Anti gun rally near Chicago


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lilguy
January 20, 2013, 06:00 AM
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SPECIAL ALERT - NEW LOCATION FOR RALLY: GLENVIEW

GUN CONTROLLERS PLAN RECRUITMENT AND ORGANIZATION RALLY



The ISRA has been notified that the location of this event has been moved due to "anticipated larger attendance". The new location is the Glenview Police Station, 2500 East Lake Avenue, Glenview, IL 60026.

The gun control movement is on a roll in the northern suburbs. They will be holding a rally to recruit and organize new gun grabbers into their campaign to take your guns away from you.

IT IS VITALLY IMPORTANT THAT YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS ATTEND THIS RALLY!

As a patriotic firearm owner, you have a responsibly to defend our Constitution by challenging those who would tear down our Bill of Rights. If the gun controllers are left unchallenged, then they and their friends in Springfield will walk all over YOUR constitutional right to keep and bear arms.

EVENT DETAILS

WHEN: Sunday, January 20, 2013, 2:00 PM

WHERE: Glenview Police Station, 2500 East Lake Avenue, Glenview, IL
(was: Wilmette Public Library, 1242 Wilmette Ave, Wilmette, IL)

WHO: This event is being hosted by a band of gun controllers including Mark Walsh of the Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence; Lee Goodman of Stop Concealed Carry Coalition and; Jennifer Bishop of the Million Mom March. These people are the real deal - the hard core top dogs of the gun control movement. These are the people leading the charge to raid your gun safe and confiscate and destroy your guns. These are the people who want to prevent you from carrying defensive firearms. These are the people who don't care if you or your family members are raped, robbed and murdered by violent criminals. They only care about one thing - disarming you.


INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRO-GUN PEOPLE

1. Plan to be at the Glenview Police Station between 1:00 and 1:30 so that you can get a seat. At past events like these, the anti-gunners try to play a game claiming that the room is "full" so as to deny entry to pro-gun people. Our aim is to ensure that there are more of OUR people there than THEIR people.

2. Be observant of abuses of your First Amendment rights by village officials. Get the name and title of any official who attempts to suppress your right of free association, assembly and speech.

3. If you have an I-GOLD t-shirt, hat, or badge, wear it! If you have an ISRA hat or an NRA hat, wear it!

4. If you see members of the media there, don't wait for them to come to you. Rather, actively approach them, tell them you are a law-abiding firearm owner, and then tell them that you adamantly oppose punitive gun control laws being proposed by the organizers, Obama, and Emanuel. Make sure the media hears our side of the story first, and often!

5. Bring your children, grand children, and other young people with you. They are the next generation of patriots. Let them see how effective grassroots organizing works! If there is a question and answer session, have your children ask the organizers why they want to leave kids and their parents defenseless against criminals.

6. Be polite, but be assertive. Do not let the anti-gunners shout you down. Defend your 2nd Amendment with passion. If you have a smart phone, video as much of the proceedings as you can.

7. Remember, this is our Lexington, this is our Concord. Be prepared to teach the gun controllers a lesson in Liberty.

8. Please share this Alert with your friends and family - encourage them to show up at the rally.

9. Please post this Alert to any and all Internet blogs and bulletin boards to which you belong.

REMEMBER - YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PRESERVING YOUR FREEDOM - IF YOU DON'T DO IT, NOBODY ELSE WILL


Illinois State Rifle Association | PO Box 637 | Chatsworth | IL | 60921

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Queen_of_Thunder
January 20, 2013, 10:03 AM
Won't the media infer support for the anti-gun agenda by the presence of pro gun people. I can see it now as a reporter says look at all of the pro gun people supporting the new gun laws the President is pushing.

SiteManager
January 20, 2013, 10:05 AM
3. If you have an I-GOLD t-shirt, hat, or badge, wear it! If you have an ISRA hat or an NRA hat, wear it!

4. If you see members of the media there, don't wait for them to come to you. Rather, actively approach them, tell them you are a law-abiding firearm owner, and then tell them that you adamantly oppose punitive gun control laws being proposed by the organizers, Obama, and Emanuel. Make sure the media hears our side of the story first, and often!

This^^^

47CubPilot
January 21, 2013, 11:39 AM
So......

How did it go?

DonP
January 21, 2013, 11:50 AM
Sound like a great turnout and the expected response from all the "concerned" people. A lot of "you're not from around here" and looking down their noses at the foolish bumpkins that own guns.

But we outnumbered them at least 2 or 3 to 1.

Updated: January 21, 2013 10:22AM

GLENVIEW — As face-offs between pro-gun use and pro-gun control advocates go, Sunday’s “Guns and Public Safety” forum in Glenview “was pretty tame,” forum speaker Mark Walsh said after it was over.

Despite Walsh’s low-key review, the event – billed as a review of public safety and gun legislation and judicial actions in the wake of the school shooting in Sandy Hook – quickly morphed into a raucous afternoon of anti-gun control activists heckling and jeering at panelists.

The New Trier Democrats-sponsored forum had been moved from the Wilmette Public Library to larger quarters in anticipation of a large crowd. It drew so many people to the Glenview Police Station auditorium that police closed the doors to newcomers shortly before the 2 p.m. start, leaving a throng outside and forcing other would-be attendees to leave.

Inside, at least 160 people, many lining the walls three deep, were on hand to hear Walsh, campaign director of the Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence; Lee Goodman, of the Stop Concealed Carry Coalition; and Northfield residents Jennifer Bishop-Jenkins of the Million Moms March and her husband, author and gun control advocate Bill Jenkins.

Full story here.

http://wilmette.suntimes.com/news/17702305-781/capacity-gun-forum-draws-raucous-audience.html

Texan Scott
January 21, 2013, 11:57 AM
Really? 'Cuz I mighta done it differently... if you ever see pictures of a realy tall man in a leather cowboy hat at an Austin anti-gun rally holding a sign that says " Gun owners should be shot", that'll be me, trolling. :evil:

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