Cribbins & Sweet Snub Second Amendment Supporters Again
The Committee to Preserve the Second Amendment will be having a meeting this Saturday in the North Bend Library, 1800 Sherman in North Bend at 1:00 pm, May 23, 2015 to discuss the progression of the petition to put a Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance on a countywide ballot in September.
At the regular Coos County Board of Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, May 5, the two attending members of the board, Cribbins & Main, agreed to meet with members of the CPSA during a work session. There was supposed to be a discussion on enacting the ordinance through a vote of the board, so the county would have the measure in-place before the state legislature created any more laws limiting the rights of the people to bear arms, especially concerning the background checks bill on private transfers of firearms.
The secretary scheduled the work session for Wednesday, May 13. She sent the notice out to all interested parties a week in advance of the meeting giving ample time for all the commissioners to give notice of any possible absence. Three hours before the meeting it was cancelled by Commissioners Mellissa Cribbins & John Sweet due to a conflict of scheduling. It seems the two commissioners snubbed second amendment supporters again. The first time was when the Board refused to pass a resolution against SB941 back in February. The second snub comes from not keeping their agreement to meet with the organization proving that these two do not care about the concerns of their constituents.
State Senator Arnie Roblan voted in favor of SB941 and he supported the “emergency clause” addendum, which made it impossible for the voters of Oregon to file a Referendum.
Since the people of Coos County have two commissioners and one Senator who does not appreciate their rights, it is time to start talking seriously about recalling all three members of this political elite class and replacing them with representatives who understand their oath of office and duty to uphold the US and Oregon Constitution.
Everyone is invited, particularly those who would like to be actively involved in any recall efforts. It is going to take a wide-range of community support for this type of political maneuver to be successful. Anyone wanting to donate to the cause can send a check or money order to The Committee to Preserve the Second Amendment at PO Box 973, Bandon OR, 97411 and please add your occupation and employers phone number for proper verification. To find out more information go to CoosCountyWatchdog.com, or like our page on Facebook.com/CoosCountySecondAmendmentOrdinance.
High Noon on Sunday, May 31, at the Coos Bay Boardwalk there will be a noncompliance rally to oppose SB941. “I will not Comply with SB941 Rally” Blogger, Mike Vanderbough, of the Sipsey Street Irregulars will be one of many guest speakers. Please bring banners, flags and an attitude that it is time to defend the right that protects all the other rights, The Second Amendment.
Sincerely, Rob Taylor
History of the Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance
OFF ~ The Clown Parade Rolls On
BOC ~ Work Session Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance Wed. May 13, 2015
OFF ~ Gun Registration Bill Passes.
OFF ~ SB941 May NOT Have the Votes ~ Keep Calling & Emailing State Reps
Oregon Senate Passes Ivory Ban with one Republican Turncoat
OFF ~ SB941 GUN GRAB PASSES SENATE Call State Representative Not over Yet
OFF ~ Port Orford To Consider Pro-Gun Resolution Thanks To Councilor Brett Webb
Oregon Senator Cannot Function as a Normal Human Being
Places to Sign the Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance Petition
Action Alert ~ SB041 Heading for Senate Floor Monday April 13, 2015
Open Letter to the State of Oregon Senate Judiciary Committee Opposing SB941
Action Alert ~ Coos County BOC Meeting Discussing SB941 Tuesday April 7, 2015
OFF ~ Gun Registration Bill SB 941Postponed Until Monday for Thatcher Amendment
:Action Alert ~ UNIVERSAL REGISTRATION BILL INTRODUCED!
Important Town Hall for Second Amendment Supporters
County Clerk Approves Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance for Ballot Title
LTE ~ Coos County could take a lesson from the City of Myrtle Point
Second Amendment Preservation Meeting Saturday, March 14, 2015
Second Amendment Victory in Myrtle Point