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    Quote Originally Posted by R L Suehr View Post

    I was told they requested special security and wanted to be segregated from our group. They were afraid of us.
    There was a lady behind me waiting in line, I could tell she a liberal. I was talking with her and had nice conversation then she asked what I was there for and I said the gun rights rally. Next thing I know she disappeared.. Lol I must have looked dangerous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fayette Patriot View Post
    Thanks for the info. Any thoughts as to why numbers like these are not necessarily producing pro 2A votes from our elected officials?

    One thing I remember doing in WV was having rallies in specific districts. Every time we hit a road block we targeted that personís district. It took a while, but it got things done. I was thinking if talking to the reps isnít working, then maybe talking to their constituents would.

    There has to be a way we can restore our rights.
    Well, mostly we fight the anti-,bills more than the actually get more pro bills. The problem is Republicans in this state really don't have any motivation to pass more pro-gun legislation. They constantly are running on a platform of "well, I had to vote for x to get reelected" "would you rather have a democrat that will ban everything". Slowly but surely we loose rights. I think it just hasn't gotten bad enough here to really wake people up. By the time it does, it'll be too late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikelets456 View Post
    There was a lady behind me waiting in line, I could tell she a liberal. I was talking with her and had nice conversation then she asked what I was there for and I said the gun rights rally. Next thing I know she disappeared.. Lol I must have looked dangerous.
    Well, you are kinda sketchy looking buddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R L Suehr View Post

    I was told they requested special security and wanted to be segregated from our group. They were afraid of us.
    Standard stunt. We got the same treatment from a MDA speaker at the Senate Hearings in NJ. She got up and pointed her finger in a sweeping way to where most of the Pro-2A people were sitting and said that we were "scary" people. No one had done anything but listen to the speakers. One guy spoke and did something similar saying that "you claim that your guns are not going to be used in domestic violence, until one of you is the next to abuse your wife". That was met with a collective groan.

    They have to shame and demonize the individual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R L Suehr View Post
    I think it just hasn't gotten bad enough here to really wake people up.
    ^^That I hope is the silver lining in this year. I hope this is enough to wake people up.

    Itís certainly enough to make me want to do more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fayette Patriot View Post
    ^^That I hope is the silver lining in this year. I hope this is enough to wake people up.

    It’s certainly enough to make me want to do more.
    I am working on setting up a rotation of volunteers to be at the Capitol every day of the legislative session to counter the Bloomberg people.
    There are only 60 legislative days per year, so it can be done if divided evenly throughout the membership here and other PA 2A groups.
    There are a few legislative days left next week and then one after the election, then the focus is to get set up for the next session.
    We may need to go to the Capitol early next week.
    Please volunteer if you can, and please help spread the word.
    More to follow.
    Bern-
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    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    Is that when you almost got us kicked out of the capital?
    What happened to freedom of speech anyway!!! its a sad day when when you can't BOO!!! angry mothers .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by R L Suehr View Post
    Well, you are kinda sketchy looking buddy.
    We all are.
    My wife sells stun guns and pepper spray! PM me for info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GunLawyer001 View Post
    I'm pushing back against the very snowflakish mob that demands that everyone think and speak exactly like they do. You're free to carry chambered or unchambered, and there are intelligent and fact-based reasons for both options, so maybe the adults in the room can stop sneering at either choice.




    If I recommended that you wear a seat belt while driving, would you say "if you don't drive at all you'd be even safer"? Or would you do a sane cost/benefit analysis to compare the options of seat belts vs no seat belts?

    Nobody would have an ND while carrying if they carried loaded but unchambered. Nobody would lose a winnable gunfight by 0.1 second if they always carried chambered. Show me how often either thing happens in the real world.
    Absolutely a matter of choice. There is no right answer, as the arguments from both sides have merit. One must simply decide which method works best for them, and practice and train that way as if your life will depend on it...and it will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    We all are.
    True

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