View Full Version : tonite, 7-9PM, San Mateo: CA NRA working group....

01-14-2010, 8:59 AM
7-9PM, Thurs Jan 14

Round Table Pizza
(Laurelwood Shopping Center, by 92/W. Hillsdale Blvd interchange)
1304 W. Hillsdale Blvd
San Mateo, CA 94403

Please park away from the 'good spots' so we leave room for 'regular' customers. The owner is friendly to us and we don't wanna hurt his biz for helping us.

From activist Mike Schrader:

Some of you attended the 'preparation' meeting last month at the West Hillsdale and Hwy 92 Round Table Pizza parlor.
If you can attend this Thursday night from 7 to 9 pm we will be holding and organiazational meeting for San Mateo County NRA members to plan for various important actions the NRA will be taking in California this year.

The battle with the supervisors could reheat up at any moment, local NRA activists will know more by Thursday night.

We need to find out who our friends, and enemies are in each city of San Mateo County, be watching the agendas for gun control issues so we can respond in a timely manner, and we need to be ready to Assist the NRA ILA office in Sacramento on elections of both new office holders and incumbents.

There is a process by which MCs do so, and ferret out those who say they are pro gun but are lying, we find those opposed to us and try to stop them from moving up the food chain so to speak, and find truly faithful Second Amendment supporters and help them in legally proper campaign support role if the NRA endorses them.

Added by Bill W:

LCAV comes back like a metastasizing cancer. LCAV is not getting much traction in Sacramento and proposed bill packages have been roundly rejected in various quarters even by some very LCAV-friendly parties. Juliet Leftwich is kinda hangin' in the wind right now so we may well see a drive to more local attacks.

While we think we've beaten the SM County bills, there's some worry they can arise again and we need to get it thru Rose Jacobs-Gibson's head (and any friends in the food chain) that she has more fruitful work to do elsewhere.

Remember even though this is "city & county" issue, these folks climb the ladder to state-level office. And accumulations of LCAV successes at city/county level statewide support can be used by them to bypass preemption. Look at LA.