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-----Original Message-----
From: Wisconsin Carry Chairman []
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2013 12:09
Subject: 5 Phone Calls for Freedom (Next Monday and Tuesday) Feb. 25th and 26th

Greetings in Freedom:

Wisconsin Carry is working with some other groups around the country to reject any infringements on the gun rights of law-abiding citizens. The "coalition" is organizing "FIVE PHONE CALLS FOR FREEDOM" this will take place next Monday and Tuesday (Feb 25th and 26th) 

EVEN if you live in a district with an otherwise "pro-gun" representative, it’s still critical to call as the anti-gun crowd will be doing their best to sway these reps under the guise of pretending the general public is behind them. DO NOT BE THE SILENT MAJORITY.  Please make these calls.

Here are details:

Fight Pending Attack by Anti-Gun Radicals

On Feb. 25 & 26, make ‘Five Phone Calls for Freedom’


Make ‘Five Phone Calls for Freedom’

To fight back against the anti-freedom attack, we are asking millions of Second Amendment supporters represented by the Coalition and others to deliver a loud and clear message to Congress by making 5 phone calls on Monday and Tuesday (Feb. 25 & 26). Please note that we said CALL, not email. We want millions of voices to ring through the congressional switchboard, so please note that you might have to try several times to get through.

Specifically, we are asking you to call:

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell at 202-224-2541 House Speaker John Boehner at 202-225-0600 Senator Richard Burr at 202-224-3154 Senator Kay Hagan at 202-224-6342 Your representative to the U.S. House. To identify your US House representative, go to: and then enter your zip code in the upper right corner of the page


Give congressional staff 3 simple talking points:

Nothing about the federal proposals is acceptable – not banning semi-automatic firearms and magazines, not expanding the list of people prohibited from owning guns, and not registering private gun sales via the National Instant Check System; Because “compromise” means losing freedom, you will not “compromise” on this issue, including any “lite” version of registering private sales through the National Instant Check System; and As a member of one of the organizations comprising the National Coalition to Stop the Gun Ban, you will support coordinated Coalition action against any legislator who supports these ineffective measures that would affect millions of law abiding citizens while criminals would just side-step them.

Carry on,

Nik Clark

Chairman/President - Wisconsin Carry, Inc. (visit our NEW website!!!)


There are several versions of the text of the Second Amendment, each with slight capitalization and punctuation differences, found in the official documents surrounding the adoption of the Bill of Rights.[5] One version was passed by the Congress,[6] while another is found in the copies distributed to the States[7] and then ratified by them.

As passed by the Congress:

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

As ratified by the States and authenticated by Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State:

A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.[8]

The original hand-written copy of the Bill of Rights, approved by the House and Senate, was prepared by scribe William Lambert and resides in the National Archives.

The Second Amendment is the only amendment to the Constitution which states a purpose.[9]