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Guns near Obama fuel ‘open-carry’ debate . MSNBC article.

Discussion in 'Activism' started by Warhawk83, Aug 25, 2009.

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  1. Warhawk83

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    How does this relate to Activism? What's your plan of action?

    If there isn't one, this really doesn't belong here.
     
  3. Warhawk83

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    My mistake if it's in the wrong place. I figured it was relevant because of the at this point unorganized open carrying at political events. That is activism.... Move if necessary.

    R.L.
     
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    This is the right place for this post- The whole article was on the activist movement from both sides- Very good article and well balanced. the article didn't even mention the phrase "assault rifle" :)

    thanks for sharing it!

    dont know about the .50 cal sniper rifle though... wth...
     
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    Yeah that was my favorite part, open carrying leads to mass "brandishing" of .50 cal sniper rifles. One thing that gets me is the new very loose definition of brandish.
     
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    OK, open-carry is not a good idea, concealed carry is a much better one. We must take steps to legalize it. I will be posting in the next couple of days about my plan, or even tonight, if I am not too tired to do it. The execution is a little complex; but way cheaper and better than kowtowing and lobbying to politicians, and I predict it will be much more effective. The NRA is a multi-million dollar organization; but they did not dare touch Heller, which was one of our biggest victories in recent years. This was a big mistake on their part, and I'm downright angry about it.

    I'm not saying do not support them; but there are better ways to accomplish things.

    Keep on keeping on...
     
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    Not Activism, and the topic itself is already under discussion in other threads.

    Excellent! :) Please start a new thread in Activism Planning when you're ready.
     
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