Apathy will Kill the 2nd Amendment and End your Right to own a Firearm

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SO what are you doing to help defend the constitution?

U.S.A.-(Ammoland.com)- When was the last time you went shooting? When was the last time you attended a Friends of NRA dinner? When was the last time you did anything except complain about the NRA?

Last November gun owners joined together to stop Hillary Clinton. Her calls for a ban on all semi-automatic firearms, an Australian style mass buyback and forced registration leading to confiscation were what rallied many of us. So let me ask you a question. How many of you know and accept that Hillary’s views were not unique, but represent the actual views of the leadership in the Democrat party?

She’s never changed or renounced this position. Chuck Schumer is even worse. If in power, he intends to hammer guns out of existence with new legislation.

So let me ask a question: what are you doing to help defend your right to own a firearm? (I’ll wait while you think about it.)

Ok, I’ve waited. SO what are you doing to help defend the constitution? Reading Ammoland is a good start, but I was hoping for something more. I was hoping you’d get off your butt and fight to keep your rights.


ONCE OUR RIGHTS ARE TAKEN, THEY ARE NEVER RETURNED.


Look at CA, and NY or NJ. Judges rule they’ve gone too far and they simply ignore the judge.

There are 120,000,000 gun owners in the U.S. we need to shake off our apathy are stay active.

Gun ownership is on the rise. We need to help new gun owners and support our community.

Three things you can do:

  1. Attend a Friends of NRA event. This link will help you find a local event.
  2. Make sure your NRA membership is paid and up to speed. 40 million gun owners THINK they’ve paid their dues. Make sure yours are paid.
  3. Vote in the next election. CHALLENGE your candidates on supporting gun rights.

Get off your butt and stop letting otherscarry your load.

Only 119 million in total voted in 2016. There are 120 million-gun owners. A 5% increase in gun owner turn out, and we can preserve our rights and freedoms forever.

So I’ll say it again. Get off your butt and get active. If not you have no one but yourself to blame when Newson in CA or President Booker in DC come to confiscate your guns. Don’t tell me you’ll fight… you won’t. If you don’t have it in you to do something now, you’ll sit home if the heavy lifting ever comes. Be a patriot not when you can, when it’s easy.


About Don McDougall:Don McDougall

Don McDougall is an NRA instructor and member of the Los Padres “Friends of the NRA” committee. If he’s not at the range you will find him setting the record straight with on gun issues and gun safety onAmmoLand Shooting Sports News.

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    You know, if it did not happen so often, when people visualize and create a solution for a problem before completely rejecting it within the same instant should be shocking. Let this be evidence for everyone to read. There is an individual here who is quite upset with me right now. Here are his own words. “I would love to be able to vote for someone other than the dems or repubs but until they show they actually have a chance I’m not going to vote for them when the polls show they may get 5% of the vote if… Read more »

    Repo
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    What’s funny is how you think yourself so Important that you are announcing evidence for people to look at like everyone is hanging on your everyword. News flash no one cares about you or you opinion. You see yourself as a defender of the weak, a superhero, a legend in your own mind. See for me to be upset I would have to care about you. As for your long winded several paragraph love fest over how smart you are and playing me like a fiddle I knew as soon as I didn’t respond to your last post you would… Read more »

    The Revelator
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    @ Repo Funny, For a guy who said he doesn’t care, and that I wasn’t worth his time, I still have you responding don’t I? =D Personally, as I have stated before, I’m not worried about what anyone else thinks of me. My purpose here was as stated, and so far I have continually advocated for the individual right to choose who and how you vote. The one part I attack is hypocrisy, and while I do respect individual rights, that doesn’t mean I wont call attention to willful and negligent stupidity. This post was made in general not for… Read more »

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    Repo

    You proved you can cut an paste stuff I said and change the context of what I said. I also never said I wouldn’t waste my time responding to you I said you are boring and long winded and have a very over inflated sense of self worth. You are the type that will do mental gymnastics to convince yourself you are right and winning some competition with someone when really your just playing with yourself. You claim vicory by playing both sides so you can claim if I respond you made me do it or if I don’t you… Read more »

