CSGV avoid Kansas

I am going to have to add one more issue affecting the “Gun Safety” groups: Lack of Memory. Ladd and Company have seem to forget that a similar campaign was used before by the Brady Bunch and failed.

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The sign was somewhere on I-95 near the Georgia border and the second image is a pamphlet that Brady Operatives were passing around at Fort Lauderdale and Miami International airports. They came about when Florida’ Stand Your Ground Law came into effect so the Brady’s felt that the poor citizens coming to Florida needed to be warned about the incoming bloodshed on the street.  I am going to quote myself:

And boy they got lots of media coverage…for about two news’ cycles. One of the representatives of the Brady Bunch (probably imported from D.C.) at Miami International Airport was allowed to go on camera saying that tourists should not use violent movements of the hands because they might be interpreted as a violent act and get them shot. Now saying this in a South Florida County with a 60% population of Latinos who use their hands while talking in such fashion that we make Italians look like paraplegics, did not sit well with the local populace and the Brady Bunch were shut down faster than a New Marine Recruiting Station in Berkeley. We got the chance to laugh, point them out and say “See? they are the racists, not us.”

via The Starbucks Wars. (gunfreezone.net)

As you can imagine, it did not make a difference. People of Florida took to SYG and after all the bad publicity, by a margin of 7 to 3, love the law. Visitors kept coming to Florida and the sign and pamphlets ended up as a bad joke the Bradys pulled on themselves.

So, visit Kansas. get some BBQ, carry your gun, have fun.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

8 thoughts on “CSGV now a Bad Tourism Agency.”
  1. I haven’t taken the time to research it, but don’t those bullet points (no pun intended) apply to the vast majority of states?

    Stay on your little reservations, Berkley and Manhattan, CSGV.

      1. Need to me… I’m not really active on terribly many blogs. Although I did get into a weird thing a month ago when a Neo-Nazi starting going through two-year old comment threads in multiple websites and hurling abuse at me.

        It got flagged with Disqus and he was banned. But not me, since I kept it clean on my end.

  2. I’ll be in Kansas in late June. SW has some kind of quilters meeting in Kansas City. So I’ll be on both sides of the river for the weekend. It’s nice that I won’t have to worry about my permit. Missouri, when I’m on that side of the river accepts my Iowa permit. There should be some good eating involved.

  3. Every state in the nation allows legally articulated deadly force in self defense of oneself or a third party (family member or unknown person).

    For good reason.

    What a bunch of lying duplicitous obedient and compliant victims the Brady’s are. (Insert bleeting sheep .mpeg here)

    Based on their mentality, they fight for their right to be defenseless, low hanging fruit for perpetrators of violent forcible felonies.

    1. You’d be surprised to see how many of them believe in the State’s Monopoly on Killing. A concept that although common in other country, we legally discarded sometime mid 1800s or perhaps earlier.

  4. Ladd lives in the so called gun free zone of DC are his eyes so clouded brown from have his skull full of “shaving cream” ( Dr. Demento ref ) that he can’t see across the Potomac to VA? We have had open carry forever and some great historic sights and beaches. Want to vaca and carry? Come to Virginia, just stay south of the river.

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