When someone has been working hard on something for your benefit, and they say, "Hey, we need this little bit of help from everyone," what's the harm in giving that little bit of help?
Not everything can be posted on the Internet--the other side doesn't give away the game-plan and you can't either. Quarterbacks don't loudly announce, "Hey, let's run this play!" Any answer that is provided will be followed by another question and another until everyone has heard the answer they want. Unfortunately, everyone wants to hear a different answer.
Most pro-rights people aren't happy with the DC-vs-Heller decision because they want it to go farther, never mind it's the best and biggest decision in a long time, and lays the groundwork for other wins. Instantly, lawsuits were filed in Illinois and California. Heller wasn't allowed to register his automatic, and a lawsuit is being filed for that. Change is happening, please understand that.
If you want the inside track, you have to be the one doing the heavy lifting. If you're not willing to do the hard work and still want the change, you have to do the little things the people who are hard at work are fighting for. Nobody is asking for money, they're asking for a small favor.