    The Revelator
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    @Repo Ahhh, So the fantasies about me getting beaten up, or living in a basement didn’t work, so we are moving towards a Vegas fantasy now? And you accuse others of mental gymnastics? Excuse me one moment. Now that I have finished laughing heartily, here is the difference between our posts. Yes, I can copy and paste.. It’s called “Quotation.” You know, that little thing required for credible work in college, professional research, business… Pretty much everywhere. What has you upset is that your own words are being used against you, and more so than that once you have to… Read more »

    The Revelator
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    The Revelator

    Dear Don McDougall, My rights are my own, as are my principles. Every day I work and fight to educate those around me to what rights actually are, what the constitution actually says, and why it is still important today. That being said The NRA, you, and the horse you rode in on can all go screw yourselves. The NRA has a host of problems, not the least of which are Grover Norquist, shrinking cowardice, and complete silence on major self defense cases dealing with judicial maleficence. You idiots continually come on Ammoland and demand my support(or that of those… Read more »

    E Williams
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    E Williams

    The only slippery slope is the NRA trading away gun rights little by little the bump fire is just the latest not the first.

    Dr. Strangelove
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    Dr. Strangelove

    Rather than become voting members of the NRA, snowflakes just bitch about how bad the organization is. Instead of whining and crying, why don’t you take control?

    JMR
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    JMR

    What’s that old saying? Those who do not learn from the past are doomed to repeat it? The NRA has been changed before, the Cincinnati Revolution if I remember correctly. And we’re back to the same place we were before then. The NRA is a corrupt institution, and I would bet it’s because of fudds like you. Which is why I took my money to the GOA and other organizations. As did many others. If I wanted to change the NRA now (ignoring their past like a moron) I would have to support them for 5 years before I could… Read more »

    The Revelator
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    The Revelator

    Dr. Strangelove, I think you need to change your name. You are more of a Gen. Ripper by any account. Having said that, let me ask you this. Who is the real snowflake? Is it the man who stands on his principles, or is it the whiny little hussy writing articles about how we are “Too apathetic” for doing so? Is it the man who is saying “Fix the NRA”, or a simpering sally writing puff pieces on behalf of the NRA to make those in control of the organization feel better about trying to restrict who people can vote… Read more »

    Repo
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    @revelator. The filter system sucks here, I get your response to me in my inbox 2 hours before It shows up here. You need to look at my second post to rob j and see where I agreed with his logic and went on to say this is what I do and why and not what he should do. Having an opinion about something is not me telling someone else what to do. Which is something you seem to do alot of. So far you are the one name calling and telling everyone else what they should do or who… Read more »

    The Revelator
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    @ Repo Ok, this is the second comment I am making tonight, being 2/6/2018. Since everything has come down to what I have told you is the subject of “Being Consistent”, I’d like to get us back on track as it were. So please try to stay on the subject point in your response to this comment if you make one instead of trying to change the subject per your usual routine. Todays question is on Context. In your response to me last night, You seemed to have a major issue with my little habit of taking your words and… Read more »

    Scotty Gunn
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    Scotty Gunn

    The NRA quickly negotiates to trade our rights for appeasement. They did it in 1994, and just recently with the slide fire issue. They are nothing more than a lobbying agency, earning nice salaries from the member’s dues. They lost touch years ago.

    Amazed at tin-foil-hat wearers
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    Amazed at tin-foil-hat wearers

    Strange, “Mac” still preaches fear of something prohibited by the Supteme Court as unconstiturional 10 years ago.

    JMR
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    JMR

    Yea because the government has never done something unconstitutional before. It should have been an easy win for the NRA then, instead the not only ignored it, they actively called for it, as an organization. Certain board members called for it as well. There was a time (albeit short lived) the NRA said it would fight the Hughes amendment, now they’re saying bump stocks circumvent it and they need to be banned. And all the fudds agree. Screw the NRA, their only goal is to line their pockets with as much cash as they can while they allow our rights… Read more »

    The Revelator
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    The Revelator

    Ding! Ding! Ding!

    Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner!

