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Fellow Patriot, If the gun grabbers have their way, this will be the last email you get from me. The gun control crowd is pushing a national scheme to abolish the Second Amendment by gutting the First Amendment. If they succeed, it will be ILLEGAL for groups like the National Association for Gun Rights to mention a candidate’s name before any election. How in the world are we to expose a politician’s anti-gun record without mentioning their name? Possibly even more troubling are their plans to force groups like NAGR to turn over a list of their contributors. This would open up many generous Second Amendment supporters to political “retribution” from anti-gun politicians, resulting in a disastrous chilling effect on all political speech.Let me make this clear: we will never under any circumstances roll over and give a heavy handed government bureaucrat your name. But this has been the subject of numerous unconstitutional laws pushed across the country. Rest assured, your National Association for Gun Rights has been fighting a number of these anti-free speech laws in court, but these fights are very expensive. Just this year we have found ourselves in expensive court battles in Colorado and Montana, and we have taken a big hit on our funds in these battles. For that reason, I need your help to decide how to proceed . . . With the general election, a lame duck session of congress, and perhaps a Hillary Clinton presidency, money will get tight. So I am looking for your input on where we should focus our resources moving forward.I hope I can count on you to click here and tell me which of the following options your National Association for Gun Rights should pursue: OPTION #1: Should I suspend all activities ahead of the November 8 election in hopes we can live to fight another day and magically avoid the legal attacks, which are very likely already in the works? Frankly, it’s so late in the game, I’d likely have to be forced at gun point to even consider it -- especially with everything on the line in 2016. OPTION #2: Should I continue with the National Association for Gun Rights’ plans to go “all-in” during these last few critical weeks -- and just allow the legal chips to fall where they may? This virtually guarantees a legal assault, which I won’t have money to combat. Frankly, it’s digging our grave! OPTION #3: Do I continue with all election year plans while preparing a massive legal counter-attack for the moment the gun grabbers’ assaults start? There’s no doubt this is our best option “on paper.” But as I explained, there are no guarantees. Not only that, but it just won’t be possible without a massive influx of funds. If you choose “OPTION #3,” as I hope you will, please understand what that means. Running our full election year, and lame duck program, along with continuing our current legal battles, will be expensive. And quite frankly, won’t be possible unless NAGR supporters donate generously enough to fund this program. So please consider making a contribution of $100 when you fill out your Legal Directive. I know I’m asking a lot; it’s more than you’ve ever given before. But continuing our full program is absolutely vital to the future of our First and Second Amendment rights. But if that just isn’t possible for you right now, I understand. But please at least consider giving $25 or even $10. I will make sure that no matter what you give, it will be used judiciously in the most effective way possible. With our rights at stake, there isn’t a moment to lose. Thanks in advance for your support, Fellow Patriot.For Freedom, Dudley Brown President National Association for Gun Rights Second AmendmentFirst AmendmentLitigation
Fellow Patriot,

If the gun grabbers have their way, this will be the last email you get from me.

The gun control crowd is pushing a national scheme to abolish the Second Amendment by gutting the First Amendment.

If they succeed, it will be ILLEGAL for groups like the National Association for Gun Rights to mention a candidate’s name before any election.

How in the world are we to expose a politician’s anti-gun record without mentioning their name?

Possibly even more troubling are their plans to force groups like NAGR to turn over a list of their contributors.

This would open up many generous Second Amendment supporters to political “retribution” from anti-gun politicians, resulting in a disastrous chilling effect on all political speech.

Let me make this clear: we will never under any circumstances roll over and give a heavy handed government bureaucrat your name.

But this has been the subject of numerous unconstitutional laws pushed across the country.

Rest assured, your National Association for Gun Rights has been fighting a number of these anti-free speech laws in court, but these fights are very expensive.

Just this year we have found ourselves in expensive court battles in Colorado and Montana, and we have taken a big hit on our funds in these battles.

For that reason, I need your help to decide how to proceed . . .

With the general election, a lame duck session of congress, and perhaps a Hillary Clinton presidency, money will get tight.

So I am looking for your input on where we should focus our resources moving forward.

I hope I can count on you to click here and tell me which of the following options your National Association for Gun Rights should pursue:

OPTION #1: Should I suspend all activities ahead of the November 8 election in hopes we can live to fight another day and magically avoid the legal attacks, which are very likely already in the works?

Frankly, it’s so late in the game, I’d likely have to be forced at gun point to even consider it -- especially with everything on the line in 2016.

OPTION #2: Should I continue with the National Association for Gun Rights’ plans to go “all-in” during these last few critical weeks -- and just allow the legal chips to fall where they may?

This virtually guarantees a legal assault, which I won’t have money to combat. Frankly, it’s digging our grave!

OPTION #3: Do I continue with all election year plans while preparing a massive legal counter-attack for the moment the gun grabbers’ assaults start?

There’s no doubt this is our best option “on paper.” But as I explained, there are no guarantees.

Not only that, but it just won’t be possible without a massive influx of funds.

If you choose “OPTION #3,” as I hope you will, please understand what that means.

Running our full election year, and lame duck program, along with continuing our current legal battles, will be expensive.

And quite frankly, won’t be possible unless NAGR supporters donate generously enough to fund this program.

So please consider making a contribution of $100 when you fill out your Legal Directive.

I know I’m asking a lot; it’s more than you’ve ever given before.

But continuing our full program is absolutely vital to the future of our First and Second Amendment rights.

But if that just isn’t possible for you right now, I understand.

But please at least consider giving $25 or even $10.

I will make sure that no matter what you give, it will be used judiciously in the most effective way possible.

With our rights at stake, there isn’t a moment to lose.

Thanks in advance for your support, Fellow Patriot.

For Freedom,

Dudley Brown
President
National Association for Gun Rights

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