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Governor election Nov 2014 - Where Does Wolf Stand
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FOAC created this hand one page informational hand out on to warn other gun owners to the threat that Tom Wolf represents a clear danger to your firearm rights IF elected as governor, Do Your part to make sure that doesn't happen

Candidate Tom Wolf
2nd Amendment Rights – Where Does Wolf Stand


anti-gun lobbyist often complain the PA is anomaly in north eastern US, as they efforts for more hard core gun control in the keystone state seems to have not gotten any traction since the mid 1990’s after FOAC started working with other coalition groups through PA to fight against.

Now that much gun control has passed into law in all the states that surround PA except for the west (NY,NJ,MD,DL) they feel empowered. All of those anti-gun resources can now and are be redirected to PA as they “hope to change” PA to pass more common sense disarmament laws.

More gun control laws that only effect those that obey the laws (not applicable to repeat violent criminals that don't care, till they are caught and that is IF they are even used to lock them up max time)

Gun owner just don't know the clear and present real danger Tom Wolf represents to gun owners till they get educated with a FOAC handout.

Watch as the election day draws closer, Wolf will cleverly come out in public statements courting gun owners to vote for the Wolf that can trusted to look after the sheep’s best interest DON'T Believe the lie read his own word with more controlled firearms ownership laws.
note Wolf opposed any measures supported by CeaseFirePA, but he gave vague or qualified answers on some questions..

http://www.ceasefirepa.org/2014report/

Wolf will claim like lots of Anti-gun politicians often do that they “support the 2nd Amendment” whatever that definition of “support” really means in reality.

DO your part download that one page FOAC hand out to expose Tom Wolf's lies that he support the 2nd amendment and get a copy into gun owners hands so they know the danger WOLF election represents to their firearms rights.

At least with Tom Corbett being re-elected as Governor we won't have to deal with a anti-gun Governor like Wolf agenda will be, Read Wolf's own words in CeaseFirePA questionnaire when Wolf sought out a Gun Control group support to be elected.

NOTE Tom Wolf REFUSED to complete FOAC pro gun questionnaire(s) just as Tom Corbett REFUSED to complete the dedicated anti-gun CeaseFirePA questionnaire


FOAC created this hand one page informational hand out on

SEE FOAC ATTACHMENT, Download and share
http://www.foac-pac.org/


This election for governor isn't about R or D's it what is in the best interest for the future of PA.

Your firearm rights are just a part of that choice, each of you by your actions decide which fork in the road we take.

often I tell politicians " I expect politicians waste tax money and ask for more, I can always work extra hard to make up the loss in money. When you take away firearm rights I can't get them back, it gone so I will fight you over this issue, so will many others"

BETER GET INVOLVED or get ready to deal with the Unintended Consequences.


http://www.mcall.com/news/local/mc-c...2.story?page=1

Quote:New poll: Corbett finds few fans among fundamentalists, gun owners

Corbett lacks support among fundamentalists, gun owners


HARRISBURG — A new poll suggests that Republican Gov. Tom Corbett doesn't have the backing of groups considered some of his party's staunchest supporters.

Thirty-four percent of fundamentalist or born-again Christians said they would vote for Tom Wolf, Corbett's Democratic challenger, compared with 32 percent for Corbett, according to a poll by Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster.

Wolf has a 7-point lead among gun owners: 41 percent to Corbett's 34 percent. Twenty-four percent of gun owners and 33 percent of Christian fundamentalists said they were undecided.

"These are stunning numbers," said Ben Melusky, an instructor of political science at Gettysburg College. "The far right is saying they're going to vote for Wolf."



Corbett still has a leg up on Wolf in his own party, according to the poll. Fifty-five percent of Republicans said they would vote for Corbett, while 19 percent said they favor Wolf.

The governor also holds the support of voters who identify themselves as conservative, with 52 percent saying they would vote for him compared with 14 percent for Wolf.

"There's no anti-Tom Corbett movement among people who are conservative, who are center-right," said Jeff Coleman, a former Republican state representative who now works for Churchill Strategies, a conservative consulting firm.

Conservative leaders said gun owners and born-again and fundamentalist Christians who say they'll vote for Wolf are doing so to show their frustration with Corbett over issues close to their heart: gun control and same-sex marriage.

Kim Stolfer, president of the pro-gun Firearms Owners Against Crime, said some conservatives assume Corbett can write and pass legislation on his own. When state policy upsets them, they blame the governor.

"Gun owners are unfairly targeting Tom Corbett instead of attributing the problem to the House and Senate," Stolfer said.


He noted that initiatives his group supports have run out of steam in the Legislature. They include a plan to switch from a state to a federal system for background checks, a proposal to bar municipalities from passing their own gun ordinances, and a bill that would require Pennsylvania law enforcement to recognize concealed carry permits.

Meanwhile, Stolfer said, Wolf has expressed support for assault weapons bans and allowing cities and towns to pass their own gun laws. Stolfer said that when he tells gun owners about Wolf's positions on these issues, they change their mind about voting for him.

"An informed gun owner will vote against Tom Wolf 100 percent of the time," Stolfer said

"Tom has always said he supports the Second Amendment," said Jeffrey Sheridan, Wolf's campaign manager. Sheridan also noted that Wolf is from Mount Wolf in central Pennsylvania "where hunting is important."

