View Full Version : I keep getting emails from the conservatives asking for money.....

12-30-2013, 09:15 PM
....and here's what I keep sending when I hit reply....

I'm not going to BS you, and I'm not going to pull any punches either. Not another DIME or another vote until you fix the firearms act. I am not a criminal and I'm sick of the government and police, specifically the RCMP, treating myself and other gun owners like we are, just because we own firearms. Remember what happened to Kim Campbell and the Conservatives when she turned her back on gun owners.

I'm typically getting one email every day now, from various MP's. Obviously I made the spam list at some point.

12-30-2013, 09:24 PM
Yup, me too. And I send similar replies.

Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk

Mad Hatter
12-30-2013, 09:54 PM
Have't got one yet ;( Last time the Wild Rose Party auto phoned me I sent them a nasty e-mail telling them that I would have them charged with harassment if they did it again. Silence since. But I would love the opportunity to respond to the Conservatives plea for money.

12-31-2013, 03:00 AM
Yup, I got two yesterday. I have a letter in Word and I just copy and paste; then change the name. Maybe they will eventually get the message.


12-31-2013, 06:46 AM
Same here. Emails and phone calls get the same response. I will make another contribution when they start working on keeping their promise.

12-31-2013, 07:56 AM
Try this.


They haven't sent me anything else since then.

12-31-2013, 08:30 AM
I just replied to Mister Walsh, I also asked a bunch of questions I wonder if he will reply.

12-31-2013, 10:04 AM
They were asking for 2 million by tonight. If they did as promised and scrapped C-68 I would think that most every law abiding firearm owner in Canada would hit that donate prompt. Allow me my right to own property without constant harassment and threats and I would make regular contributions to them.

12-31-2013, 12:04 PM
I'm getting 2 emails a day from them.

I gave them $15 for a year long membership + $5 donation, didn't get any e-mail or mail confirmation yet. This was about 3 weeks ago.

Is it normal for them to pocket your money and run? What am I saying... they're politicians.

12-31-2013, 04:10 PM
I'm getting 2 emails a day from them.

I gave them $15 for a year long membership + $5 donation, didn't get any e-mail or mail confirmation yet. This was about 3 weeks ago.

Is it normal for them to pocket your money and run? What am I saying... they're politicians.

It takes a good long while to get your card. Couple months if I remember.

killer kane
12-31-2013, 09:11 PM
We do too, I just keep telling them no money till we see some changes to the F.A.

01-01-2014, 06:56 AM
Repeal c 68 and fire the RCMP in High River watch the cash flow in.

01-02-2014, 09:12 AM
the irony is Turdboy would have a field day.


i've told them twice they want my money do allot of damage to the conditions of life Chretien placed on gun owners specifically designed to try and wipe us from the political and social landscape.

01-03-2014, 07:27 AM
he birth of the Canadian long-gun registry began with the federal Progressive Conservative Party under Prime Minister Kim Campbell. It was the child of former Conservative Senator Nathan Nurgitz, who wrote then Prime Minister Campbell requesting all guns be registered.

May 1990 - Justice Minister Kim Campbell introduces Bill C-80, which improves the FAC screening process, defines safe storage, bans some military weapons and large-capacity magazines, but, notably, does not ban semi-automatic weapons such as the Ruger Mini-14, register firearms, or control the sale of ammunition.
November 1990 - In an almost unprecedented turn of events, because of opposition in Kim Campbell's own Conservative caucus, Bill C-80 fails second reading and is sent to a "Special Committee."
November 1990 - February 1991 - The Special Committee on Bill C-80 conducts hearings.
March 1991 - Parliament prorogues and Bill C-80 dies on the order paper.
April 1991 - The students of Polytechnique and Canadians for Gun Control formally merge to form the Coalition for Gun Control. The Coalition holds its first national press conference in Ottawa with representatives from the Canadian Police Association, Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, the Victims of Polytechnique, the Canadian Criminal Justice Association, and others calling on the Government to reintroduce gun-control legislation.
May 1991 - Justice Minister Kim Campbell unveils Bill C-17, a revised version of Bill C-80. The first witness, the Minister of Justice, argues that the Standing Committee on Justice and the Solicitor General do not need to conduct extensive hearings but should send the bill back to the House of Commons for third reading. Gun organizations push for hearings in an effort to weaken the bill. Gun-control advocates push for hearings in order to strengthen the bill. The National Action Committee on the Status of Women storms the hearings, arguing that women have the right to be heard, and the bill is subsequently sent to the Standing Committee on Justice and the Solicitor General.
May - September 1991 - The Legislative Committee hears witnesses on both sides. This time,the Coalition for Gun Control appears with support from health-care, crime-prevention and other experts. Its position is endorsed by over 50 groups and 5000 individuals. The Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women recommends improvements to the bill to counter problems with guns in domestic violence. Both the Canadian Police Association and Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police advocate registration of all firearms. In response to an advertising campaign by the gun lobby, the Coalition issues a joint statement in support of Bill C-17, with additional measures such as registration of all firearms. The statement is signed by hundreds of community leaders, chiefs of police, and violence-prevention organizations and issued to all MPs and Senators. A campaign by the Coalition lands over 300,000 postcards on MPs' desks, calling for amendments to strengthen the law. The Liberal and NDP parties support the position of the Coalition for Gun Control advocating licensing of firearm owners and registration of firearms.
November 7, 1991 - The House of Commons passes Bill C-17. Members of all four political parties acknowledge the efforts of the Coalition for Gun Control.
November - December 1991 - The Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs reviews the legislation. Priscilla DeVilliers, whose daughter Nina was killed months earlier, and John Bickerstaff, whose son Lee was accidentally killed by a friend playing with his father's service revolver, testify.
December 5, 1991 - Bill C-17 passes Senate. Legal and Constitutional Affairs Chair, Senator Nathan Nurgitz, writes to Justice Minister Kim Campbell advising her to look carefully at the regulations and to registration of all firearms.

Clare also indicated, "The government's own reports show that there are over 600,000 made-in-Ottawa paper criminals whose only "crime" is to have failed to keep ahead of the red tape imposed by the Liberal's Bill C-68, and its predecessor Kim Campbell's Bill C-17 which both added up to make the Firearms Act. The Liberal's went further with the Firearms Act and made these firearm owners instant paper criminals. Bill C-19 won't correct these injustices. There are many other offensive problems with the Firearms Act - problems that have little to do with law and order and a lot to do with trying to change how people live."

...And I would say we can thank Turdo senior as well..Does anyone really supports Gun owners?

01-03-2014, 11:37 AM
[QUOTE]Repeal c 68 and fire the RCMP in High River watch the cash flow in.[QUOTE]
I keep getting emails too twice a day and pretty much tell them this
I pay my taxes on everything just like non gun owners do except my rights are limited by c68 & its fees and restrictions
how does that work?? no answer