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Gun fight? National political donors spend hundreds of thousands on local Milwaukee sheriff's race
Posted on 08/12/2014 4:46:06 AM PDT by TurboZamboni
WASHINGTON National political donors with deep pockets are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on a local Wisconsin sheriffs race that pits gun control groups against the National Rifle Association.
On Tuesday, voters in Milwaukee County, Wis. will decide whether theyll give controversial Sheriff David Clarke Jr. - a staunch supporter of Second Amendment rights known for his outspoken ads -- another term in office or side with his opponent, police lieutenant Chris Moews.
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TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; News/Current Events; US: Wisconsin
KEYWORDS: banglist; bloomberg; bloomturd; clarke; sherriff; wi
I'm sure Wisconsonites want to be nannied by an East Coast liberal.
Clarke made headlines last year after he spent money on a radio ad that urged citizens to enroll in firearms classes following budget cuts. He told residents in the 30-second commercial to point that barrel center mass and pull the trigger because 911 is not our best option. He also said that personal safety is no longer a spectator sport and told citizens, "I need you in the game."
no wonder Statists hate him.
posted on 08/12/2014 4:55:26 AM PDT
(Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.-JFK)
The police will get there in time to bring the chalk.
They’ll put the outline around your wife and babies or the scumbag. It’s up to you.
When every second counts, the police are just minutes away.
posted on 08/12/2014 4:59:12 AM PDT
by USCG SimTech
(Honored to serve since '71)
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