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    LoLBuilder as an activism tool.

    I have found the LoLBuilder is a great way for us to get our message across by mixing and matching photos from the other sides and mocking mercilessly.

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    Here are some good ones I found. Now if we could get a generator for Oleg Volk's style.






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    That second one looks like an attack based on personal characteristics. Not High Road, not a winning tactic.

    Just my take on it.

    Keep trying.

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    The text isn't mine - something I copied from an email.
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    That's more like it. Disclaimer: I'm not a wannabee moderator (perish the thought!) I just thought I'd express my personal feelings about the unfairness of one of the above pics.

    Andy C:

    A link in the poster to that famous interview with Carolyn McCarthy would be nice. And it would not be unfair! Or maybe just say:

    Google: <CAROLYN MCCARTHY + BARREL SHROUD>

    And a link to that quote? (Or PM the text to me since I'm too lazy to retype it.)

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    Yeah, I think doesn't do us any favors to go after people based on their looks.

    As for the Carolyn poster, sure - anything to make it better; I'm usually at a loss for pithy one-liners, so suggestions are welcome

    I got the text in an email, but I'll PM it to you - there's more in there, but I edited it out to save space in that pic.
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    Here we go:

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    Last edited by rd5589; December 15th, 2008 at 08:42 PM.

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    What do Carolyn McCarthy, Sarah Brady and Dianne Fienstien have in common?
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    Quote and a question by another poster:

    What do Carolyn McCarthy, Sarah Brady and Dianne Fienstien have in common?

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    Let me see now. They are females?!? They give a bad name to other females such as myself because they are ANTI GUN, want to pass more bs laws, ignore and shred the Constitution, etc.? They are all middle aged and older women who are ignorant about guns and gun issues? They MAY know about GUNS and self defense issues but they LIE about it while THEY ALL have their PAID protection and/or OWN GUNS for themselves but don't want them for other ladies, other serfs, slaves, etc.?

    I think that Feinstein owns a gun.

    They ALL want to put forth and pass old and NEW gun laws.

    They suck off the teat of the U.S. TAXPAYER, two of them, just like the other politicians. The other one (Sarah.) gets government disability money because her husband was shot during Reagan's shooting. She receives money from her anti gun group too.

    They brainwash the soccer moms, the other anti gunners, Million Mom Marchers, etc.

    They would rather have you call 911 and DIE than trust you with a gasp, gun!

    I could go on but you asked the question and I replied briefly - sort of! Grin.

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    To the top...

    So what is your answer for your question please?

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    Here are a couple I did some time back.






    Here is one I found.

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    I made this a while ago with a different website. More along the lines of "you can have it when you take it from my cold dead hands" than activism though.


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    And here is one I just made.

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    I still think the Lieberman one is unAmerican. Since when do we firebomb Iraqi children? (
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    Click this link for some good quotes to use in your posters.

    ALSO! this page includes info on BOGUS quotes to avoid.
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    Typical Gun Grabbing Democrat


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    There's plenty left to go with our Gun Grabbing Democrats on Parade; Please don't go away !!

    Just a hand full of the pan handlers, who rather see the second amendment abolished.



    I am the one that signed the Brady Bill

    Bill Clinton


    And
    "I'm the guy who originally wrote the assualt weapons ban"


    Joe Biden

    "The Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act (VCCLEA; also known as the Biden Crime Law) was an act of Congress dealing with crime and law enforcement that became law in 1994. It is the largest crime bill in the history of the US and will provide for 100,000 new police officers, $9.7 billion in funding for prisons and $6.1 billion in funding for prevention programs which were designed with significant input from experienced police officers. Sponsored by U.S. Representative Jack Brooks of Texas, the bill was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Bill Clinton".

    "Following the 101 California Street shootings and other high-profile instances of violent crime, the act expanded federal law in several ways. One of the most noted sections was the Federal Assault Weapons Ban. Other parts of the act provided for a greatly expanded federal death penalty, new classes of individuals banned from possessing firearms, and a variety of new crimes defined in statutes relating to immigration law, hate crimes, sex crimes, and gang-related crime."


