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    Default An idea for some offensive action

    After telling off a paid solicitor for the PA Chiefs of Police Association, I'd like to ask the fine political minds here how to initiate an action. I'd like to initiate a movement in the PA House and Senate, declaring MAIG and PA CPA to be criminal organizations, revoking any and all authorization for Political Lobbying and fund raising. Grounds for the declaration, both organizations are actively engaging their members to commit criminal actions by violating their oaths of office and the Constitution of the Commonwealth. Both organizations openly and vocally encourage violations of the UFA, and Article I Section 21 of the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

    Later we can also ask for CeaseFire PA to be added to the list for encouraging Subversion of the Constitution and violation of the UFA.

    How can we get this rolling?

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    Well I posted information about working on the campaign for Tom Corbett, this is one step.


    The owners of http://www.protectthe2nd.us are working on a few things in Philly.

    The FOAC is doing things at the State Level.

    The NRA and GOA is working at the Federal level.

    What are you looking to do?

    I posted information about joining - http://forum.pafoa.org/pennsylvania-...-election.html

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    There are lawyers on here.

    Your best bet is to ask them.

    Gunlawyer and Gnbrotz.

    I agree with you about the charges against those two organizations.

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    Default Re: An idea for some offensive action

    Quote Originally Posted by thefirstndsecond View Post
    There are lawyers on here.

    Your best bet is to ask them.

    Gunlawyer and Gnbrotz.

    I agree with you about the charges against those two organizations.
    I am NOT a lawyer.

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    Default Re: An idea for some offensive action

    You have my full support!
    Gott mit uns

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    Default Re: An idea for some offensive action

    Quote Originally Posted by gnbrotz View Post
    I am NOT a lawyer.
    You probably should be. You would be a serious threat to the ruling class.
    I can tell you've been rady8ed, you have a nice glow about you.

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    Default Re: An idea for some offensive action

    join the FOAC group..it's a state-wide firearm advocacy site.

    http://www.foac-pac.org

    personally, I like doing things on a local level more than a national level. I feel as if smaller groups/organizations tend to listen to their members more.
    Peace, Prosperity, and Liberty

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    Default Re: An idea for some offensive action

    Quote Originally Posted by andrewjs18 View Post
    join the FOAC group..it's a state-wide firearm advocacy site.

    http://www.foac-pac.org

    personally, I like doing things on a local level more than a national level. I feel as if smaller groups/organizations tend to listen to their members more.
    It's not about "listening to the members", it's about having members that have the motivation to do something themselves, instead of bitching about what everybody else isn't doing. THAT'S the strength that this "non-member association" has demonstrated so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnbrotz View Post
    It's not about "listening to the members", it's about having members that have the motivation to do something themselves, instead of bitching about what everybody else isn't doing. THAT'S the strength that this "non-member association" has demonstrated so far.
    correct, but I also feel as if FOAC is more willing to listen to ideas from its members on how to properly handle an issue then to push it aside.

    I do agree though that people have to be willing to fight to keep their rights.
    Peace, Prosperity, and Liberty

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    Default Re: An idea for some offensive action

    Sorry G, thought you were.


    It comes down to getting involved.

    Write your reps.

    Stay informed.

    The way I do this is, NRA, GOA, JPFO, FOAC and the Federation.

    The FOAC works at the state level.

    We need some help here in Philly that is where I am hoping the protect the 2nd comes in. (still in development)



    The NRA is large and it is up to its members to get off their ass.

    I would like to see in Philly, meetings, group shoots, fundraisers, and interaction with local politicians.

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