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Brady Campaign Against DISCLOSE

They pretty much say it:

I strongly urge House members to reflect deeply upon whom it is they are supposed to represent and protect, and oppose this tarnished legislation. I urge every American who wishes to be heard on the most important issues of our time to contact Congressional leaders and urge them to stop this proposal.

You know, I actually agree with the Brady Campaign on this, and will contact my reps and ask them to oppose the DISCLOSE act, as it stands. But I would note that the Bradys had no position on this legislation until it was no longer going to chain their opponents. I welcome them to the party, but view their interest in this opposition as entirely self-serving, or they would have been on the record sooner.

5 Responses to “Brady Campaign Against DISCLOSE”

  1. Greg B says:

    I can see exactly why they would be against it, especially since the brady bunch is disclosing their entire email list to anyone who has enough cash…

    http://lists.nextmark.com/market?page=order/online/datacard&id=163065

  2. Heather from AK says:

    Well duh, they want to be able to charge people for the lists. ;)

  3. Dixie says:

    But I would note that the Bradys had no position on this legislation until it was no longer going to chain their opponents.

    The mice are disappointed the cat isn’t going to be belled.

  4. You know, I actually agree with the Brady Campaign on this, and will contact my reps and ask them to oppose the DISCLOSE act, as it stands.

    Because it’s so much easier to be against the Brady Campaign than it is to tell the NRA they fucked up.

  5. Sebastian says:

    I’m not afraid to tell the NRA when I think they fuck up. Witness here. But I don’t think this was a fuck up. Just because NRA got an exemption from the bill doesn’t mean I’m backing it’s passage. It’s still a bad bill. But it’s a bad bill for reasons other than Second Amendment advocacy.

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