New Jersey –-(Ammoland.com)- THE PRIMARIES:
Many of our members and supporters are trying to decide what to do about the New Jersey primaries on June 4, 2013.
Ask yourself the question “Has my current representative supported my values and stood up for my rights” and if the answer is NOT a ROUSING “YES“, then it is time to choose column “B”.
If your current representative has made a CAREER out of “public service”, it might be time to help him or her find other employment.
Obviously, you don't take someone like Alison McHose, Michael Patrick Carroll, or Michael Doherty, who have done a great job and send them home. They are proven supporters of the RKBA.
You DO want to check our sister site The NJ2AS Candidate Pledge Facebook Group Page to see if a candidate in your district has specifically pledged to support the right to carry.
In most cases, the BEST message you can send to those legislators that are embedded in the system is “We don't like what you have done to NJ, so we voted for THE OTHER GUY (OR GAL)”!!!
FIX THE NICS:
Miss Amy, our Twitter Queen, has launched a PHENOMENAL “FIX THE NICS” Twitter campaign. Thousands of “Tweets” are going out daily making people aware of this serious problem and demanding a FIX. You can help. Even if you do not have a Twitter Account or do not use it much, we have a tool that will automatically “RE-Tweet” the important messages that your fellow members send out. Setting up an account is easy. If you need help, or if you are willing to install the “Twitter Auto Pilot” on your Windows computer, please contact Miss Amy at [email protected]
CONTACTING YOUR LEGISLATORS AND ATTORNEY GENERAL
The NJ2AS is working with the national Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) on running targeted campaigns such as an effort to contact your legislators to reconsider their support for the current gun control bills. We may also be able to put some pressure on them to put an end to the NICS delays. These campaigns will involve the use of email and TARGETED direct mailings. We will promote these campaigns as soon as they are ready to go. In the meantime, keep trying to contact your legislators and the Attorney General’s Office to encourage them to fix this broken system.Thank you, Frank Jack Fiamingo
President – NJ2AS
New Jersey Second Amendment Society – Our mission is to promote the free exercise of Second Amendment rights within the community and Legislature of New Jersey, to educate the community regarding the enjoyable, safe, and responsible use of firearms, and to engender a sense of camaraderie and fellowship among the members and their families. Visit: www.nj2as.com