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    The problem with the gun debate is that the media and our corrupt, criminal politiians get to make their gun ban argument when the listener is safely inside their home behind locked doors, and with really nothing to fear. Its an easy sell for the mostly idiot public out there.

    Gun groups have never understood that, and cannot compete with a corrupt media that just succeeded in electing a socialist president.

    Here's an idea anyone can easily put into use.

    What our pro-gun organization did here in NJ was to print small self-adhesive vinyl labels of about 1 in. tall by 4 in. wide. They were printed from waterproof bumper sticker material.

    One a white background we hade the statement:

    "Look Around You .......

    .... The Nearest Cop Will Never Even Hear Your Screams"

    First line in Blue, second in blood red, and in a horror style type font.


    then in small print we had

    "Citizens Committe For Self-Defense, and our address"


    We printed thousands and tried to get NRA and state NRA organization to back the idea but they couldnt care less, as anyone familiar with NRA can understand. Too controversial they said.

    We had members put them where the public would find them - All ALONE. Like in phone booths, taxi stands, dark and crime ridden areas, etc.

    And it scared the living **** out of people. We got calls and letters from outraged public saying that they were very frightened by the message and that it was unfair. Politicians got to some of the larger gun groups leadership to find out who was behind it and criticized our actions.

    One woman said she was making a phone call and was so terrified thinking she might be attacked that she had to hang up the call and leave it made her so nervous.

    And that's what its all about. If you want to make an impact, make the public realize their vulnerability. The copy on the sticker is about the most frightening I could come up with and was very effective.

    Give it a try. Its very cost effective.

    Bill
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    I like your idea. Many people are so used to their routine that they simply never stop to think about the possibility of bad things happening. I may try something similar on some anti's that I'm acquainted with.

    By the way, welcome to the forum.

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    I like this idea, can you post a pic of this decal, i would like to hand them out or make one similiar myself?

    Braveheart_NJ wrote:
    The problem with the gun debate is that the media and our corrupt, criminal politiians get to make their gun ban argument when the listener is safely inside their home behind locked doors, and with really nothing to fear. Its an easy sell for the mostly idiot public out there.

    Gun groups have never understood that, and cannot compete with a corrupt media that just succeeded in electing a socialist president.

    Here's an idea anyone can easily put into use.

    What our pro-gun organization did here in NJ was to print small self-adhesive vinyl labels of about 1 in. tall by 4 in. wide. They were printed from waterproof bumper sticker material.

    One a white background we hade the statement:

    "Look Around You .......

    .... The Nearest Cop Will Never Even Hear Your Screams"

    First line in Blue, second in blood red, and in a horror style type font.


    then in small print we had

    "Citizens Committe For Self-Defense, and our address"


    We printed thousands and tried to get NRA and state NRA organization to back the idea but they couldnt care less, as anyone familiar with NRA can understand. Too controversial they said.

    We had members put them where the public would find them - All ALONE. Like in phone booths, taxi stands, dark and crime ridden areas, etc.

    And it scared the living @#$% out of people. We got calls and letters from outraged public saying that they were very frightened by the message and that it was unfair. Politicians got to some of the larger gun groups leadership to find out who was behind it and criticized our actions.

    One woman said she was making a phone call and was so terrified thinking she might be attacked that she had to hang up the call and leave it made her so nervous.

    And that's what its all about. If you want to make an impact, make the public realize their vulnerability. The copy on the sticker is about the most frightening I could come up with and was very effective.

    Give it a try. Its very cost effective.

    Bill
    NJ
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    Kinda funny... People are more concerned with someone making them think about something that could happen to them, and finding out who that person/group is to make sure a stop is put to it, than actually being concerned about something that may happen to them in the first place.

    Gotta love this State.

    I'm kinda surprised the powers that be in NJ haven't allocated about $10-million taxpayer dollars for a task force to find out who created the stickers and have them all arrested and thrown in jail for terroristic threats! That'll keep everyone out there safe!

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    Pyrodox wrote:
    Kinda funny... People are more concerned with someone making them think about something that could happen to them, and finding out who that person/group is to make sure a stop is put to it, than actually being concerned about something that may happen to them in the first place.

    Gotta love this State.

    I'm kinda surprised the powers that be in NJ haven't allocated about $10-million taxpayer dollars for a task force to find out who created the stickers and have them all arrested and thrown in jail for terroristic threats! That'll keep everyone out there safe!
    Or arrested for pollution(waterproof sticker won't go away easy) or grafitti, now that would be ironic. Have you seen Newark lately?

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    You're evil Braveheart, just plain evil! How dare you cause people to face reality.



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    Just begs to question....

    Where did you find phone booths?
    States don’t have rights. People do.

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