Quote of the Day: Running Against ‘Them’ Edition

“Washington might not like it, but you can count on it. Kelly Ayotte stands for our values, not theirs.” video in Rubio-aligned group goes on air to defend Ayotte on guns [via nbcnews.com]

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  1. avatar Mindflayer says:

    Good. We need to start take the offensive on advertisements and PSAs.

    1. avatar JusBill says:

      And while we’re at it, let’s standardize our terms so *EVERYONE* understands clearly what we think.

      The anti-gun crowd uses “gun nuts” to describe us.
      Let’s consistently use “anti-gun fanatics” to describe them.

      If we do this often enough and are consistent enough in enough high-visibility venues, it just might sink in for the undecided. PSYOPS 101.

      1. avatar William Burke says:

        “Gap-toothed anti-gun fanatics”. No reason to sugar coat any of it!

  2. avatar Chuck Pelto says:

    TO: Whomever
    RE: WTF??!?!?

    …..is going on here? Is she for or against gun-control?

    Poorly written article, as I wouldn’t know her from Eve.

    Regards,,

    Chuck(le)
    [The Truth will out….if someone could explain it properly…..]

    1. avatar LC Judas says:

      As I recall, she is against it. Voted against the M&T because it “expanded a flawed system” and she listens to her constituents. That’s what the word seems to be, from past articles regarding her and other sources.

      1. avatar Chuck Pelto says:

        Thanks…..

  3. avatar JTPhilly says:

    I’m glad she wasn’t left to fend for herself against the Nanny’s deep pockets.

  4. avatar MadLarkin says:

    I’m in the process of relocating from CT to NH. Took the time to send her a note thanking her for standing against M-T and keeping NH true.

    1. avatar Shire-man says:

      I made the same move you’re about to make a number of years ago. Best decision of my life. Be warned though that if you’re moving to south of Concord or Concord proper things are very CT/MA-ish and only getting worse. You can see NH rotting away. It’s very sad and I hope the Free Staters can turn things around before it’s lost forever.

      1. avatar Carry.45 says:

        I live in Nashua. And It’s not as bad as you say. Don’t get me wrong youre right to some degree but I don’t know many people who are for gun control…. With the exceptions of the people I went to school with who were already the liberal progressive types. The hippie types if you will.

    2. avatar Robert Farago says:

      I think you’re headed in the wrong direction.

      1. avatar CarlosT says:

        I disagree. We pro-gunners should also be moving to states such as New Hampshire that are currently gun friendly but could go the wrong direction if attention is not given.

        Beyond that, a lot of those states are actually better legally speaking than the states people are picking based on reputation.

  5. avatar Pantera Vazquez says:

    As a Florida resident, I am glad that we have Senator Marco Rubio in Washington standing up for our 2nd A rights. It is reassuring to see him support his colleague Senator Ayotte as she weathers the assault from Bloomberg, Obama and their respective PACs. Senator Bill Nelson on the other hand, is not one to be proud of, as he has demonstrated that he is no protector of the 2nd amendment.

  6. avatar NamMP says:

    As a resident of NV. I am deeply appaled at Stinky Pinky Reid. We could have been rid of him if Sharon Angle had just kept her mouth shut. It is my understanding that “STINKY” plans another run. If so, I hope the other party gets their head out of their nether regions, and gets a candidate that will actually win.
    We can turn all of this around, but It is going to take work. I am very much afraid we may see an a revolt in this country, in the next two years.

    1. avatar Ralph says:

      The old bast@rd is 73 and not all that popular. Now, he’s p1ssed off the NRA and it will not remain neutral, as it did in Reid’s race against Angle. Granted, he has the SEIU in his pocket (or vice versa), and the union controls the voting process, but still. I’m thinking that Reid is a lame duck.

      Why am I not happy about it? Because Chuck the Schmuck Schumer will be the next majority leader after Reid if the Republicans don’t recapture the Senate.

  7. avatar tank03 says:

    I live in NH and have to say that she (or her office staff, as is more likely the case) have been very responsive to my emails/phone calls and has clearly said that she is anti-gun control. Whether or not she stays that way remains to be seen.

  8. avatar Alex Peters says:

    Typically lefties attacking a Senator who actually votes based on the desires of her constituents. Gasp at the thought!

  9. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

    OK. Somebody help me out here. I just watched that commercial for the 3rd time.
    here’s what I heard, “blah, blah, blah, blah, GUN CONTROL, blah, blah, blah”
    Something about more resources to prosecute gun crimes? WTF. Those resources are and have been there for decades! It’s called local tax dollars, County D.A.’s.

  10. avatar Old Ben turning in grave says:

    Hmm, from what little I know of the contrarians (and I use that term with the utmost respect and affection) of the fine state of NH, if out-of-state interests flood them with messages against Ayotte, they’ll tend to vote for her just to say FU.

    1. avatar Ralph says:

      NH is a blue state that has become infected with Massh0les escaping the Comintern Commonwealth.

  11. avatar cayman_shen says:

    I sent her a thank you note. As near as I can tell NH is the last bastion of freedom in the northeast. Some of us take “Live Free or Die” very, very seriously. If you’re an out of stater, look into the Free State project. They’re having a festival of gun nuts and gay rights activists and potheads and home schoolers and other libertarian types in June. I hope to make it 🙂

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