    Dave
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    Dave

    The nra is now caving into the atf over bump stocks, anything that affects speed. Tiriggers etc. go with yourl local state groups. NRA did little to nothing to help Oregon fight last gun control law. They told me they only liked to fight on national level! They need new leadership badly! Help your state organizations before nra!

    Naturalist
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    Naturalist

    NRA NO WAY

    Oldvet
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    Oldvet

    Comment…If you don’t like what the NRA is doing , take a page from the socialist. Be an infiltrator , so you can vote for people who will take the NRA the direction it needs to go

    Naturalist
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    I let my membership in the NRA expire and never renewed after they caved on the Cop Killer Bullet Ban. I then joined GOA, CCRKBA, and SAFF as a life member and never looked back. The only use I have for the NRA website is to send eMails to the worthless Senators, Representatives of the state I live in and send eMails to Trump on important issues.

    JVJ
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    JVJ

    The author worries about something prohibited by the Supreme Court years ago.

    DBM
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    DBM

    Really? GO buy a gun in New York City. THEN tell me your rights are protected.

    Rob J
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    @Repo and billy-bob, believe what you will but my refusal to vote during that election made no difference in how my states electoral college votes went. Here in WA state we are guaranteed a blue vote the instant votes in King county are counted, no matter how strongly red we are before hand. During the last presidential election our state was deeply in the red, but swung heavily towards blue once the population sink of King county (Seattle) was counted. I stand behind my decision to vote neither to Romney nor Obama as neither deserved my support in any way… Read more »

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    I understand that in your state it won’t help because you are out numbered and it won’t change how the electoral votes are applied. I live in massachusetts so it’s the same here. I’m outnumbered by liberals so I voted just to have my vote counted in the popular vote so the dems won’t be able to say they won the popular vote instead of the electoral vote in the future hopefully. Also you never know when an election will come down to a small amount of votes like Florida’s. I would love to be able to vote for someone… Read more »

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    Comment…The Trump Tax Plan may have a desirable side effect . Looking at the Commiefornia tax stunts I am reading about , the super wealthy may vote with their feet , I’m hearing Florida is looking good to them . (no income tax) Since many of them also are creators of jobs if they move their companies as well (taking their hi paid employees with them) it may well break up the huge electoral college vote blocks.

    Larry Brickey
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    @Repo There’s always the state candidates to go for. They’re more important that we sometimes know.

    Repo
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    Repo

    I completly agree.. we have been making excellent gains in state elections and that translates to less restrictive gun laws.

    Naturalist
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    Naturalist

    I ended my membership with the NRA when they were in favor of the Cop Killer Bullet Ban and never looked back. I joined GOA CCRKBA and SAF as a life member. The only reason I use the NRA website is to send eMails about important gun rights issues, to the worthless Senators and Congress people of the state where I reside.

    Don Baker
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    There was never any such thing as a cop killer bullet. That was crap invented by the anti gun fake news media. The original bullet ban proposed would have banned all rifle ammunition used for deer hunting since it is capable of penetrating a vest. That was the goal of that anti gun legislation. NO police officer had ever been shot with a teflon coated bullet.

    Marc Disabled Vet
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    Marc Disabled Vet

    What’s that old saying ?
    OH YA!
    I Don’t Want to be a Member of Any Club
    That Would Have Me as a Member !
    Sometimes That May Come Back to Bite You in the @$$ .

    T
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    I resent the fact that you think I have to be a member of ANY GROUP to fight for our rights. I call, I write, I attend open forums to make my voice heard. Let me ask y’all a question. Since the NRA caved into the Anti-2nd Amendment crowd in the early 90’s to start the unconstitutional NICS system, and now, they see it doesn’t work and in fact has been trampling on our rights, when was the last time the NRA mentioned anything about REPEALING THE NICS SYSTEM? They don’t. The simple question is, why would the founders want… Read more »

    Vanns40
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    No one, at least not me, has said you have to be a member of anything. I just say you’re more effective if you are rather than being a single voice. It’s your choice, your decision.

