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Posted: 5/7/2001 10:45:54 PM EDT
The Dems are being investigated for sending voters guides declaring anti-gun Dems as being pro-gun. Such tricks were illegally funded, causing the investigation. Also an update on Bank of America. News at the "witch" icon at: National CCW Reciprocity Foundation http://www.NationalCCW.com or http://www.homestead.com/njccw/nationalccw.html Plus 2 new web polls.
Link Posted: 5/8/2001 5:35:31 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/8/2001 5:34:29 AM EDT by RipMeyer]
From the NationalCCW.com site Beware from where you get advice on who to vote for. The Democratic party is now under investigated for pretending to be a pro-gun orgaization, which gave out voters guides in support of certain anti-gunners. This stems from actions during the 1996 election. It appears that the Democrats illegally funded a $50,000 mailing to almost 150,000 people to declare the Republican candidate, Dick Zimmer, an anti-gunner. "Dick Zimmer would like law- abiding firearms owners to believe that because he is a Republican, he is better than Robert Torricelli," said the one-page mailing. "Not So!", which recommended voting for the Conservative Party candidate..By working with a conservative organization, affilated with the National Rifle Association, the Dems sent this mailing, helping Robert Torricelli to win his Senate seat. In reality, Robert Torricelli was more anti-gun than his opponent, Dick Zimmer. Federal investigators now believe such tactics helped the party win tight races in that year. Please follow pro-gun voters guides from the NRA, state divisions of the NRA, Gun Owners of America, or the National CCW Reciprocity Foundation. This is the only way gun owners will be sure that their votes will be going to the proper candidate. Bank of America-Representatives for Bank of America are now stating they will no longer discriminate against firearm related companies. Therefore, they will do business with any business that involves the firearms trade. A statement in writing is expected soon by Bank of America. (5/8/01)
Link Posted: 5/8/2001 7:09:17 AM EDT
It doesn't surprise me.
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