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Call Fred

Fred “One-Gun-A-Month” Madden needs to start believing he made a terrible mistake by hitching his fortunes to a sinking ship (Governor Corzine).  The sooner he starts believing that, the better.  His district office number is (856) 232-6700.  At the above link, you can find his electronic contact information.  This needs to get spread far and wide, around forums, gun shops, or anywhere else where gun owners congregate.  He needs to feel heat.

Know someone in his district?  Make sure they call.  His district encompasses Clementon Borough, Franklin Township, Glassboro Borough, Gloucester Township, Laurel Springs Borough, Lindenwold Borough, Monroe Township, Newfield Borough, Pitman Borough, Washington Township.  Out of district New Jersey gun owners need to call too.  Tell them you’ll volunteer for his opponents campaign, or tell them you’ll send his opponent money for his campaign.  Even if you don’t, Madden must be made to believe he’s made a horrible mistake.

6 Responses to “Call Fred”

  1. Gibcity says:

    We need a list of how they voted.

  2. Paul says:

    Maybe the politicians should be limited to one speech per month, one vote per month, or one piece of legislation per month. No wait a second – that might be infringing on their rights, and we certainly want to infringe on anyone’s rights.

  3. Sebastian says:

    I’m working on that. I also want to do a breakdown of who might be vulnerable along with it. Madden certainly needs to be a focus. A South Jersey district is far more likely to have gun owners than a North Jersey district. Madden is South Jersey.

    • Bitter says:

      A South Jersey district is far more likely to have gun owners than a North Jersey district. Madden is South Jersey.

      And it’s a district that was previously GOP.

  4. Gibcity says:

    Let me see,

    If it takes from 3 to 6 months to obtain a permit to purchase a pistol

    Issued permits are valid for only 3 months unless you obtain a 3 month extension (6 months total)

    Doesn’t this mean that one can only apply for a maximum of 6 permits at any one time

    At this time there are no restriction on the amount of permits one can apply for at any given time

    I guess inconsistencies are the norm for New Jersey!

  5. Ian Argent says:

    You can apply for more than one permit at a time. hence you can have more than one “live” permit at any one time. The permit itself is cheap enough that knowledgeable people (but not me dammit) apply for multiples just-in-case.

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