Skip to comments.The NRA comes to Emmaus (Anti-Gun Groups invited to debate....ALL decline!)
Posted on 03/20/2013 2:50:30 PM PDT by Red in Blue PA
EMMAUS, Pa. - The NRA came to Emmaus Tuesday night.
Gun control doesnt work --well say it a thousand times, declared Suzanne Anglewicz, manager of political & legislative activities at the National Rifle Association of America.
Anglewicz said there is no evidence whatsoever that can prove to us that gun control works. No one is going to tell us that it actually has worked because no one can point to any examples. We have the facts on our side.
About 85 people gathered in Emmaus Fire Company No. 1 to hear Anglewicz speak on gun rights.
Landi said they tried several times to get representatives from Cease Fire PA, the Brady Campaign, Mayors Against Illegal Guns and a local mayor who signed the Mayors Against Illegal Guns petition. We were declined. A lot of our requests werent even answered.
Stolz was applauded when he announced he is running against Emmaus Mayor Winfield Iobst, because Iobst signed that Mayors Against Illegal Guns petition. Stolz said he will take himself out of the race if Iobst removes himself from that list.
Mayors Against Illegal Guns is anything but, said Anglewicz. She said 79 mayors have resigned from that organization when they found out it was not about getting illegal guns off the streets.
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Lies told by those exceptionally skilled liars can fool many.
The mayor of my town announced that he was a member of MAIG a couple of years ago and scoffed at me when I told him that it was an gun-grabber group that had more to do with control than with safety. I'm glad to see he's no longer listed as a member.
I wouldn’t expect liberals to know the Road to Emmaus.
Actually, gun control does work - and it works quite well.
The trick is to breathe deeply, let half of it out, then s-q-u-e-e-z-e the triger gently.
My younger sister and her husband live in Emmaus. She’s a big anti-Second Amendment type. I wonder if she was one of the ones who didn’t show up. I’ll have to ask her next time I see her.