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TonyNorCal
04-12-2006, 9:08 AM
Perhaps we should start our own letter writing campaign...

expressing our grave concern over all these assault weapons flooding into California when there is a provision in the law allowing the DOJ to stop them with a simple list. Afterall, shouldn't they do what they can to keep these weapons of war off our streets?

I am sure the responsible people here at CalGuns, their friends, family, and associates could generate a few hundred to a thousand letters...no?

wilit
04-12-2006, 3:42 PM
Good god, haven't there been enough of these, "Let's write letters to the DOJ to get these 'evil' weapons on the list"? Most of us have waited since '94 or '00 for this opportunity. I'm sure a few months more won't kill you.

bwiese
04-12-2006, 4:27 PM
Good god, haven't there been enough of these, "Let's write letters to the DOJ to get these 'evil' weapons on the list"? Most of us have waited since '94 or '00 for this opportunity. I'm sure a few months more won't kill you.

Actually, it might.

You had your chance, and it's still ongoing.

We're not a social welfare organization, and we need to beat any prospective legislation.

swift
04-12-2006, 7:07 PM
Perhaps we should start our own letter writing campaign...

expressing our grave concern over all these assault weapons flooding into California when there is a provision in the law allowing the DOJ to stop them with a simple list. Afterall, shouldn't they do what they can to keep these weapons of war off our streets?

I am sure the responsible people here at CalGuns, their friends, family, and associates could generate a few hundred to a thousand letters...no?

I don't see why those of us who purchased lowers should be expressing their 'grave concern' over the influx of these rifles, especially in letters to the DOJ. If the media ever found out that Mr. TonyNorCal possessed an offlist lower and sent a letter to DOJ extolling its dangers to society, they would have a field day.

TonyNorCal
04-12-2006, 9:09 PM
I don't see why those of us who purchased lowers should be expressing their 'grave concern' over the influx of these rifles, especially in letters to the DOJ. If the media ever found out that Mr. TonyNorCal possessed an offlist lower and sent a letter to DOJ extolling its dangers to society, they would have a field day.

The media is welcome to have whatever sort of day they wish. As you are well aware, the media is California is overwhelmingly liberal and most likely any such story would have decidedly anti-pseudo assault weapon alarmist theme. I am also perfect willing to entertain any intrepid reporter and photographer. I am willing to pose with my off-list booty in all manner of scandalous positions.

Having said that I find the possibility of the media finding out that TonyNorCal wrote some letters expressing concern over such evilness while at the same time possessing is extraordinarily remote.

Nevertheless, I would be doing no less than exercising two of my constitutional rights...the Second, as abridged as that might be here in our socialist prison camp and the First...which fortunately we are still largely allowed to exercise as the liberal elite has yet to succeed fully in their efforts to turn California into Cuba.