Start bubbleguming State & Federal EVERY DAMN DAY

Discussion in 'Firearm Legislation & Activism' started by deckert, Jan 11, 2019 at 11:22 PM.

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  1. deckert

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    I see so much discussion here, (on this forum) by so many, with brutally valid & legal points, it makes me wonder just how many individuals are actually writing their local papers editorial boards & writing their elected officials? Add to that, how often?
    I write (email) every damn day to my federal elected reps. (murray, cantwell, newhouse) on issues I consider critical. I don't give a rat if they like it or not. I do the same with state rep issues. I write them EVERY DAMN DAY. Send your issues to your local rag EVERY DAMN DAY.

    Granted, most, if not all, of our asswipe federal elected officials require html bullbubblegum email responses, but we need to suffer through their bullbubblegum in order to get our message through. Here's some advice to help. Build a message and make it a text file on your desktop. Use that text msg as a copy/paste into your msg to your elected official. Send the msg EVERY DAMN DAY! Why care if they don't appreciate it if they don't care about abbrogratting your legal/civil rights! At least your message is now a legal document.

    Washington State elected officials have actual email addresses. Unknown about other states.

    I'M all about making noise and getting our cause into the public view. If we don't, we're going to be screwed. Make some damn noise! If nothing else, take out ads in your local nickel or whatever is in your neck of the woods.

    Dan
     
  2. Shootshellz

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    Amigo, if you think there is a political resolution to the issue of firearm rights being violated in the USA you have too many funny ice cubes in your drinks. We are way past a political solution. 'Soap box, ballot box, cartridge box' - Abraham Lincoln.
     
  3. DunRanull

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    'Soap box, ballot box, cartridge box' - Abraham Lincoln.- Kinda funny, coming from a guy who put down the largest "ballot box/cartridge box" action in American history... just sayin... Comrade.
     
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  4. Shootshellz

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    Since when was the Civil War specifically up for a vote? Take a American history 101 class. Just sayin'....
     
  5. DunRanull

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    Try not to be an insulting ignoramus and bubblegum, if you can help it. Each seceding state's legislature voted Articles of Secession, giving the reasons etc. These Articles were voted on by the states under rebellion... and passed almost unanimously. The slave states Maryland, Delaware, Kentucky, and Missouri declined. So yes there was voting on the issue. Just sayin...:D
     
  6. arakboss

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    I agree with you in part but I think your efforts will turn into noise when the reps recieve the same message from the same source day after day. I would encourage others to put more thought and creativity in to writing your letters and send them by snail mail when you can afford too. Email is better than no mail though. The more moderate anti gun pols should be the most targeted group for letters. @deckert I applaud your efforts and persistence. Good luck up there in WA.
     
  7. Shootshellz

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    And the rest of the UNION? How did THEY vote? Hint: they did not. Nice try, no cigar. Get back to me after you take a USA History 101 class.
     
  8. DunRanull

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    :s0113:Hmmm, the "Rest of the Union" voted when Abraham Lincoln, a known Free-Stater and candidate of the abolitionist Republican Party was elected overwhelmingly by "unionist" states in Nov 1860. Get back to me when you graduate high school history. Until then, not another peep!
     

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