anywhere in the second amendment. That might be the beauty of the second amendment, anyone can own firearms until the various federal agencies, states, counties, cities, towns, municipalities, and other governmental entities start exercising their safe, lawful and responsible tactics in defiance of the Constitution of the United States of America.


8 posted on 02/28/2006 6:16:26 AM PST by wita (truthspeaks@freerepublic.com)
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To: uptoolate
Maybe some of you "super" red state dwellers could send a few of yourselves over here to help even things out.

Not on your life! Chicago has great pizza, but I wouldn't live there under any circumstances!

9 posted on 02/28/2006 6:16:35 AM PST by 6ppc
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To: NRA2BFree
"They have some of the worst laws in the country."

But we do have the best homeschool laws. Which is good since the anti-christ resides in the public school system here.

10 posted on 02/28/2006 6:16:55 AM PST by uptoolate
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To: 6ppc

Aw come on! If the Libs in New Orleans can be absorbed into red states so that LA can have a fighting chance, why can't some of you infiltrate this heavily blue state to help us have a fighting chance. Or on second thought maybe Bush could call up the next hurricane to hit Chicago.


11 posted on 02/28/2006 6:20:55 AM PST by uptoolate
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To: NRA2BFree

I don't live in IL, but in the neighboring state of Iowa, which isn't exactly a red state. If you were to look at the red/blue map you would think we were a red state, but the metro areas of Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Quad-Cities and Dubuque have all turned to the dark side.

It's scary to see govenment officals, that were elected to uphold the Constitution, do all in there power to destroy it.

Semper Fi.


12 posted on 02/28/2006 6:25:11 AM PST by Sgt. Stryker ("Saddle Up, Saddle Up")
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To: Sgt. Stryker

They never stop and never give up. We must be more agressive in combatting these loons.


13 posted on 02/28/2006 6:35:47 AM PST by ZULU (Non nobis, non nobis, Domine, sed nomini tuo da gloriam. God, guts, and guns made America great.)
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To: Sgt. Stryker

Cabela's should respond by building in Gary, Indiana instead. Then they should mount an advertising blitz in the Chicago market pointing out that the jobs, tax revenue, and economic growth they would have brought to Illinois will be going to Indiana instead, but jobs would still be open to Illinois residents willing to commute across the state line. They should emphasize in their ads that they were very interested in putting a store in the Chicago area, but that excessive, prohibitive, and confiscatory regulations made it economically infeasible to do so.


14 posted on 02/28/2006 6:46:38 AM PST by VRWCmember (You are STILL safer hunting with Dick Cheney than riding in a car with Ted Kennedy!)
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To: Sgt. Stryker

Because the actual voters can't compete with the dead ones. The precincts with the heaviest voter turnout are Graceland, Mt. Carmel and Waldheim. They always go 100% Dem. My grandfather and Al Capone, Dion O'Banion, Hymie Weiss, Vince Drucci all have voted the straight Machine ticket since 1948.


15 posted on 02/28/2006 6:47:33 AM PST by jonascord ("As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly!")
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To: uptoolate
But we do have the best homeschool laws. Which is good since the anti-christ resides in the public school system here.

That's good news about the homeschool laws, however; you are wrong about anti-christ residing in the public school system there. She married my dad and lives in NM. LOL

16 posted on 02/28/2006 6:49:06 AM PST by NRA2BFree
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To: Sgt. Stryker
Blago is married to the daughter of a long time Daley crony and so they are sort of like a communist version of Batman and Robbin.

One thing that would end this crap once and for all is a statewide REFERENDUM on guns because this state government has failed us and the city mayor is running the state. I live in Chicago for many years and I know these two men.

I would like to start a petition without the help of the NRA to end this crap. The people need to speak with no influence from any such organization so that the message is crystal clear. I would like to have some help from all of you to get this organized.

I do need some legal advise on what we can do with respect to a referendum that will protect our 2nd amendment rights. We must stop the steady destruction of the 2nd amendment by the leftists. peopleofillinois@yahoo.com

Talk to me.
17 posted on 02/28/2006 6:59:20 AM PST by SQUID
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To: Sgt. Stryker

Because the actual voters can't compete with the dead ones. The precincts with the heaviest voter turnout are Graceland, Mt. Carmel and Waldheim. They always go 100% Dem. My grandfather and Al Capone, Dion O'Banion, Hymie Weiss, Vince Drucci all have voted the straight Machine ticket since 1948.


