PDA

View Full Version : 2010 Elections, up for Guerilla War Politics?


nicki
02-15-2009, 3:57 AM
Most people look at politics only during the actual elections, then they go back to sleep.

The Politicians however don't, they pay attention because if an issue that they really don't care about becomes an issue, they are willing to cut deals.

The first thing to making something happen is to visualize it first, one you see it, you can make it happen.

Think about this, what if every victim disarment (VD) promoting politician had a opponent running against them in their own primary. Sure, they are going to win, but they won't get a free ride and if he is beaten up on not just guns, but other issues, he is going to be battle scared.

Most VD politicians are left wing. The Republican party usually doesn't run serious candidates in places like SF and West Hollywood so it is actually possible that our people could get the nominations by default.

Imagine a liberal running against a republican that is a pragmatic green libertarian rather than a social conservative.

The Peace, Prosperity and Freedom message of Ron Paul went over well in both San Fran and LA.

There are other freedom issues that we could unite on which would give us power and influence.

At the very least, it would indirectly expand the size of Calguns.


Nicki

lioneaglegriffin
02-15-2009, 6:38 PM
Most people look at politics only during the actual elections, then they go back to sleep.

The Politicians however don't, they pay attention because if an issue that they really don't care about becomes an issue, they are willing to cut deals.

The first thing to making something happen is to visualize it first, one you see it, you can make it happen.

Think about this, what if every victim disarment (VD) promoting politician had a opponent running against them in their own primary. Sure, they are going to win, but they won't get a free ride and if he is beaten up on not just guns, but other issues, he is going to be battle scared.

Most VD politicians are left wing. The Republican party usually doesn't run serious candidates in places like SF and West Hollywood so it is actually possible that our people could get the nominations by default.

Imagine a liberal running against a republican that is a pragmatic green libertarian rather than a social conservative.

The Peace, Prosperity and Freedom message of Ron Paul went over well in both San Fran and LA.

There are other freedom issues that we could unite on which would give us power and influence.

At the very least, it would indirectly expand the size of Calguns.


Nicki

heresy! :p