2/20/2013

These are the types of gun control emails Obama's "Organizing for Action" are bombarding its massive email list with

Yesterday I put up a post on how the Obama administration was collecting stories about people's whose lives have been impacted by gun violence.  Today, they are starting to send out these types of emails.  You can click on this picture to make it larger and easier to read. Note no discussion of defensive gun uses.  No acknowledgment of the benefits of owning guns.  Just attacks about the evils of guns.



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Blogger North said...

I've added you to the Gun Blog Black List - Welcome!

http://gunblogblacklist.blogspot.com/

2/20/2013 1:18 PM  
Blogger Chas said...

Obama is far more far left than most people know.

2/20/2013 2:43 PM  
Blogger John Hardin said...

I know they would probably become the victims of "Reasoned Discourse" but we need to get people who have protected themselves using a gun to tell their stories on that site.

2/21/2013 10:12 AM  
Blogger Martin G. Schalz said...

I did leave a comment concerning this e-mail in the previous posting.

So, as I said I might do, which was to respond to this, I did. My loss occured over 40 years ago and I said so. I also added that it was not the fault of the tool, but the idiot using the tool. Blaming the tool while ignoring the individual using it is simply wrong.

I also put my two cents worth in about what the Second Amendment was about, i.e. keeping us protected from would be tyrants, etc.

As I do here (my real name and e-mail) I did so when I logged into that site. I fear not my viewpoints, nor do I fear possible reprisals. I guess perhaps I was wrong to be, shall we say, confident in my freedom of speech.

I am no longer allowed to use my e-mail account to send any messages.

Coincidence? Who knows? At any rate, here's what I get when I try to send a simple e-mail:

Your message was not sent
Suspicious activity was detected on your account. To protect your account and those of our users, your message was not sent. Please follow the guidelines outlined on our help page to resume sending mail.


Now I haven't changed any habits, styles, or methods in any way. So, what gives? Heck, I rarely send e-mails.

Wait and see time!

2/22/2013 1:54 PM  
Blogger Martin G. Schalz said...

I wrote a message to this site regarding my loss that occured over 40 years ago. I also added that it was not the fault of the tool, but the idiot using the tool. I threw in my viewpoints about the Second Amendment as well, i.e Protecting us from would be tyrants, etc.

Just one minor problem here. I, as always, not fearing reprisals for expressing myself, used my real name and e-mail account.

Bad move perhaps? I can no longer use my e-mail accound to send mail.

Coincidence? Maybe, maybe not.

Time will tell...

2/22/2013 1:59 PM  
Blogger Martin G. Schalz said...

As a followup, I forgot to place this in my previous post...

Your message was not sent
Suspicious activity was detected on your account. To protect your account and those of our users, your message was not sent. Please follow the guidelines outlined on our help page to resume sending mail.


I have not changed anything in the way I use my e-mail account, so what gives?

2/22/2013 2:02 PM  
Blogger Martin G. Schalz said...

Is it just I, or this 'story' too well writen? This does not strike I as the writing of an 17 year old.

2/25/2013 1:21 PM  

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