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rluebb
07-08-2007, 20:29
KOTOWSKI & BLAGOJEVICH PLAN AMBUSH OF GUN OWNERS ON JULY 9TH

Governor Blagojevich and State Senator Dan Kotowski are planning to ambush gun owners on July 9th by calling for a special legislative session on so-called "gun violence". It is expected that Kotowski will introduce legislation that would result in the banning and forced confiscation of most of your guns. The hope is to ramrod this legislation through the General Assembly while the public is distracted by failed budget negotiations.

Senator Kotowski is quickly establishing himself as the most dangerous anti-gunner in the nation. He is using every trick in the book to find a way to take your guns away from you. He does not care if you are a hunter, target shooter, or trap shooter. He wants to take your guns away from you. He is obsessed with the notion of a gun-free Illinois. He is obsessed with the desire to humiliate you and strip you of your guns.

If you cherish your gun rights, this is what you must do:

1. On Monday, July 9, call your state representative and your state senator and politely tell him or her to focus on passing a budget, and to leave your guns alone. Tell the person who answers the phone that you are a law-abiding gun owner and that you are sick and tired of being blamed for the lawless deeds of criminals.

2. Post this information to any and all Internet bulletin boards or blogs to which you belong.

ISRA has listings of phone numbers for Illinois State Representatives (http://www.isra.org/legislation/representatives.shtml) and Illinois State Senators (http://www.isra.org/legislation/senators.shtml).
Need to find out who your Legislators are? Check the Illinois Election Board (http://www.elections.state.il.us/DistrictLocator/SelectSearchType.aspx?NavLink=1).

Remember: gun control is a disease, and you are the cure.

Carlitos
07-11-2007, 15:54
What happened on the 9th?

rluebb
07-11-2007, 15:58
The special session for SB1007 was today. Session ended with no action taken on bill. Sponsor did not have the votes.

kippjones
07-11-2007, 18:13
How close was it?

P+P
07-11-2007, 18:29
What happens next???

kippjones
07-11-2007, 19:21
http://www.pantagraph.com/articles/2007/07/11/news/doc469466c9063eb578382577.txt

P+P
07-11-2007, 19:44
Kipp, Thanks
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