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Old 03-23-2013, 08:37 PM   #1
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Default Rally Fatigue

Is anyone else getting a little rally fatigue? There have just been so many rallies aimed at protecting our rights lately. I'd like to go to all of them but there just isn't the time. I've noticed that the crowds are getting a little smaller. I think this is partly because there are so many rallies going on on the same day, or within a few days of others.

Those that are planning rallies against gun ban bills, pro second amendment, etc, check the calendars of other organizations, float dates and locations in the community. These grass roots efforts are great, but you don't want to cannibalize one event to promote another. If there is a rally 60 miles down the road, instead of having one local, putting your group's efforts into a carpool or caravan would be a better idea.

Just my 2 I'm not going to stop going, I'd just rather go to bigger more organized rallies that have the greater chance of being heard.


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