Brady Campaign to End Gun Violence Shoots at Little Girls

Brady Campaign to End Gun Violence Shoots at Little Girls
All in an effort to demonize gun owners and create new buzz word ‘Assault Clips’.

Brady Campaign to End Gun Violence Shoots at Little Girls
Brady Campaign to End Gun Violence Shoots at Little Girls
National Association for Gun Rights
National Association for Gun Rights

Colorado ––( The Brady Campaign is telling the world that you like to shoot little girls.

They want people to think that you and I spend our range time practicing to murder children.

At least that’s how I understand this ad:

After I watched the latest anti-gun TV ad from Sarah Brady’s group, I honestly thought it was a spoof. Maybe the Brady Campaign should start writing for Saturday Night Live.

The reality – as you and I both know – is that they are completely serious. They want people to believe that gun owners like you and me are cold-blooded murderers who want to shoot children.

And they are pushing this message everywhere they can. Absolutely sickening.

But it does show me one thing, most importantly:

They’re desperate.

They are willing to demonize all law-abiding gun owners by claiming they get their kicks from shooting targets that look like little girls.

This is the same group claiming they are after “reasonable” gun laws.

Does making an advertisement glorifying violence against children sound reasonable to you? I didn’t think so.

That’s why I know you are smart enough to realize their backing for H.R. 308 – a ban on anything that can hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition – is but one step in their plan…

…A plan to take everything they can from you that should be protected by the Second Amendment.

Don’t let their rhetoric fool you. (Look on Youtube if you want to watch the video. We wont help spread their message)

After you’ve watched the video, call your Member of Congress (202) 224-3121 and tell them to vote “NO” on H.R. 308.

For Liberty,

Dudley Brown
Executive Director
National Association for Gun Rights

The National Association for Gun Rights was founded in 2001 to serve as a grassroots gun rights group focusing on building state-level gun rights groups and lobbying for pro-gun federal legislation. Brown has been a gun lobbyist for more than 17 years. Visit:

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John Maddox

I think I could make a good case for Congress being in session only six months out of every year and then having that split into two separate sessions of three months each. If you have any doubts have a look at this list of bills that are currently in the judicial committee where HR308 currently resides. Note how many of these bills are simply BS for special interests.


The Brady people are really sick.

For years I have argued that the only people that shouldn’t have guns are those in Prison, those in a mental facility or those illegally in the country people.

I believe that as sovereigns our rights come from God and that our rights can not and should not be taken away because we sought medical help.

I think I must now ad another exception: “people that support gun control”

These people are obviously sicker than I thought and should be bared/banned from society.

They are dangerous to liberty