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Quote of the day

Well, I’d have put it more diplomatically but yeah:

gun rights groups need to pull their heads out of their ass and work together.

9 Responses to “Quote of the day”

  1. Boyd Says:

    You’re stretching credibility there, Unc.

    You know it’s bad when the man who coins the terms “pants shitting hysteria” and “don’t scare whitey” says you need to be more diplomatic.

  2. straightarrow Says:

    Hey I’m ready to work together. Let me know when you’re ready to do it my way.

  3. Michael Says:

    Can’t really say I am known for my diplomatic skills or my editorial ones either. I just put it out there plain and simple. But, yes all of the gun rights groups need to get on the same page of music and communicate it to the masses. This we can sing in one harmonious voice.

  4. Cactus Jack Says:

    Posted by: SayUncle
    Well, Id have put it more diplomatically but yeah:

    gun rights groups need to pull their heads out of their ass and work together.
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    Unfortunatly, being diplomatic ofton gets misunderstood. Being direct however, is never misunderstood. I prefer being direct.

    And Sebastion is right, the pro-second ammendment groups DO need to get together on the same sheet of music.

  5. Joe Huffman Says:

    You would be amazed at how often “being direct” is misunderstood. It happens to me all the time. They claim, “But what you said means this…” No, it means exactly what I said and nothing more. What needs to be done is to back up your words with actions and keep saying what you mean. But that’s a side note.

    I’m not convinced that “the same sheet of music” is the best way to accomplish things. For example, the JPFO can say things that the NRA can’t–guns as a defense against tyranny for example. And the NRA can address hunters issues better than the JPFO. That doesn’t mean that the NRA can’t support the same issues at the JPFO. It just means that one or the other is in a better position to “take point” on an issue. As long as the groups don’t stab each other in the back or get into public quarrels there shouldn’t be a problem. They need to have “back channels” of communication and coordinate some. Even if they don’t agree on the best way to address something they can say, “Okay, you try it your way and we’ll be quiet and see what happens, but if it starts to go sour we are stepping in to do it our.” That sort of thing…

  6. Snowflakes in Hell » Blog Archive » Same Sheet of Music Says:

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  7. Sebastian Says:

    Ah ha! Trackbacks work for you. I think something is wrong with Bitter and Ahab’s site. Great comment Joe… I hope you don’t mind me snarfing it.

  8. SayUncle » Rah, rah, rah . . . go team fight Says:

    […] groups have different goals and different strategies. As Joe said in comments: Im not convinced that the same sheet of music is the best way to accomplish things. For […]

  9. straightarrow Says:

    I guess this “work together” thing is dead in the water? How could you call for that and then not join me and those that think as I do?