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Grassroots on the Gun Issue

I did a post a few days ago about the Facebook presences of a few anti-gun groups providing some good reasoned discourse opportunity. As of now Heeding God’s Call has a whopping 96 Facebook Fans, which is better than 62, which is the number for CeaseFire Pennsylvania.

My friend Dan, who runs PAFOA, decided to start a new media initiative in the middle of January, and made it a goal to get to 1000 fans for PAFOA by the end of the month. Currently that number stands at 1900. He’s since had to revise his goal to reach 2000 by the end of the month. Here’s the PAFOA Facebook page, so if you’re on Facebook, go become a fan and help embarrass the Pennsylvania gun control groups.

11 Responses to “Grassroots on the Gun Issue”

  1. Stephen says:

    I’m one of the fans of the “Heeding God’s Call” group. I joined to be part of the loyal opposition, but since I’m sure I’ll get banned or whatever I’m waiting until they get a decent number of members.

    Looks like I’ll be waiting a good long while …

  2. Mike w. says:

    Thanks for the heads up on PAFOA. I just joined.

  3. Dixie says:

    Only 80 left ’til 2000 members.

  4. Ian Argent says:

    Down to 55 remaining now that I pushed the button

  5. John Smith says:

    “Heeding God’s Call.” Sounds like something Jim Jones came up with.

  6. Hartley says:

    3 more and they made it!

  7. Rwilson452 says:

    Over the top.

  8. Mopar says:

    Hope ya don’t mind if I pimp a Connecticut pro-gun org’s facebook group? The Connecticut Citizens Defense League (www.ccdl.us) also has a facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=63321754119

    Currently there are 491 members.

  9. Thank you to everyone who helped push us over the top! Gun owners never cease to amaze me in their enthusiasm for liberty.

  10. Sebastian says:

    Pimp away, Mopar

  11. Dixie says:

    Sounds like something Jim Jones came up with.

    Well, they HAVE drank the Kool-Aid.

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