TSRAPSC Voter's Guide Posted

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TSRAPSC Voter's Guide Posted

Postby Charles L. Cotton » Tue Sep 30, 2008 1:00 pm

The TSRA-PAC Voters Guide is now posted on the website. Remember, you must register to vote no later than October 6th in order to vote in November!

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Re: TSRAPSC Voter's Guide Posted

Postby Liberty » Tue Sep 30, 2008 4:28 pm

They seemed to have forgotton about the Libertarian party. The only party that full heartedly supports the RKBA
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Re: TSRAPSC Voter's Guide Posted

Postby srothstein » Tue Sep 30, 2008 9:34 pm

While I wish the Libertarian party would get more coverage and endorsements, I have to point out that the Texas Republican party is also very strongly on the side of gun owners. The state platform has a very strong statement on page 18 that you should read.
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Re: TSRAPSC Voter's Guide Posted

Postby Liberty » Wed Oct 01, 2008 6:31 am

srothstein wrote:While I wish the Libertarian party would get more coverage and endorsements, I have to point out that the Texas Republican party is also very strongly on the side of gun owners. The state platform has a very strong statement on page 18 that you should read.

The Republican platform is indeed on our side, but 2nd amendment rights are so fundamental to Libertarians that I can't imagine any libertarian not supporting RKBA there are a few Republicans that have balked at support.
What really cranks me about the TSRA is that they won't even mention Libertarian when they are against a single candidate that is proven to be lukewarm on the issues.
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Re: TSRAPSC Voter's Guide Posted

Postby flb_78 » Mon Oct 06, 2008 10:07 pm

http://www.tsrapac.com/guideUSTexas.php

I gotta ask, how did Ron Paul only get an A- ? :???:

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Re: TSRAPSC Voter's Guide Posted

Postby Liberty » Tue Oct 07, 2008 5:26 am

flb_78 wrote:http://www.tsrapac.com/guideUSTexas.php

I gotta ask, how did Ron Paul only get an A- ? :???:

He votes against protecting the the Manufacturers from being being sued. He claimed the bill exceeded the authority of the constitution.
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