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Response from Senator Warner regarding lifting the national Park ban

Discussion in 'Activism' started by MASTEROFMALICE, Feb 1, 2008.

  1. MASTEROFMALICE

    MASTEROFMALICE member

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    Some time ago when it was posted here that there was an attempt to lift the National Park gun ban I checked the lost of co-sponsers and saw that my Senator was not on it, so I kicked him out a letter basically telling him the flaws of the law and why I thought it should be repealed. Here is his (seemingly noncommital) response.

     
  2. lenziggy

    lenziggy New Member

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    Typical politicianspeak saying nothing. Just swinging in the wind. Probably a "mugwump" (mug on one side of the fence and the wump on the other.)
     
  3. vt357

    vt357 New Member

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    John Warner is the biggest RINO of them all. I have written to him many times. While I always get a response in letter form from him - he NEVER states his position on the issue at hand. He just blah blahs on for a whole page and says nothing. He is no friend for gun rights.
     
  4. ZeSpectre

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    So he (Warner) is saying "I'll wait until somebody brings it up". That's pretty par for the course with him.

    Hrmmm, a new plan to light a fire under Sen Warner.
     
  5. Nationalist

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    you really didnt expect help from him on this matter did you ? he is just a RINO he really is not progun you know. i wrote him a letter about the same issue and got the same half hearted reply i cant wait till we replace him with someone more progun.
     
  6. au1776

    au1776 New Member

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    I remember writing vague letters like that during my brief stint on the hill. Ahh memories.
     
  7. wadcutter45

    wadcutter45 New Member

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    Smooth Move

    You write a United States Senator about lifting a ban on carry in the National Parks and use a screen name? And your screen name is "MASTEROFMALICE"

    I don't think our side can stand many more deep thinkers like you.
     
  8. jlbraun

    jlbraun Senior Member

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    Uh, dude. Seriously. Changing out your real name with your screen name when you post a reply from a public servant is standard practice. I've done the same.
     
  9. wadcutter45

    wadcutter45 New Member

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    No it isn't standard practice. Use a real name in a letter to a congressman or senator you are identified as a constituent. Use a screen name you are just another kook.
     
  10. 3fgburner

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    Wadcutter,
    I believe what he meant was, that he used his real name in the letter to the Senator, then redacted to his screen name for posting here.

    Malice, am I right?
     
  11. jlbraun

    jlbraun Senior Member

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    ^^^that's what I meant. No one uses their screen name in correspondence, sir.
     
  12. RoadkingLarry

    RoadkingLarry Member

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    Uh, like Duh!

    wadcutter45 take a chill pill.
     
  13. Winchester 73

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    MASTEROFMALICE is laughing too hard to answer.
     
  14. langenc

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    You should have pointed out to the good senator that someone HAS "brought it up" as over 40 senators have signed a letter asking NPS to change the rule.
     
  15. MASTEROFMALICE

    MASTEROFMALICE member

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    No. I wrote to him as 'MASTEROFMALICE" :rolleyes:

    I also, of course, live at 1313 Mockingbird Ln (which was the Munsters street address).

    And let's not forget that I was writing from my hometown of WHOSYODADDY, Virginia (Who's your daddy?)

    Wadcutter........I think your wads been cut a little too short.

    If you really must know, I signed it using my title "Officer MYREALLASTNAME" to demonstrate that at least some LEOs are behind this.
     
  16. patentmike

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    Actually the regs ban the possession of firearms not "the use of handguns". It is sad the the Senator and his staff can't understand the difference between carrying a gun and plinikng in the park.
     
  17. JKimball

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    Translation:
    "I'll be thinking of you as we trample your rights."
     
  18. MASTEROFMALICE

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    That's kind of how I read that, too.
     
  19. mkusanagi

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    No suprise from Mister Elizabeth Taylor..

    John Warner proved he was both and liar AND a sack of sh*t when he went against the republicans of Virginia and their legally chosen candidate for US Senate Oliver North. Instead he and the lousy country-clubbers backed the "third party" run of that LOSER BUM Joe Canada - with the result that Chuck "Cuddles" Robb got another 6 years in office.

    :fire:

    Bastiche.
     

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