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Fellow gun owners, this is the final weekend to do all we can to defeat anti-gun Barack Obama.  We need large turnouts of gun owners at rallies in Virginia on Saturday.  Please attend and please where your NRA and/or other pro-gun, pro-sportsmen gear.  Here are the details:

Road to Victory Rally: Saturday November 1st in Newport News, VA with John McCain

What: Road to Victory Rally: Saturday November 1st in Newport News, VA
 
When: November 1, 2008 Doors Open at 7:00 a.m. (you need to arrive early)
 
Where: Christopher Newport University: David Student Union
1 University Place
Newport News , VA23606

Ticket Locations

Yorktown Victory Center
Wittman for Congress Headquarters
632 Hampton Hwy.
Yorktown, VA 23693
(757) 646-1844
Norfolk Victory Headquarters
6204 N. Military Highway, Suite G
Norfolk, VA 23518
(757) 334-0186
Virginia Beach Regional Victory Headquarters
512 S. Independence Blvd. Suite 200
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
(757) 305-9174
Chesapeake Regional Victory Headquarters
124 Battlefield Blvd, South
Chesapeake, VA 23322
(757) 482-1111

Road to Victory Rally: Saturday November 1st in Springfield, VA with John McCain 
What: Road to Victory Rally: Saturday November 1st in Springfield, VA
 
When: November 1, 2008 doors open at 9:00 a.m. (you need to arrive early)
 
Where: Interstate Van Lines
5801 Rolling Road
Springfield , V22152

Ticket Locations

Fairfax County Springfield Victory Center
8136 Old Keene Mill Road
Suite A207
Springfield, VA
703-752-4487
Fairfax Regional Victory Headquarters
4246 Chain Bridge Road
Fairfax, VA
703-766-4467
Loudoun Regional Victory Headquarters
46950 Community Plaza
Unit #201A
Sterling, VA
703-406-0947
Virginia Victory 2008 State Headquarters
1235 S. Clark Street
Arlington, VA
703-955-4255

Prince William Victory Center
4431 Prince William Parkway
Woodbridge, VA
703-680-7388

Western Prince William County Victory Headquarters
7466 Limestone Drive
Gainesville, VA
202-641-8816

Road to Victory Rally: Saturday November 1st in Glen Allen, VA with Sarah Palin

What: Road to Victory Rally: Saturday November 1st in Glen Allen, VA
 
When: November 1, 2008  Doors Open 6:30 p.m. Rally begins at 8:00PM (you need to arrive early)
 
Where: Deep Run High School
4801 Twin Hickory Rd
Glen Allen , VA23059

This will be Governor Palin’s last Virginia rally before Election Day.Tickets are available online or by visiting one of the designated Virginia Victory offices between 9:00am and 9:00 p.m. EDT.

If you have any questions please email virginia@johnmccain.com

Ticket Locations

Richmond Regional Victory Headquarters
*across from Tucker High School
2819 N. Parham Road, Suite 210
Richmond, VA
804-248-6981
Chesterfield Victory Headquarters
9507 Hull Street Road, Suite B
Richmond, VA
804-356-4970
Hanover County Victory Headquarters
9502 Chamberlayne Road, Suite 12
Mechanicsville, VA
202-641-6753
Charlottesville Victory Center
455 Albemarle Square
Charlottesville, VA
434-973-5499

Harrisonburg Regional Victory Headquarters
182 Neff Avenue
Suites 13 and 14
Harrisonburg, VA
540-830-3757

Fredericksburg Regional Victory Headquarters
150 Riverside Parkway, Suite 213
Fredericksburg, VA
540-479-1888
 

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Michelle Malkin has a great post about the current Newsweek issue complete with a photo of Sarah Palin holding a shotgun. Michelle takes the drive-by media to task over their reaction to the photo

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This from the NRA-PVF web site:
  
Fairfax, VA. – The National Rifle Association’s (NRA) Executive Vice President, Wayne LaPierre, and NRA Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) Chairman Chris W. Cox are traveling to Pittsburgh, Pa., Springfield, Mo., Colorado Springs, Colo. and Reno, Nev. today for a series of press conferences endorsing Sen. John McCain and Gov. Sarah Palin for President and Vice President respectively in the November 4 election.
 
“John McCain has more than two decades of pro-gun and pro-hunting votes in Congress. He has stood time and again to preserve our Second Amendment freedom and our rich hunting heritage,” said LaPierre. “Sen. McCain and Gov. Palin have earned the NRA-PVF’s endorsement and we will encourage gun owners, hunters and anyone who values freedom to vote McCain-Palin on November 4.”
 
“NRA members and gun owners will not allow Barack Obama to hide his radical record of opposition to our constitutional rights,” said Cox. “Obama has voted to make self-defense with a firearm in the home illegal, has voted to ban the most commonly owned hunting shotguns, has voted to ban commonly owned hunting ammunition, and has supported a 500% tax increase on guns and ammunition. We will remind voters every single time he pretends that his anti-gun record doesn’t exist.”
 
John McCain voted for the landmark Firearms Owners Protection Act and the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, opposed the failed Clinton Gun Ban, and voted against mandatory waiting periods, national gun registration, and bans on hunting ammunition. He also signed the historic congressional amicus brief in the case of Heller v. District of Columbia, holding that the Second Amendment protects an individual right to keep and bear arms — a brief that Senator Obama refused to sign.
 
Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin is a hunter, gun owner and NRA Life Member. Gov. Palin has been a consistent and outspoken supporter of the constitutional rights of law-abiding gun owners and sportsmen.
Members of the media are invited to attend these significant events. Locations and times of events are as follows:
Pittsburgh, Pa. – 8 A.M. EDT
Radisson Hotel
Pittsburgh Green Tree
101 Radisson Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
 
Springfield, Mo. – 11:15 A.M. CDT
University Plaza Hotel and Convention Center
333 John Q. Hammons Parkway
Springfield, MO 65806
Colorado Springs, Colo. – 2:15 P.M. MDT
Radisson Hotel Colorado Springs
1645 North Newport Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80916
 
Reno, Nev. – 5:30 P.M. PST
Grand Sierra Resort
2500 East 2nd Street
Reno, NV 89595

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NRO’s Jim Geraghty has a quick post about the event here.  Reports put the crowd at 10,000 – 20,000.  This may be based on tickets given away to the event but it continues a trend began on August 29th when McCain announced the choice of Sarah Palin as his running mate.

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You have probably heard that pro-gun Alaska Governor and Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin and Presidential Candidate John McCain are coming to Virginia tomorrow for a campaign rally. While McCain is not perfect on our issue, he is head and shoulders above Senator Barrack Obama and the fact that he chose such a pro-gun running mate makes him stronger.
 
Due to an overwhelming response from Virginia voters, the rally has been moved outdoors to Van Dyke Park, next to Fairfax High School in Fairfax City, Virginia. If you are interested in tickets to this event to have a chance to see this dynamic candidate, you can still obtain tickets online or by visiting one of the Virginia Victory offices today until 9:00 p.m. EDT. Tickets will also be available at Van Dyke Park starting at 7:00am EDT Wednesday morning.

Van Dyke Park is located at: 3730 Old Lee Highway Fairfax, Virginia. Parking is available at Fair City Mall/Turnpike Shopping Center – Intersection of Main Street and Pickett.Shuttles will begin running at 7:45 AM to event site.Doors will open at 8:00 am.

Please see below for ticket locations. Tickets are still available. If you have any questions please email virginia@johnmccain.com or call (703) 297-8900. Tickets can be reserved and printed online.

Click here to RSVP and print your ticket online. If you have a VSSA hat or NRA item, be sure to wear it to show gun owners support for Governor Palin’s addition to the McCain ticket.

Rally Ticket Distribution Sites:
Richmond Regional Victory Headquarters2819 N. Parham Road, Suite 210Richmond, VA 23294(804) 248-6981

Virginia Victory 2008 State Headquarters1235 S. Clark Street, First FloorArlington, VA 22202(703) 955-4255

Chesapeake Regional Victory Headquarters124 Battlefield Blvd, SouthChesapeake, VA 23322(757) 482-1111

Fairfax Regional Victory Headquarters4246 Chain Bridge RoadFairfax, VA 22030(703) 766-4467

Fredericksburg Regional Victory Headquarters150 Riverside Parkway, Suite 213Fredericksburg, VA 22406(540) 479-1888

Harrisonburg Regional Victory Headquarters182 Neff Avenue, Suites 13 and 14Harrisonburg, VA 22801(540) 910-2681

Loudoun Regional Victory Headquarters46950 Community Plaza Unit #201ASterling, VA 20164(703) 340-0702

Prince William GOP Headquarters4431 Prince William ParkwayWoodbridge, VA 22192(703) 680-7388

Roanoke Regional Victory Headquarters3904 Franklin Road SW, Suite E Roanoke, VA 24104(540) 725-7445

Virginia Beach Regional Victory Headquarters512 S. Independence Blvd. Suite 200Virginia Beach, VA 23452(757) 305-9174

Yorktown Wittman for Congress Headquarters632 Hampton Hwy.Yorktown, VA 23693(703) 220-4074

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Boy, did Governor Sarah Palin really hit it out of the ball park last night. I especially liked her talking about her small town roots and her reference to Obama’s “bitter gun owners” comment. There was much to like in the speech however.

The pro-rights community has been excited about this pick since it was announced and many now have enthusiasm where before they were going to vote for McCain simply because Obama is so bad on our issue.

One such person is David Petzal over at The Gun Nut. On Friday after the pick he wrote, “I know very few people, including Republicans, who are enthusiastic about John McCain. He seems to be tolerated only as an alternative to Obama, who is intolerable to gun owners. There I was, prepared to hold back my rising gorge and vote for Old John M. …, and here he comes up with someone that I can actually be enthusiastic about from any number of standpoints, never mind guns and hunting.”

On on the subject of her hunting prowess, Petzal also posted on just what it takes to turn a moose into “moose burgers.”  I’ve never hunted moose (but it is on the list of hunts I hope to take before I leave this world) but could only imagine what it would take because it’s not like you just hike back a little ways into the woods to your tree stand and then drag out your kill after the hunt as I do with whitetail deer.  Petzal says shooting it is the easy part, the field-dressing “takes three people: one to do the actual hacking and slashing, one to push, shove, and hold legs, and one to stand there with a serious rifle waiting for a bear to show up. Packing it out, which takes yet another two people unless one of you is Clark Kent.”

Makes me like Palin even more.

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