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NSSF Announcement on ESOS

Discussion in 'Gun-Control Issues' started by SJ 40, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. SJ 40

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  2. cagnoli

    cagnoli Patriot First

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    That is awesome news. Hit them in the pocketbook. I was thrilled to see that the show was cancelled. Gun owners are standing up for their convictions, and continued actions like these will send a strong message to congress that we are serious, and they had better think twice about reinstituting any bans.
     


  3. SJ 40

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    Possibly Reed Exhibitions can get on the same plane back to the UK along with Piers Morgan. SJ 40
     
  4. Sheepdog689

    Sheepdog689 NRA Life Member

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    Good, let the money talk. Maybe it's time for the NSSF, NRA and all other pro-gun groups that participate or sponsor the SHOT show to remind the owners of the Sands Convention Center as well as the politicians in Las Vegas how many people and how much money the SHOT show brings in.

    If Nevada's illustrious Senator Reid wants to ignore the Constitutional Rights of the people, then the people should stop spending money in his state. If the SHOT show and the 60,000 attendees (let's see, 60k people who are probably spending at least $200 a day or more comes out to be about $15 million a day times 4 days is $120 million.) took their money to a city that supports gun rights, like Dallas, Phoenix or somewhere else, I'm sure Las Vegas would not be too happy with the good Senator.

    If that was pointed out to the city fathers in Las Vegas as well as the hotel owners I'm sure Senator Reid would be getting a lot of phone calls from his constituents not to entertain Senator Finestein's bill.

    No more Viva Las Vegas....it's time for Boycott Las Vegas! Let Harry start feeling the heat.