    Don McGaffey
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    I actively support the NRA. A WWII vet gave me the opportunity to read every American Rifleman since the war ended. As I understood that this was the original civil rights group in the world, I took Life membership. Increased it since. But the idea that any organization would be right all the time, or that I would agree with them all the time, is a very strange idea. So when I think they’re off track, I let them know. Write to key players, sit down with elected representatives. Go to their office. Maintain an active correspondence. Just like I… Read more »

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    I’m not an NRA member anymore. I joined GOA and OFF here in Oregon instead. I feel the NRA has grown complacent, and when they engaged in treachery to USCCA, that was it for me. I can’t trust them.

    JMR
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    1: the NRA is a con. Their recent actions, and the recent letters from the Board of Directors is proof of this. They wanted to give the ATF power to redefine what a machine gun is. They told no one of the comment period of the ATF wanting to do so. And they blocked/banned people on social media who brought it up, including member/lifetime members/ lifetime beneficiary members. Meanwhile national Reciprocity (which should be unneeded to begin with but the NRA benefits financially from CCW permits) is dead, the Hearing Protection Act is dead, and the only gun related laws… Read more »

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    The basic premise is right. There are 120 million of us firearms owners (at least) out there and we need to vote together. That is all it would take. But the sad truth is many of us could care less, are uniformed, believe what the NRA says and generally are busy with other things. You dont have to be an avid firearms owner though. Just vote pro 2A rights. And if you could bring one convert to vote also, that becomes a landslide. LEts not bicker between us over AR’s, concealed carry, ammo bans and so on. Vote for our… Read more »

    DAN III
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    DAN III

    Screw the NRA ! LaPierre and Cox have screwed members many times. My “favorite” being former Nevada fed senator and communist anti-gunner Harry Reid being given THOUSANDS of membership dollars by LaPierre.

    DBM
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    For 5 years Reid blocked most all anti-gun legislation.

    JMR
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    1: Screw the NRA they are no friends of mine, they are no friends of gun owners. They proved this by wanting the ATF to have the power to redefine machine guns to include rate increaseing devices, and then told no one. They also have a history of promoting gun control, and then campaigning off of it to line their pockets. 2: I recently joined the GOA and donated money 3: I’m in constant contact with my reps on the state level and federal level voicing my opinion, even when the NRA decides “hey that gun control will be good… Read more »

    DBM
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    The ATF has always had that power, They approved Bumpstocks under Obama.

    David
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    I won’t be renewing my NRA membership. The current leadership in the NRA has sold law abiding gun owners down the river. They think if they give the gun grabbers bump stocks it’ll end there but the gun grabbers will never end their relentless pursuit to disarm every last person in this country. Then the only people that will have firearms will be the privileged, the elite and criminals. Look at what’s happening in Massachusetts and Washington State, citizens there have to turn in their bump stocks to law enforcement without compensation or they face criminal prosecution just for mere… Read more »

    Vanns40
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    You’re right and you’re wrong. Here’s why. As much as I complain about the NRA I remain a member so I can vote and change it from the inside. We can do this, one Board Member at a time. I don’t give them one cent more than my membership dues, everything else goes in the trash. I do belong to my State grassroots organization and support them. I do write my elected officials, make phone calls and do whatever I can to let them know they work for me not the other way around. Until recently, when health and distance… Read more »

    Richard Miketon
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    @I live in Canada and would be more than happy if there was any chance in hell of obtaining any kind of carry permit at all.
    I AM 100% in favor of responsible gun ownership.
    No matter where you are the biggest problem is still thorough background checks to help keep firearms out of the hands criminals.

    Larry Brickey
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    Larry Brickey

    Not all gun owners will vote the same, nor should they. There’s far more on the ballot than firearms. And sometimes the GOP puts up a candidate few folks would vote for.

    Wild Bill
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    @LB, That is so incorrect. All gun owners should vote for pro-Second Amendment Civil Rights candidates. If we can get back to the Constitution on bearing arms, we will also get back to the Constitution on the First Amendment, the Fourth Amendment, the Tenth Amendment, and all the rest. Then we can force the S.Ct to do what they are Constitutionally empowered to do and stop doing what they are not Constitutionally empowered to do. And we can force Congress to do their job, rather than letting mere agencies make regulations “with the force and effect of law.”

