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Message from MAIG- Please post pro gun messages

Discussion in 'Activism' started by Rimfaxe, Apr 6, 2013.

  1. Rimfaxe

    Rimfaxe New Member

    Jan 11, 2012
    Below is a message received from MAIG. Please post pro 2nd amendment messages to Virgina Senator Mark Warner's page. He had an A rating from the NRA and immediately flip-flopped after Newtown- it was disgusting.

    Here's the letter from MAIG:

    Right now, all across the country, supporters like you are delivering more than 1.75 million Demand Action petitions to Senators’ home state offices.

    The Senate could vote on gun reform as soon as next week, and we want to make sure that message is heard loud and clear.

    While the petitions are being delivered in person, can you post on your Senator's Facebook wall or leave a comment on a recent post urging them to support common sense gun reform?

    Post to Senator Warner's Facebook page here.


    Make sure to personalize your message:

    I Demand Action to end gun violence. Please support common sense gun reform. I’ll be watching for your vote.

    Let’s make sure our Senators hear from us today, in their offices and online!


    Nick Buis
    National Field Director
    Mayors Against Illegal Guns
  2. Ryanxia

    Ryanxia Senior Member

    Jun 18, 2010
    Crazy, another reason we can't slow down on contacting our reps. We can easily stop this craziness if everyone continues to stay active, we've done good so far, time to take it home. If we can stop this UBC and other Bills now it will be extremely hard for them to pass similar Bills in the near future on the federal level.
  3. Green Lantern

    Green Lantern Participating Member

    Aug 16, 2006
    OP, thanks for the heads-up. It pays to have an ear in the opposition's camp. Like how we were able to somewhat counter the big Facebook love-fest that a group called "Occupy the NRA" set up for CO's governor after he signed their anti-gun bills.

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