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Thread: Anti-Starbucks campaign brings out the worst in anti-gunners

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    Anti-Starbucks campaign affirms fear, loathing and bigotry of anti-gun lobby

    The first sign of a problem is denial, and Brady Campaign President Paul Helmke has a serious dose of it.

    (With a tip of the hat to our own Jim Beal!)

    http://www.examiner.com/x-4525-Seattle-Gun-Rights-Examiner~y2010m2d12-AntiStarbucks-campaign-affirms-fear-loathing-and-bigotry-of-antigun-lobby

    Or try this:

    http://tinyurl.com/yaooj56



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    Er....YUP.... Right on the mark Dave!

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    Damn Dave, you hit it out of the park again. Perhaps we will have to call you the Babe (Babe Ruth)!:celebrate
    Live Free or Die!

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    The Brady Bunch has given OC more publicity than we could ever buy...

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    trevorthebusdriver wrote:
    The Brady Bunch has given OC more publicity than we could ever buy...
    I was thinking that same thing this week. Perhaps we can send them a collective "Thank you card" or something along those lines. Remember all of the "Employee of the Month" pictures of Obama at all of the gunstores last year? Same scenario here.

    Normal guy: "Hey hunny, there's this group that's trying to tell Starbucks to ban people carrying their guns into the coffee shops, whether it's open or concealed...Wait, you can actually carry "openly?" I didn't know that... Opencarry.org, huh? I'll have to look that up...

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    If you appreciate Starbucks not prohibiting self-defense and have a Facebook account, might I suggest you become a fan of theirs and maybe post a comment? http://www.facebook.com/Starbucks

    Not that they need it...
    Starbucks: 5,824,545 fans
    Massacres, Coffee & Tea: 35,925 fans

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