    Rob J
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    Wild Bill, I agree with you on almost everything but LB’s comment is correct. I abstained from voting when Romney ran because his ideology was WAY too far away from my personal belief structure. Politically he represented about 30% of my politics as well. To me it was a no-brainer not to vote as I refused to give Obama my vote. The GOP has had a habit of throwing institutionalized yes men forward as their candidate and supporting establishment RHINO’s over new blood that would actually be good or the party. They pushed extremely hard against Trump until it was… Read more »

    Repo
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    By not voting for Romney you effectively gave a vote to Obama. You said he only aligned with your views about 30% but I bet that was more than you aligned with Obama. Sometimes if you can’t vote for someone you need to vote against the other guy. Romney wasn’t great but he would have been better than Obama. Someone has to be elected and 30% of something is better than 100% of nothing when your talking about matching political views. Until there is a third party with the possibility of winning voting for them is the same as voting… Read more »

    The Revelator
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    @Repo, @billy-bob No , by not voting for Romney, or McCain, or whoever else you want to toss in there, we did not give our vote to the opposing candidate. Just because we chose not to go along with and rubber stamp your stupidity does not mean we voted Obama. Just because someone shows a little more backbone and resists shuffling their feet along behind the moderate neo progressives in the central GOP does not make us traitors. I have news for you. You can drink beer with 4% alcohol by volume, or you can drink beer with 10%. You… Read more »

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    @revelator. I agree that in an electoral college your individual vote counts very little if you live in a blue state and you vote red. I some cases the popular vote does matter. If the election was close or when there is a tie some states use the popular vote to break it. Also if more people who think like you actually voted for a candidate who actually had a chance of winning hillary wouldn’t be able to say she won the popular vote. When the election is close you can tell by the polls if the third party candidate… Read more »

    The Revelator
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    @Repo “Voting for someone who may get 5% of the vote does not give you a backbone or make you courageous.” Interesting choice of words, but you miss the point. What makes it courageous is having the backbone to stand up to your own side, not just the people you know will automatically agree with you. Look at what you did to Rob J. “Boy! You just voted for Hillary and Obama since you didn’t shut up and vote for my guy!” Your first action to his standing up and saying he couldn’t vote for going over the cliff at… Read more »

    Repo
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    @revelator. No matter how you justify it,no matter what names you call me it’s still a wated vote when you know it’s going to come down to 2 candidates. It’s like saying team A and B are playing in the superbowl but since I don’t like them I’m betting on team C. All your Going to do is lose your money. I hate the 2 party system we are stuck with but I want as much say over who I s going to be elected as the current system gives me. I’m stuck in a blue state so I could… Read more »

    The Revelator
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    @Repo Here lies the problem. YOU are the one feeding the two party system giving us the choice between a bad, and a worse candidate. If you want to know who wastes votes, look in the mirror. Perhaps if every person who feels like you do, at least if you may be telling the truth about only being forced to vote for a bad choice, were to dump the party and vote for a constitutionalist, do you think the Progressives controlling the republican party would have a chance? No, they would go the way of the Whigs. Imagine, we could… Read more »

    The Revelator
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    @ Repo To borrow a line from yourself, Funny how when people don’t have an argument or a case they tend to say “You are boring and not worth my time” as a snub to someone they cant engage with intellectually. On a psychological level, the root cause is a need to express vindication in front of others as a means of moral superiority due to low self esteem since the individual finds it impossible to simply stop replying. Like I said, I know enough of who and what you are to play you like a fiddle. The problem I… Read more »

    Rob J
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    Hopefully WA will have enough support this coming election to turn back red, but it is doubtful. In the hopes of ousting Patty Murray from her quarter century in the Senate, I would probably vote for the devil himself to get rid of her. I am not adverse to voting the lesser of two evils, have done so in the past, but in the instance of Romney vs Obama they were both equally evil in my eyes. The problem with third party weakness is partially due to the candidates offered and partially due to the rigged system currently in place.… Read more »

    The Revelator
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    @Rob J I wish you the best of luck in that regard then sir. This little article has been little more than an experiment for me since I was alerted to a recent issue revolving around two articles centered on Marion Hammer, and the fact that one of the old guard here made aware that the second one asked for no debate or open comment on the material in the article. As for apologies given to you, that is your prerogative. I believe in and support always the individual right to vote according to your conscience, the same as Repo… Read more »

    billy-bob
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    Your abstention, and others, put the Kenyan cockroach in office.