Diane Gramley, president of the American Family Association of Pennsylvania, said some of the state's conservatives are frustrated with Corbett over his decision not to fight a federal judge's ruling that Pennsylvania's same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional. (Corbett said at the time that he opposed same-sex marriage on moral grounds but thought the state had a weak case.)

Still, Gramley said Wolf, whose stances on reproductive issues and same-sex marriage are more liberal than Corbett's, will be a tough sell to conservative Christians.

"I don't believe conservatives will go with Tom Wolf because they know his positions on moral issues," Gramley said. "They are diametrically opposed to what most social conservatives believe."

From June 23-29, researchers surveyed 502 registered Pennsylvania voters — 85 percent of whom said they voted in the last gubernatorial election — late last month. The poll had a sampling error of plus or minus 4.4 percentage points.

The Franklin & Marshall poll suggests 47 percent of Pennsylvania voters will cast their votes for Wolf, compared with 25 percent who said they'll vote to re-elect Corbett. Wolf's lead has stoked Democrats' expectations that Corbett will be the first Pennsylvania governor in more than 40 years not to win re-election.

"When I look at his polling numbers, I wonder if [Corbett] even has a pulse, let alone if he can get re-elected," said Michael Bronstein, a consultant based in Bryn Mawr who advises Democrats running for office.


Franklin & Marshall poll director G. Terry Madonna said he thinks Corbett looks weak to voters because he has come up short on key pieces of his fiscal agenda despite Republican majorities in the state House and Senate.

A pension reform proposal he publicly backed as a revenue-saving measure hasn't made it out of the House. The Legislature hasn't passed his proposal to privatize the state's liquor stores.

Corbett campaign spokesman Billy Pitman said the state's revenue deficit and other financial problems date to Corbett's Democratic predecessor, Ed Rendell.

"The situation he inherited, he had to make tough decisions," Pitman said.


Madonna said Wolf's 22-point lead could narrow as the general election approaches in November and conservative voters revert to their party. But he doubts this will make a difference in the final results from the voting booth.

"It's not a question of voters coming home," Madonna said. "A certain number of voters will come home, but not 22 percent of voters."

Gideon Bradshaw is a Capitol intern with the Pennsylvania Legislative Correspondents' Association.

CORBETT-WOLF RACE

How fundamentalist Christians and gun owners say they will vote in the gubernatorial race between incumbent Republican Tom Corbett and Democrat Tom Wolf.

•Fundamentalists who say they will vote for Wolf: 34 percent

•Fundamentalists who say they will vote for Tom Corbett: 32 percent

•Gun owners who say they will vote for Wolf: 41 percent

•Gun owners who say they will vote for Corbett: 34 percent

Source: Franklin & Marshall College Poll, June 23-29
SEE FOAC ATTACHMENT


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White Feather, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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Ack. I saw my first "Wolf" bumper sticker today - on one of my client's cars.

It's a Prius, so forget about "educating" them.
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And with Kane as the AG, it will be like O'Malley and Gansler, in MD. Might as well throw all of your weapons in the Susquehanna, now. New "common sense" gun laws will get passed. The first one will be: "If you own a gun, you lack common sense, turn it in before we take it or heavily regulate the use thereof". You wait, like all liberal law makers they will divide and conquer, first telling the FUDDS they won't touch their rifles and shotguns, so they will go back to sleep. Pretty soon you'll be facing "good gun, bad gun" laws, teaching you common sense on which weapon to purchase, magazine capacity legislation, extended registration waiting periods, ballistics fingerprinting, no concealed carry... All in the name of common sense. You have no further than Maryland to see this in action. Baltimore is one of the murderous cities in America. They now colloquially call it "Bodymore, Murderland".
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Emptymag;150131 Wrote:Ack. I saw my first "Wolf" bumper sticker today - on one of my client's cars.

It's a Prius, so forget about "educating" them.

Can't always judge the Prius drivers... I've seen one in my area with a bumper sticker that said "I'd rather be hunting"
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(07-25-2014, 07:06 AM)bigdawgbeav Wrote:
Emptymag;150131 Wrote:Ack. I saw my first "Wolf" bumper sticker today - on one of my client's cars.

It's a Prius, so forget about "educating" them.

Can't always judge the Prius drivers... I've seen one in my area with a bumper sticker that said "I'd rather be hunting"

Yes, that would be one of the FUDDS that will sell out pro gun legislation as soon as the libs swear they won't touch his rifle or shotty.
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DeadEye;150180 Wrote:
(07-25-2014, 07:06 AM)bigdawgbeav Wrote: Can't always judge the Prius drivers... I've seen one in my area with a bumper sticker that said "I'd rather be hunting"

Yes, that would be one of the FUDDS that will sell out pro gun legislation as soon as the libs swear they won't touch his rifle or shotty.

Exactly!!!
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Were screwed!Confused I just got back from the store and was behind a Prius that had a Obama 2016 sticker on it. WTF is that person thinking?
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Better start asking yourselves how we're going to deal with this commie because he's likely going to win.
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God's Country;150214 Wrote:Better start asking yourselves how we're going to deal with this commie because he's likely going to win.
Do not comply. Resist if need be. Blow shit up like Bill Ayres and then get a cushy job as a college professor or start looking into Texas.Ninja
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1 well placed shot would do the trick
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