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RJ Dunn
08-29-2006, 3:43 PM
Yes, I know what your thinking. And I've always been the guy who sits back and thinks that everybody else is fighting for me so whats one vote. :( Well I've seen the error of my ways and have recently registered to vote for the first time and begun to write letters. I can no longer sit back and do nothing. I love this state and do not want have to move to enjoy my firearms. We need to unite. We have alot of people here and million more who enjoy their 2nd Amendment Rights also. We need to gather our forces and hold large protest's in front of the offices of the Govenor, Feinsteins and all of her anti friends. Maybe we could get some national media coverage and maybe wake up some of our fellow firearm owners to what is about to happen to their rights if they don't stand up and fight for them. I'm new to this and really don't know how things work. But I'm sure theres alot of people here who do. So, to those who have never voted or don't vote as often as they should. We are all in this together, if you don't fight no one will either.:(

ldivinag
08-29-2006, 4:34 PM
please hit yourself for every vote you missed... lol...


seriously though, it's never too late to get started. as a naturalized citizen, i took voting as one of the most important thing, if not the most.

i missed one election due to my procrastination (oh sure, i can get out of work early enough... sigh...). been kicking myself since...

anotherone
08-29-2006, 4:41 PM
If you never voted in the south I wouldn't mind. But since you're in a liberal area where every single vote counts and we need to get the vote out, register to vote today. A vote not cast for pro-gun politicians in California is basically a defacto vote for the gun grabbers.

Fjold
08-29-2006, 5:15 PM
I missed many opportunities to vote when I was stationed on submarines in the Navy because a lot of times we would go out before absentee ballots were mailed out and got home after the elections were over so I try really hard not to miss any now.

There may be no one or no thing that you want to vote for but there's always someone or something to vote against!

Mudvayne540ld
08-29-2006, 5:23 PM
=o
this is my first time to vote! I am now 18.... look foward to participating

M. Sage
08-29-2006, 5:32 PM
Yes, I know what your thinking. And I've always been the guy who sits back and thinks that everybody else is fighting for me so whats one vote. :(

I can identify. I'm the guy who figures "eh, the politicians are all for sale anyway. I can't out-bid the special interests/lobbyists, so why bother?" I can't find a single candidate worth wasting my time to vote for. They all seem to sell us out in the end.

chiefcrash
08-29-2006, 6:32 PM
i got a question: when you send off the voter registration form, are you supposed to get something back? 'cause i haven't...

(just registered to vote 2 months ago seeing as i was a citizen of nowhere for a while)

Fjold
08-29-2006, 7:45 PM
i got a question: when you send off the voter registration form, are you supposed to get something back? 'cause i haven't...

(just registered to vote 2 months ago seeing as i was a citizen of nowhere for a while)

Nope, when you go to the polling place they'll have your name on the voter list.

thedrickel
08-29-2006, 8:28 PM
Just registered to vote eh? Prepare for jury duty!

Cato
08-29-2006, 11:43 PM
Now, you have to make sure you vote at EVERY election. If it rains or you need to take off of work, you MUST vote! There was a time when only land owning white literate males could vote. Look at how hard everyone else had to fight to vote. Your vote is sacred, use it!

chiefcrash
08-30-2006, 6:27 AM
Just registered to vote eh? Prepare for jury duty!
naw, already got a jury notice. but i'm smart:

i called the number and took the extention (you can put off jury duty for 6 months i think for no real reason). I schedule my jury duty on july 3rd. what court in their right mind is gonna start anything the day before the 4th of july?

needless to say, my jury duty is paid for a year without leaving the couch...

SemiAutoSam
08-30-2006, 7:45 AM
Would love to be on a Jury then I could tell the other juror's about the FIJA see link below.

http://www.fija.org/

The registrars office in my county requires a statement on the form that the person filling out the form is a U.S. Citizen

I'm not comfortable making that claim as I was not born in Washington DC or a possession of the united states I was born in California state.

If anyone has any desire to know more about this topic and how it may affect to make an educated choice have a look at the link's below.


http://www.angelfire.com/az/sthurston/On_State_Citizenship.html

http://www.state-citizen.org/

http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Embassy/1154/StateCitizenship.html

The man who owns the site below may come off as a right wing nut but in my opinion makes some valid arguments.

http://www.teamlaw.org/



Below is just a very interesting website for those that think they own land.

http://www.landrights.com/

Some of you are probably wondering how you became liable to pay this or that tax or how you should follow a law or rule where is breaking said law or rule there would be no victim ?

below is the reason but to understand would require some reading and comprehension.

http://www.wealth4freedom.com/mercier/INVISIBLE_CONTRACTS.htm


If for any reason this post gets deleted for one political reason or another I have archived it for those that have the interest to see what I have posted still can all they have to do it PM me and ask and the links I have posted will be PM'ed back to them.

as my last post that was deleted I received about 15-20 pm's asking for that link so here it is again. http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=92088