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What can we do to protect our Second Ammendment Rights from this latest assualt by the Liberals?

In the wake of the actions of the nut-job in Colorado, (I mean other than joining the NRA,) what can we the people do to counter act this latest liberal attack on our right to keep and bare arms? I guess I should clarify something. I hope all Americans who love hunting, shooting, or collecting firearms have all ready, or will soon join the NRA!

Asked By: Brian V - 7/25/2012
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A composite of the previous answers is great. Write your legislators in both the senate and the house, especially if they are anti-gun. Let them know they have constituents that feel strongly about it, and their opinion on the matter influences your vote. A good issue now would be the UN Arms Treaty. If issues come at... More
Answered By: Livy - 7/25/2012
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I'm a liberal but I agree that attacking 2nd amendment is wrong... More
Answered By: Jack D - 7/25/2012
 
use facts to make our case instead of the usual sensationalism of the anti-gun crowd, shoot safely and legally, introduce new people to firearm ownership, vote in every election, etc...
Answered By: You are no match for my power - 7/25/2012
 
Vote Liberals out of Office. The NRA is our best possibility to retain the 2nd Amendment as written. To dismantle the Amendment requires the Congress and the Courts, and the Courts are the quickest means for the Government to outspend defenders of the Amendment. 4.5 million NRA members and still growing is our hope... More
Answered By: Steven Ewing - 7/25/2012
 
VOTE. Know who is running for office. Where they stand & NRA rating. Want to curb libs, stop voting them into office.
Answered By: lana_sands - 7/25/2012
 
Let them kick and scream and make fools of themselves. People are not buying it anymore and those that do are beyond hope. The most you can do is talk to the fence sitters. The blood dancing they partake in is self defeating as I would figure people such as myself would be reviled by such actions of the left.
Answered By: Fatefinger - 7/25/2012
 
Honestly I don't think there is much we can do but vote for pro gun candidates. In my opinion sadly enough the actions at Aurora, VA Tech, Columbine, and Tucson along with others are doing the job for us. While the antis come out screaming bloody murder these tragedies strengthen the pro gun movement. Have you noticed... More
Answered By: Michael - 7/25/2012
 
* You must send Your E-Mails and Personal letters to President Obama, your State Representative, and to your Senators.* You must send a clear message to our lawmakers in Washington and in your State that you will not compromise on your Right To Keep and Bear Arms.* You need to remind Washington that there is no... More
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Answered By: dca2003311@yahoo.com - 7/25/2012
 
Support more Libertarian (not the same as Liberal) minded candidates and those in office. Libertarians fully support the US Constitution, unlike Obama, Romney, and most congressmen.
Answered By: Rooster - 7/25/2012
 
Go to the polls and vote these ultra liberal left wing idiots out of office. Then put some real teeth in the laws that these nut jobs break. Maybe public executions would help deter these fools from acting out.
Answered By: Buckhunter - 7/25/2012
 
An individual can VOTE. Vote local vote federal VOTE... More
Answered By: MANTIS80 - 7/25/2012
 
Keep on being responsible gun owners, vote for pro-gun politicians, and support gun rights advocates... More
Answered By: august - 7/25/2012
 
Vote correctly.
Answered By: acmeraven - 7/25/2012
 
Sigh - 'Liberal' used to mean "in favor or individual rights... More
Answered By: Irv S - 7/25/2012
 
I agree with michael, i think liberals are starting to realize how innacurate their argumrnts for gun control are and are starting to see reality. Now while i cant say obama will focus on gun control if he wins a second term, the senate and house was primarily blue for a lil while in the beginning of his presidency... More
Answered By: Orion589 - 7/25/2012
 
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