View Full Version : Pro 2nd Amendment Candidate Needs Your Help

10-22-2010, 10:05 PM
Tomorrow at 7pm in Tracy, David Harmer will be debating Mc Nerney. This is the only scheduled debate of the race. Mc Nerney basically turns these debates into media circuses by packing the crowd with paid attendees to give the impression that he represents the views of his district. The crowd swoons and applauds during the debate and the media gobbles it up as a win for Mc Nerney. These kinds of tactics can be as misleading as a Mc Nerney ad stating that David wants to "end social security".

David needs our help. David is the most pro freedom congressional candidate running in the Bay Area. Supporting him at the debate will not only help fight this underhanded tactic that Mc Nerney plans to use, but it will also show David that we appreciate his contribution in Heller and what he plans to do in D.C. to help preserve the 2A. If you have an hour or 2 and can travel to Tracy, please plan to go. Also, there will be a car pool leaving his campaign headquarters at 3 and 4pm in Pleasanton, 6920 Koll Center Pkwy. This debate will probably be the equivalent of a verbal cage match. Anyone who goes will not be disappointed...as far as the entertainment factor.

Go to this website if you would like to attend. Early seating will be required because of the competition between the paid attendees and you the real constituents.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dG8wN2RvVnJzMkxPOTM2aE9xbDAwNnc6M Q

10-23-2010, 10:13 AM
Today's the day. I hope those out in the Tracy area can spend a few moments to help our Pro-Freedom candidate and end the Pelosi agenda. Even if you can't stay for the whole debate, at least be there at the start to take a seat from a Mc Nerney "the gun grabber" supporter.

10-23-2010, 10:16 AM
To help motivate, here is a quote from Mc Nerney's postion website:

Jerry McNerney on Gun Control

Strengthen restrictions on purchase & possession of guns

* Indicate which principles you support regarding guns. Maintain and strengthen the current level of enforcement of existing federal restrictions on the purchase and possession of guns.

Source: 2006 Congressional National Political Awareness Test Nov 7, 2006