18 posted on 02/28/2006 7:04:38 AM PST by jonascord ("As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly!")
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To: Sgt. Stryker

This is what will happen. Cabelas Will bribe, oops I mean lobby, the pols in question and the issue will disappear. This is no different than how business is done in the Middle East. It's just that the bribery is done more up front there. Out politicians on both sides of the aisle know this, and have been doing it for decades. Why do you think millionaires run for jobs that pay 100k. It's the power and graft that pays off. Have you ever seen a politician that left office broke?


19 posted on 02/28/2006 7:09:42 AM PST by fourmation599
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To: Sgt. Stryker

If someone took the time to do the reseaerch, I bet he or she would find that very few, if any firearms purchased from Cabella's have been used by the original owner to commit a crime. Another "feel good" law that will nothing to make the world a safer place "for the children."


20 posted on 02/28/2006 7:10:37 AM PST by Labyrinthos
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To: uptoolate
Apparently coercing your wife to a sex club is bad for your political future........unless your Bill Clinton.

American would have never forgiven Bill Clinton if it would have been Hillary rather than Monica that he was horn-dogging around with.

21 posted on 02/28/2006 7:13:45 AM PST by BlueMondaySkipper (The quickest way of ending a war is to lose it. - George Orwell)
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To: 6ppc
I live right next door in Indiana. We still honor the 2nd amendment. Unlike dictator Daley.
22 posted on 02/28/2006 7:14:46 AM PST by jaydubya2
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To: Sgt. Stryker

Tar and feathers. LONG over due...


23 posted on 02/28/2006 7:14:57 AM PST by Dead Corpse (I believe that all government is evil, and that trying to improve it is largely a waste of time.)
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To: Sgt. Stryker

All Illinois residents go to the NRA-ILA website and from there look up your reps and then email them or get their phone numbers and contact them that way.


24 posted on 02/28/2006 7:16:01 AM PST by junta (It's Jihad stupid! Liberals, Jihadis and the Mexican elite all deserving of "preemption.")
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To: VRWCmember

I don't see a lot of Chi-Town denizens finding much to buy in Cabelas.


25 posted on 02/28/2006 7:16:16 AM PST by wtc911 (You can't get there from here)
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To: bcsco

I could be wrong, but I seem to remember a large number of Downstaters who opened their arms to Blago and voted him in.

IMO the whole state is sick. Too many IL residents that call themselves (R) are very middle of the road and just don't seem to care anymore.

All of Chicago's Collar Counties are now no different then Cook. I wish I had the stones to move. Anyone hiring in South Dakota?


26 posted on 02/28/2006 7:21:58 AM PST by roofgoat
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To: Sgt. Stryker
Cabela's is basically a license to print money. Bass Pro Shops and them have brought in huge crowds and also nearby development everywhere they have built a store. Turning away the sale tax revenue this place would spit out is further proof of what a moron Blago is.
27 posted on 02/28/2006 7:29:55 AM PST by Corporate Law (<>< Xavier Basketball - Perennial Slayer of #1 Ranked Teams)
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To: Sgt. Stryker

I do live in Illinois and I plan to join the Illinois State Rifle Association today.


28 posted on 02/28/2006 7:40:25 AM PST by kenn5
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To: Sgt. Stryker
Good morning.
"How do these people keep getting elected?"

They get elected because there are big cities and university towns.

Michael Frazier
29 posted on 02/28/2006 7:56:00 AM PST by brazzaville (no surrender no retreat, well, maybe retreat's ok)
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To: GrannyK
Same in NY.The people in upstate are some of the most patriotic America has to offer,yet they are paying the price for decisions made to subsidize NYC.Gun laws for one.Try opening a business there.First,in comes the EPA for their slice and it goes downhill from there.Permits required for just about any thing conceivable.Your wallet is half empty before you can break ground.Talking to a friend from there,he said it has become the land of the haves and have nots.No more middle ground.Then pay the taxes on what you created.Attorney General is doing his best to shakedown the money men,who will likely move to a more friendly state environment.Good place to live if you are a freeloader.
30 posted on 02/28/2006 8:05:28 AM PST by xarmydog
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To: fourmation599
Have you ever seen a politician that left office broke?

