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NJCSD Alert

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Rovert, Nov 22, 2004.

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  1. Rovert

    Rovert Member

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    Attention THR community,

    On behalf of the NCJSD and Lonegan For Governor, I'm writing to extend a very generous offer made by Steve's campaign to New Jersey Gun Rights advocates for a FREE seminar on grassroots activism that can help us turn around the anti-gun tidal wave in this state, and beat the liberals at their own game.

    Held at the Leadership Institute in Arlington VA from 12/4-12/5, we have 50 seats available in the classroom and LODGING IS FREE for up to 15 gals and 22 guys (sorry, their rules). This two-day event will cover a lot of valuable information that will teach us how to:

    • Learn political technology to sop liberals in their tracks.
    • Help conservative candidates of your choice win campaigns at all levels
    • Meet and network wioth expert faculty and other like-minded people who can help you make a difference in your community
    • Gain political know-how to help build your personal leadership skills, abilities and confidence

    For more information about the Leadership Institute, visit their website and learn about this training class.

    The seminar is FREE
    The food is FREE
    The room is FREE
    Carpooling from NJ available coordinated through the NJCSD bulletin board


    Steve Lonegan is not only the most pro-gun candidate we've ever had in New Jersey, but he also intends to make it a campaign issue. When was the last time you've ever heard of a candidate in New Jersey actively reaching out to the RKBA community? When was the last time you ever heard a candidate openly say he'd sign a CCW bill into law?!?!?

    If you're interested, please RSVP right away by Emailing me at: president@njcsd.org
     
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    Sure it's not perfect, but it ain't a bad ratio!
     
  3. Rovert

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    It bears mentioning that if anyone prefers private accommodations, that the "usual suspect" area hotels are available, but would be at your expense.
     
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