Flying the torch of liberty. Go Gigi!!!
Our event on this issue was an emotional, cathartic and deeply personal evening which gave Long Islanders a chance to speak out against the un-constitutionally passed law. Numerous LI'ers came up and spoke their minds to the 'representatives' who were supposed to go into office upholding the ideals that the voters who put them in there wanted protected, but instead, bent to fear, intimidation and accepted criminality under the banner of 'a crisis'.
New Yorkers have had enough and Long Islanders are joining the many groups across this great state to show that we will no longer let The Empire State fall victim to the arbiters of Socialism, Fascism & Corpratism, all in the name of 'keeping the people safe', when all of the research shows that in areas where this is greater ownership of firearms by law abiding citizen crime goes down, not up.
Our rights are too important to leave in the hands of those that will throw them away in the interest of 'safety' and 'crisis' and it is time for us to stand up and say 'No More!!!'. This great evening was only a start and shall not be unique. We will no longer remain silent; we will no longer 'vote with our feet' and go to where our rights are better protected. This is the United States of America and EVERY inch of it is dedicated to the preservation and protection of our rights, not just a few solitary parts of it. If we do not stand up now, then when will we? Stand up, speak out and ACT! It's the only thing that has ever preserved freedom and it's the only thing that ever will.
Now, for all of you who couldn't be there, here is a video of the night made by close friend SAVE: Long Island Danny Panzella of TruthSquadTV. Please go to his site and support his great work in the name of freedom as he came to us to help us expand our tireless work. Enjoy.
On Wednesday, April 3, 2013, SAVE: Long Island will be holding a forum in which the recently passed NY Safe Act will be discussed. We have formally invited the following Long Island, NY Assembly and Senate members to this special evening to discuss their vote for the legislation.
This is a non-partisan event and members from all parties have been invited. Take this time to ask questions and concerns you may have about this particular piece of legislation and how it may affect you.
Please RSVP at our Meetup.com sight (click here) so we know how many to expect. You may not be allowed in if you do not RSVP on this event page as the room does have a limited seating capacity.
Event begins at 6:00. We can not guarantee that all the members of Assembly and Senate that have been invited will attend (which probably would not say very much for them).
Press has been invited as well.
Assembly Invitations have been sent to: (Listed by District) 1st Fred Thiele Jr. 2nd Dan Losquadro 3rd Edward Hennessey 4th Steve Englebright 5th Al Graf 6th Phil Ramos 7th Andrew Gabarino 8th Michael Fitzpatrick 9th Joseph Saladino 10th Chad Lupinacci 11th Robert Sweeney 12th Andrew Raia 13th Charles Lavine 14th David Mcdonough 15th Michael Montesano 16th Michelle Schimel 17th Tom McKevitt 18th Earlene Hooper 19th Edward Ra 20th Harvey Weisenberg 21st Brian Curran 22nd Michaelle Solages
Senators 1st Kenneth P. LaValle 2nd John Flanagan 3rd Lee. M. Zeldin 4th Phil Boyle 5th Carl L. Marcellino 6th Kemp Hannon 7th Jack M. Martins 8th Charles Fuschillo Jr. 9th Dean Skelos
Please be here for this event as it is time for Long Islanders, many of whom are furious over not just the legislation itself, but how it was passed seemingly in the dead of night.
Since Hurricane Sandy's landing, we on Long Island are still recovering from its aftermath. Many on LI are still without power and many others are even without a home. Our hearts go out to all of those that have suffered and are still suffering from Sandy's aftermath and we will continue to keep those of you still suffering in our prayers. Now, as you all know the event we had scheduled for November was cancelled due to the nor'easter which swept in on the night of the event and covered Long Island in snow. That event will be rescheduled, likely in January if not February, so, don't worry those of you who were looking forward to seeing the presentation we had planned for that night as you will still see it.