    Larry Brickey
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    Larry Brickey

    He’s not a Kenyan. Time to drop the birther bulls***.

    Wild Bill
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    @LB, If, by he, you mean Barry Soetoro (also known as Barak Obama) he is half British East African. There was no Kenya at the time of his birth. And “birther” is baby talk. Drop the baby talk.

    The Revelator
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    @ Wild Bill Actually, contrary to billy-bob and other hashtag commandos pushing the “Birther” or “Kenyan” line, or however you choose to word it…. Its wrong. Anyone who does some in depth research will find that BHO was in fact a genuine US Citizen, all thanks to his mother attempting to engage in a sham marriage with his father as a means of subverting immigration law(Never mind the fact that he was married already when he also married BHO’s mother). He was born therefore according to law, to a single US Citizen, and would derive natural citizenship from his mother… Read more »

    Larry Brickey
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    Larry Brickey

    I voted Libertarian in 2012 and 2016. Could not vote for the mainstream candidates for Pres so I went 3rd party. If more folks did, they’d scare the pants of Dems and Reps. So many said “Oh, they can’t win. You’re wasting your vote.” Of course they won’t win unless fewer vote for the 2 biggies that they seem to hate. My vote went for change.

    Wild Bill
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    @Larry B, Your vote went for trash.

    Wild Bill
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    Wild Bill

    Yeah 2 cents worth of change.

    Larry Brickey
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    Larry Brickey

    @wild bill So I should have voted for someone I absolutely disliked?

    Wild Bill
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    @LB, It is not a popularity contest, and it is not about who you like. Your nation and country come first. You should have voted for the one that was best for the American people.

    The Revelator
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    @ Wild Bill Allow me to translate LB’s words into a more direct language. He is stating his right to vote is HIS and HIS ALONE, and if his moral principles dictate that he cannot vote for the candidate that you wish him to, that is his right to not do so. So far, you have told him 1. He must vote for the candidate you approve of even if 10 other things about that individual violate his conscience. 2. His choice to vote third party is trash 3. Since he didn’t vote for the candidate you felt was best,… Read more »

    James Ball
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    James Ball

    Good for you! The only wasted vote is one that doesn’t reflect your conscience.
    Voting for the lesser of two evils will only perpetuate the status quo.

    Larry Brickey
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    Larry Brickey

    I did.

    Wild Bill
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    @Rev, Yes, Barry is a USC by derivative citizenship through his USC mother, but he can also be a citizen of another country because the United States recognizes dual citizenship.

    The Revelator
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    @ Wild Bill

    BINGO. That is the first post you should have made in response, and highlights a major problem pertaining to our Constitution and the immigration issue.

    Dual Allegiances is definitely an issue that needs to be addressed. Excellent post, that is the old Wild Bill I am used to. Thumbs up buddy.

    Chiefton
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    Chiefton

    You are spot on. If every legal gun owner stepped and voted we would not be in this dilemma now. We need constitutional judges in office who do not rewrite or water down constitutional rights. The only way to get that done is to deny liberal anti gun politicians from getting into office. If we don not do it then we are in real trouble.

    Tom Stone
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    Tom Stone

    Support your State Level 2A organization. This isn’t a trickle down from National Level Organizations, they must be supported . Show up in your State Capitol, and not only on the one day of 2A speachifying . Call , email and visit the District offices of your State Legislators . I’m still enough of a sentimental apologist , I won’t yet urge people to leave the NRA. , but the bang for the buck is supporting grass roots independent 2A groups . I won’t tell people to not shoot . But simply shooting per se dosen’t do anything to protect… Read more »

    Dave
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    Dave

    Proof reading is your friend.

    Dontbesmarmy
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    Dontbesmarmy

    Proofreading. One word. The dictionary is your friend.