While much of conservative Minnesota is having a hard time with “messaging”, the Real Americans of Minnesota’s Second Amendment human rights movement have a clear, resounding one.
This from the Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance (GOCRA), in their session-eve email blast; it’s as crystal-clear a statement of principles and positions to the Legislature as you could ask for:
- Minnesota’s law-abiding gun owners will not take the blame for the actions of criminals
We refuse to be treated like those criminals
- You don’t work for Michael Bloomberg and his billions: you work for your Minnesota constituents!
- We know what [Bloomberg’s] “universal background check” proposal really is: universal registration. And we will not sit still for it.
- You have a perfectly good criminal control bill, HF1325, co-authored by 99 senators and representatives, waiting for your action
As always, the gun rights movement – GOCRA, MN-GOPAC, the TC Gun Owners and Carry Forum, the NRA and the like – will be working hard to hold back the Metrocrat orcs’ assault on Real Americans’ freedom.
And they need you.
Look – whatever group you prefer, there’s one to fit your style, temperament and philosophy.
- Dying to bite off a bite-sized piece of activism? Sign up for GOCRA, and be alerted when action – phone calls, emails, hearings at the Capitol – is needed (send ‘em a few bucks; they will put ‘em to good use).
- Wanna put your money to direct political use, endorsing and influencing elections? Send MNGOPAC a buck or two, or a few hundred.
- Wanna fight the fight on main street – and University Avenue, for that matter? Shelley and the crew at TC Gun Owners and Carry Forum have been spreading the gospel in the wilderness.
Hell, help out all three. It’s not like the Orcs are going away any time soon.
As much rhetoric as the Democrats have expended in the past eighty years about class warfare, this is the true class war in America; our would-be “elites” want Real America disarmed; the plebeians, the underdogs, the people are the Real Americans.
Never let the Legislature forget it.