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Brady Campaign Activists And Chapters To Support National Day Of Protest Against Illegal Guns
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"On August 28, activists in cities across America will hold a national day of protest to focus attention on the scourge of illegal gun trafficking. August 28th is the anniversary of Martin Luther King's historic March on Washington in 1963."

"The Brady Campaign and its network of Million Mom March Chapters is supporting the efforts of Reverend Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow PUSH Coalition to draw attention to gun violence by organizing local events to be held in cities across America. So far, Brady Campaign activists have confirmed more than a dozen events, and more are expected." ...
 

Comment by: barbarossa58 (8/15/2007)
What the hell is an "illegal gun"? I am put near fifty years old, been shooting all my life (well, since seven when I had my Daisey BB gun for Christmas). Never have I had or seen an 'Illegal gun'.
 

Comment by: David Codrea (8/15/2007)
I'm going to try and start a blog swarm at WarOnGuns to get gun owners to buy a box of ammo on Aug 28--be nice if gun stores would offer some sort of nominal discount or a door prize (no purchase necessary to enter, just to keep things legal) or some such on that day to encourage this--Tuesdays may typically be slow days anyway, so this would get people in their stores and probably work out to their profit.

It'd be nice unintended consequences for the Bradys if we could demonstrate a few percentage points of sales increases on that day because of this.
 

Comment by: Defender (8/15/2007)
Great idea, Mr. Codrea. Heck, I might just pick up that .45 I've been thinking about. And a CASE of ammunition.
 

Comment by: Defender (8/15/2007)
By the way, it looks as if the law will pass. In California, an "illegal gun" will be one that doesn't stamp the primer and cartridge casing face with a unique identifying number. They're proud of being the FIRST state to require it.
They were among the FIRST states to invite people to register their ARs and AKs or be criminals, and then went and collected all the registered rifles from the 2% of owners foolish enough to comply.
California leads the way, boldly goose-stepping into the future.
 

Comment by: doug.huffman@wildblue.net (8/16/2007)
Re "goose-stepping into the future," I can't decide which is the more effective image, ranks of JBTs or a single bloated Kalifornistanian foie-gras goose waddling and pooping.

It is a great phrase and the tension between the similes makes it better.

Either we are equal or we are not. Good people ought to be armed where they will, with wits and guns and the truth. NRA KMA$$
 

Comment by: Harbinger (8/16/2007)
I see the Philippines is tired of people smuggling American CARS into the islands. The government destroyed a bunch of them yesterday with construction equipment, saying it would teach smugglers a lesson.
Yeah, smuggle something smaller.
Perfectly good, new cars. Lincoln Nasvigators to Lamborghinis, because they're "illegal." Meaning no one got government permission or paid the tax.
Think about it, now. They smuggle SUVs. Guns. Pfaw, guns would be no problem at all.
 

Comment by: barbarossa58 (8/16/2007)
harbinger:

yes, it would be a little tough to keister an SUV.
 

Comment by: revjen45@hotmail.com (8/16/2007)
>Yawn< Jesse Jackson and his Rent-a-Mob carrying signs and chanting, followed by Paul Helmke bleating "It's for the children." Nothing new here. Why is it newsworthy? I can't think of anything about which I care less than Jesse Jackson's opinion about anything.
 

Comment by: cbar10@hotmail.com (8/16/2007)
"I'm going to try and start a blog swarm at WarOnGuns to get gun owners to buy a box of ammo on Aug 28 . . ."

Exactemundo!
 

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