The only one that comes to mind is U. S. Grant.

31 posted on 02/28/2006 8:19:25 AM PST by ol' hoghead (Some fiend stole my corkscrew. I've had nothing but food and water to live on this week)
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To: SQUID
> I would like to start a petition without the help of the NRA to end this crap
> I do need some legal advise on what we can do with respect to a referendum that will protect our 2nd amendment rights

Fantastic idea, Squid. If you do receive such guidance, from the NRA or from lawyers, please be sure to post to the Banglist? Others of us who also are trapped in blue states would definitely follow your lead. Thanks.

32 posted on 02/28/2006 8:44:44 AM PST by NewJerseyJoe (Rat mantra: "Facts are meaningless! You can use facts to prove anything that's even remotely true!")
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To: GrannyK
We live in Ogle County, North-Central state. Chicago has been a lost cause as long as I can remember, and Cook County likewise. The collar counties aren't quite as bad, but they're not conservative by any means.

Even with Chicago politics, Illinois has been able to elect its share of Republicans to state office. It's George Ryan's duplicity that has hurt Republicans for some time to come. Blago is not well liked, even among many Democrats. The problem is the stigma that the Republican Party now has, and their inability to put forth an excellent field.

Right now my money is on Oberweis. Interestingly, the campaign signs are now coming out on our lawns. I've seen Oberweis signs but no other Republican signs as yet. Even more interesting, I've yet to see any Blago signs; even along what I call 'Democrat Row' in our town.
33 posted on 02/28/2006 9:10:04 AM PST by bcsco ("He who is wedded to the spirit of the age is soon a widower" - Anonymous)
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To: VRWCmember

These same idiots were against opening a walmart right outside of chicago also.. walmart does have its downsides, however, it will create jobs and tax revenue.

I have to buy some ammo from wally world this week....


34 posted on 02/28/2006 9:11:31 AM PST by BigTom85 (Proud Gun Owner and Member of NRA)
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To: roofgoat
"I could be wrong, but I seem to remember a large number of Downstaters who opened their arms to Blago and voted him in."

I seem to recall the same but I don't trust my memory that much. I believe it arose from the George Ryan fiasco.

Blago does not have his base solidified and isn't that popular throughout the state. But thus far there's no one on the Republican side that stands out. My money is on Oberweis at this time. But I DO NOT want to see Topinka win the primary. That would be like going back to the Ryan era. No thanks!

35 posted on 02/28/2006 9:14:29 AM PST by bcsco ("He who is wedded to the spirit of the age is soon a widower" - Anonymous)
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To: Sgt. Stryker

Why would any freedom loving company want their sales tax contribution to go to fund those freedom hating Marxists anyway? They should locate on the Interstate about 1/4 mile into Indiana, and give IL residents a way to flip the IL legislature the bird on both the 2A infringements AND the sales tax! Actually, make that 2 miles across the state line, so the IL state troopers can't sit just inside IL, watch who goes into the store, and find some excuse to pull them over and search them when they drive back across the line.


36 posted on 02/28/2006 9:18:22 AM PST by Still Thinking (Disregard the law of unintended consequences at your own risk.)
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How do these people keep getting elected?

Chicago Democratic Machine + Most people in Chicago couldn't care less about rights as long as the welfare and the cushy city jobs keep coming. I used to think NYC was the absolute worst place to live if you cared about your rights, but Chicago is trying to take first place.

37 posted on 02/28/2006 9:18:23 AM PST by from occupied ga (Peace through superior firepower)
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To: xarmydog
Then pay the taxes on what you created.Attorney General is doing his best to shakedown the money men,who will likely move to a more friendly state environment.Good place to live if you are a freeloader.

Well, yeah, that's why he lives there! ;-)

38 posted on 02/28/2006 9:19:59 AM PST by Still Thinking (Disregard the law of unintended consequences at your own risk.)
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To: ol' hoghead; fourmation599
The only one that comes to mind is U. S. Grant.

Also Thomas Jefferson

39 posted on 02/28/2006 9:20:38 AM PST by from occupied ga (Peace through superior firepower)
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To: wtc911
I don't see a lot of Chi-Town denizens finding much to buy in Cabelas.

