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Wisconsin Castle Doctrine Bill

Discussion in 'Activism' started by security6, Mar 11, 2008.

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  1. security6

    security6 Member

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    This email came out from the NRA yesterday:

    Here is a copy of the letter I sent to Senator Taylor. I also sent the same letter to each of the other Senators who serve on the committee.


    Any help from The High Road in the form of letters to these Senators is much appreciated!
     
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  2. Crimp

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    Very good concise letter. Good luck with the bill!

    Our West Virginia legislature came through for us this year. After several years of trying, our Castle bill is now on the Governor's desk and will be signed in all probability.
     
  3. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    Hunh?

    Oh. Wait. Wisconsin. Heck, there's probably a special committee on diary cattle, sexually transmitted diseases, and air traffic.
     
  4. Wineoceros

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    "Dear Diary,

    Today I roamed around the pasture and ate lots of grass. It was the best day ever.

    Elsie"
     
  5. The Tourist

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    I live in Wisconsin, and the only way we are going to get a chance to obtain CCW licenses and castle protection is to get seriously involved.

    Our governor, Jom Doyle, is against any legislation that strengthens this type of position. To many people, real protection will only come about when he is voted out of office. Despite the fact that more and more legislators agree with gun rights, Doyle stands firm and vetoes.

    He has to hear from people in his home state.
     
  6. Sheldon J

    Sheldon J Member

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    And your POS BG loving Governor will veto it if it ever comes across his desk! Come On people make a effort and dump that Bozo!
     
  7. par0thead151

    par0thead151 Member

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    i sure as **** gave it my 110% to dump him last election, got everyone i knew to vote and against him...
    i am very convinced he cheated. everyone i speak with says the hate him and dint vote for him.
    how can you win an election then?
     
  8. The Tourist

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    I think he is so entrenched in ideology he will not be moved until tossed out of office.

    I'd even be willing to buy his wife a sandwich if he voted for CCW licensing.
     
  9. kfranz

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    You don't know everybody. Here's to hoping Brett Farve decides to use his off time to run for against Doyle...
     
  10. hanno

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    Good luck with it.

    We managed to get it here across the pond in MI.
     
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