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Unread 01-07-2013, 08:00 AM
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Re: A Marines Letter

Awesome, let's learn from this, you and I can't just read this, we have to write our own letter, put an address on it and buy a stamp and mail it. After, we probably need to make some calls to congress people locally too. Your state senator, house rep and locals need to be copied in. Let's get to it, a grass roots effort shows conviction for our rights, unfortunately we have to stand up for them and write letters. It's worth our time.
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    Letter writing is a must. The liberals think they were going to have an easy time passing "something", and they need to find out that this is not the case.

    They have been working on various gun control bills for a long time, and just waiting for the "right" time to push them through.

    Their strategy sounds like they are going to try a divide-and-conquer among gun owners, and also try to get big retailers involved. Spend a few minutes and send a short note, telling them you oppose any restrictions. Thanks.
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    Unread 01-07-2013, 08:54 AM
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    Acually it's pretty simple to do WWW.congress.org Been sending letters daily for 3 weeks now.
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    Re: A Marines Letter

    This may be a dumb question, but do they actually read em and give a SH!$?
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    Re: A Marines Letter

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    This may be a dumb question, but do they actually read em and give a SH!$?
    Don't know if they give a shite, but someone reads them I've received several returns thanking for my response I will say it has only been from the republican side. Go figure
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    Unread 01-08-2013, 09:14 AM
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    Don't know if they give a shite, but someone reads them I've received several returns thanking for my response I will say it has only been from the republican side. Go figure
    Like theres a differance between the rebloodlicans and the demorats now a days any way right?
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    This may be a dumb question, but do they actually read em and give a SH!$?
    Well the old bag read that one responded to it. So I'm thinking yea they get read, then passed on to the intended recipient of round filed.
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