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    Default Re: Yes, rallies can be effective if….

    Quote Originally Posted by Democrat Gun Owner View Post
    I commend pro-gun efforts. I just don't see a handful (even a couple dozen) protesters making a difference...especially if they are not voters of the Chairman's district who could either vote him out during the general election (highly unlikely) or "primary" him.
    So you said.
    And so I said, that your opinion is entirely suspect as long as you remain a Liberal Democrat and support a party that wants to abolish the Second Amendment.
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    Although you may not be able to vote in the chairmen's district, money spends well across district lines.
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    Default Re: Yes, rallies can be effective if….

    Quote Originally Posted by IIIIIREPOIIIII View Post
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    Would like 1 more area leader to step up, for an even dozen.

    I've been updating post #1. Lets give it the weekend. Then the 12 (or 11) of us decide on a date/time/place. If we start with 12, we'll likely get 9 to a strategy meeting.

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    Default Re: Yes, rallies can be effective if….

    I said in the rally thread I am in pending schedule conflicts.
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    Default Re: Yes, rallies can be effective if….

    Quote Originally Posted by Democrat Gun Owner View Post
    True...I never thought of that. It is very unlikely a sitting Committee Chair would lose his chairmanship as long as his party remained in the majority, but I guess it could happen.

    I commend pro-gun efforts. I just don't see a handful (even a couple dozen) protesters making a difference...especially if they are not voters of the Chairman's district who could either vote him out during the general election (highly unlikely) or "primary" him.
    I guess you have not seen the effects that the Mommies that want to take your guns has.. And the last 3 rallies they had at the Capitol there was only about 15 -20
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    Default Re: Yes, rallies can be effective if….

    Quote Originally Posted by truecrimson View Post
    I said in the rally thread I am in pending schedule conflicts.
    My apology. I apparently missed that. BTW: all of us are subject to schedule conflicts. That's why I have been pushing for 12 people. For any given get together, we would likely get 8 or 9 out of 12.

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    Default Re: Yes, rallies can be effective if….

    Longcall, would you like to post some possible dates that will work for the Harrisburg meeting.
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    Default Re: Yes, rallies can be effective if….

    So, we have a dozen.

    Can we try this? Would everyone on the list reply with whether generally speaking, a late Saturday morning (11ish) or late Sunday afternoon (4ish) is better, or both or neither. Once we get a rough sense of which is better, we'll put out a few dates.

    For me, I can usually do either.

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    Default Re: Yes, rallies can be effective if….

    I could do either but prefer mornings. Are we going to meet at the Hollywood Casino?
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