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    I am the one who signed The Gun Control Act of 1968
    Lyndon B. Johnson

    676 - Annual Message to the Congress on the State of the Union.
    January 14, 1969

    In the Safe Streets Act of 1968, Congress determined "To assist state and local governments in reducing the incidence of crime."

    This year I am proposing that the Congress provide the full $300 million that the Congress last year authorized to do just that.

    I hope the Congress will put the money where the authorization is.

    I believe this is an essential contribution to justice and to public order in the United States. I hope these grants can be made to the States and they can be used effectively to reduce the crime rate in this country.

    But all of this is only a small part of the total effort that must be made--I think chiefly by the local governments throughout the Nation--if we expect to reduce the toll of crime that we all detest.

    Frankly, as I leave the Office of the Presidency, one of my greatest disappointments is our failure to secure passage of a licensing and registration act for firearms. I think if we had passed that act, it would have reduced the incidence of crime. I believe that the Congress should adopt such a law, and I hope that it will at a not too distant date.

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    I was the Guy Which Brought You The Lautenberg Act; heee, heee


    Frank Lautenberg - Democrat

    The Domestic Violence Offender Gun Ban (1996) was an amendment to the Omnibus Consolidated Appropriations Act of 1997 which was passed by the 104th US Congress in the Fall of 1996. Officially known as 'Gun Ban for Individuals Convicted of a Misdemeanor Crime of Domestic Violence' -- 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(9)'[1], 'Public Law 104-208'[2] and is often referred to as the Lautenberg Amendment after its sponsor, Frank Lautenberg.

    The Lautenberg Act conflicts with State Laws that are in effect that do not impose a statute under federal law, and or state laws preventing persons from owning a firearm, ammunition, or possessing of such items.

    In Example: A person convicted of Domestic Violene in Texas is charged with and convicted of a Misdemeanor Charge Class A. A person convicted of Domestic Violence in very few other states Domestic Violence is charged as a felony.

    In all states a violation of a protective order, as well as any other act of Domestic Violence while a protective order is in place is Considered a Felony and the Charges that were initially filed will automatically become a felony charge of Domestic Violence.

    The Lautenberg Amendment and or Act does not specify to whether or not a Felony Conviction of Domestic Violence whether by plea, or by Deferred Adjudication or a Misdemeanor Charge of Domestic Violence should fall under the act.

    The Lautenberg Amendment excludes all persons convicted of any type of Domestic Violence, or the Subject of a Magistrates Protective order from owning or possessing any type of Firearm, Ammunition, and or other types of weapons that involve a projectile device.


    http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/...amendment.html

    The nation's police forces are up in arms over a new federal gun control law that could strip thousands of them of their guns and jobs. Most police organizations have enthusiastically supported every gun control scheme President Clinton has put forward. Few Americans realized that such legislation almost always contained an exemption for the policemen themselves regarding their official duties. But poetic justice may finally have arrived. Unfortunately, its arrival also heralds the decimation of constitutional rights of a million or more other Americans.

    Last September 28, as part of a massive appropriations bill, Congress passed the so-called Lautenberg Act, which greatly increases the number of Americans prohibited by federal law from owning firearms. For the first time, thanks to an amendment by Georgia's Rep. Bob Barr, law-enforcement officials are not exempt from the nation's gun control laws.

    The Lautenberg Act prohibits anyone from owning a gun or possessing any ammunition who has ever been convicted of a misdemeanor involving the use or attempted use of physical force or the threatened use of a deadly weapon against a spouse, child, or intimate partner. (People with any felony conviction have been prohibited from owning guns since 1968.) Any person with such a misdemeanor on his record who is found in possession of a gun or even of a single bullet can face a $250,000 fine and 10 years in prison longer than the average convicted murderer serves in this country.

    Gerald Arenberg, executive director of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, observed that the act "has thrown the whole world into confusion for cops." Victor Kappeler, director of the Criminal Justice Graduate Program at Eastern Kentucky University, estimated that if accurate reporting of all such police domestic violence occurred, and if all such assaults were fully prosecuted, 10% of the nation's law-enforcement officials (70,000 individuals) could be found guilty and thus banned from possessing a firearm under the new law.


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