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Catch phrase

Discussion in 'Activism Discussion and Planning' started by ctdonath, Aug 12, 2007.

  1. ctdonath

    ctdonath Well-Known Member

    I've noticed that one problem with the pro-RKBA crowd is the tendency to get wrapped up in long wordy discussions. Oleg has done a great job with many of his posters, distilling an issue to a simple sentence or two ... but most people just get all wordy and apologetic.

    Our opposition, however, operates on soundbites and emotional catch phrases.

    I'd like to suggest we work out a small number of universally understood and motivating catch phrases, which others can understand without discussion and which are favorably emotionally loaded.

    The phrase that started the thought:
    ...because life is worth defending.

  2. birddog

    birddog Well-Known Member

    I like the more traditional approach:

    "The right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed"

    Poignant, contemporary, and just a week bit threatening. Words with muscle.
  3. sig226

    sig226 Well-Known Member

    How about, "Your rights or your life?"

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