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Sign the petitions.

Discussion in 'Activism' started by Buckeye Dan, Jun 6, 2014.

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  1. Buckeye Dan

    Buckeye Dan Member

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    Anti gun groups have been very successful in their campaigns to petition restaurants into denying lawful firearms owners from entering Chipotle, Starbucks and Sonic to name a few.

    Here is your chance to use the same strategy to illustrate to these companies how wrong those decisions were and to demonstrate how small the anti gun groups are in the larger scope of their potential customer base.

    http://forums.buckeyefirearms.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=18923
     
  2. Ryanxia

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    Signed all three. Hope it makes a difference.
     
  3. Spats McGee

    Spats McGee Moderator

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    Is there any place we can see how many folks signed?
     
  4. Sol

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    I'm not in the business of forcing my will on others (except the govt.)...
    and neither should Moms Demand Action.

    If I owned a large business I would take the "I don't negotiate with terrorists" route, and do what I feel is required to stay profitable.

    Whoa,BFA petition, I'll sign it!
    Nevermind ohioccw.org
     
  5. phil dirt

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    Business places wouldn't even know that people were armed if weapons were kept concealed. Instead, those pushing open carry and toting rifles into Chipotle, Starbucks etc to make a statement, and in the process scaring the %#@$ out of John Q. Citizen and his wife and kids, are costing us.
     
  6. Buckeye Dan

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    @Sol, I couldn't get the addresses to translate with a cut and paste so I just linked to where I found it. Sorry to disappoint but yes it is an OFCC hosted petition. That doesn't make the cause any less important however.

    @phil dirt, Sign the petitions and show those companies how it is costing them. For now you can find a burrito, coffee and hotdogs some place else until those companies realize what a mistake their messages were. Read the post at the link it will help make some sense of it all.
     
  7. DNS

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    Done and thanks OP.
     
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    Agree
     
  9. Yo Mama

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    I'm in a place that's legal for oc, and I do quite often. It's 115 degrees here during the summer and I like to take my shirt off. This is different that you may have meant, I agree the tactics used to make a statement is scaring the public and should be stopped.
     
  10. Doc7

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    signed
     
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    Signed all 3:cool:
     
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  13. phil dirt

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    singed??????? I guess you meant that you signed it.
     
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