Then you haven't been in Wisconsin on a weekend.

40 posted on 02/28/2006 9:35:11 AM PST by Mike-o-Matic
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To: GrannyK
I also live in Illinois and we who live south of Springfield don't have a prayer against the crooks in Chicago. They think whatever is good for Chicago is fine for the whole state. All of our taxes go up north to support their lifesty

But aren't most of your local LEO's, being primarily downstate natives themselves, of the same mind as all you in the gainfully employed sector?

41 posted on 02/28/2006 9:41:35 AM PST by Still Thinking (Disregard the law of unintended consequences at your own risk.)
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To: Still Thinking

Got me there!


42 posted on 02/28/2006 9:53:36 AM PST by xarmydog
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To: Mike-o-Matic
Then you haven't been in Wisconsin on a weekend.

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That is certainly true.

43 posted on 02/28/2006 10:07:23 AM PST by wtc911 (You can't get there from here)
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To: bcsco

bcso, I DO specifically remember when Oberweiss ran last election, he took HELL from the Papers and the Sallys in DuPage for his stance on Immigration. Of course the usual "He hates immigrants crap" they threw at him.

Remember the commercials (which I liked) about the filling of Soldier Field comparisons. He was attacked by everyone. Loved reading in the editorials of the Trib and Sun Times the aghast Mothers stating they were going to cancel their Milk Service because of his intolerance.

Sorry, as horrible as Blago as, I still think he wins. I don't know if Judy Baar is a lot better though. They all seem to be cut of the same cloth. Oberweiss might bringing something new to the table, the other (R)'s I must admit my ignorance regarding their character. I guess I'm more disappointed in the IL voter than anything else.

Even my conservative friends are all too "busy" to even send an email to any Public Figure.


44 posted on 02/28/2006 10:49:23 AM PST by roofgoat
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To: roofgoat
Remember that Illinois developed more so as an industrial state than an agrarian state. It's industrial base (read 'unions') developed far more clout that the farmers and other interests. While its industrial base has withered somewhat, the influence still remains. Thus the climate we have today.

I recall some of Oberweis' campaign from the last election. But the climate has changed on that issue and I question whether he would be as poorly received this time on that same issue. In any event, we can't count on the Chicago papers.
45 posted on 02/28/2006 11:14:59 AM PST by bcsco ("He who is wedded to the spirit of the age is soon a widower" - Anonymous)
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To: bcsco

Yes, Oberweis has some signs showing up around here in Clay County. I had a call doing a survey a week ago and it was so funny. The guy was very polite and ask what my priority would be in the next election etc. Then named candidates and ask who I would vote for. Topinka was the first choice then listing the others. I said Oberweis and the caller stuttered somewhat and then thanked me for participating. I'm guessing he wanted Topinka.


46 posted on 02/28/2006 12:59:36 PM PST by GrannyK
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To: GrannyK

What's also interesting is that we've received no mailings at all except from Ron Gidwitz's campaign, and we've been getting those for months.

The only other campaign literature we've received has been for our local sheriff's race. Go figure!


47 posted on 02/28/2006 1:08:51 PM PST by bcsco ("He who is wedded to the spirit of the age is soon a widower" - Anonymous)
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To: VRWCmember

Gary?, The murder Capitol of the U.S.? I think everyone there already owns a gun.


48 posted on 02/28/2006 8:34:03 PM PST by uptoolate
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To: uptoolate
Last gov race could have been won by candidate Jack Ryan who was strongly ahead in the polls

ummm... Ryan ran against Osama, er Obama, for the Senate seat that Fitzgerald vacated.

49 posted on 02/28/2006 8:45:21 PM PST by flada (Posting in a manner reminiscent of Jen-gis Kahn.)
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To: Sgt. Stryker

I certainly hope that firearms and ammunition manufacturers follow the lead of Ronnie Barrett.

Once police departments begin to learn that they can't purchase firearms or ammunition directly from the manufacturers or distributers, having to go through retail channels, maybe they'll begin to get the hint.

Mark


50 posted on 02/28/2006 9:03:45 PM PST by MarkL (When Kaylee says "No power in the `verse can stop me," it's cute. When River says it, it's scary!)
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