Solar wrote:Join a bunch of pro-2nd Amendment facebook groups. Every time you do it will pop up in the notifications and people will see it. Other than that, I wouldn't be too in-your-face about it. He has the opportunity now to have a civil debate with you and hopefully you can use that to advantage if he engages.I decided to browse their site (know thy enemy) and saw that they had a facebook page. Once I got there I had a total shock. They have a feature where people can 'become fans' of their organization and a little window that shows 6 of perhaps 50 or so fans of their site (fans include none other than Greg Nickels). By chance, I noticed the avatar of one of my Facebook friends, someone whom I attended High school and played rugby with. I had to sit and think about this for awhile, then wrote to him, expressing my sadness regarding his affiliation. If he were merely a random person from the past it would be one thing, but we have so many common friends, this might become an issue. I am an adamant supporter of our rights, and am very vocal to any person that supports or represents any organization that I oppose. Has anyone else had an incident like this? Any suggestions?