A Thank You

This is a guest video post from CCDL President Scott Wilson

Note: Shortly after this was recorded, Unaffiliated candidate for governor Joe Visconti dropped from the race and asked his supporters to vote for CCDL-endorsed candidate Tom Foley. Scott Wilson and the rest of the CCDL Executive Board would like to thank Joe and his supporters for joining with us to defeat anti-gun governor Dannel Malloy.

5 thoughts on “A Thank You

  1. Dear Scott:

    Thanks to the Executive Committee, the members and the supporting public and thanks to our professional supporters, CCDL has and will make a difference Tuesday. We truly have an opportunity, IF WE ALL GET OUT AND VOTE, to rescue our God given rights (the 2nd Amendment and more). GOOD JOB-CCDL. On to victory.

    Gregg R. Nolan

  2. Thank God Joe I think you probably be a better governor but at this point if we do not hang together we will surely hang separately

  3. The person who is governor will not make a difference in our rights. Rights cannot be voted upon my either members of the executive, legislative, or judicial branches of gov’t. All THEY can do is to try to suppress and violate our rights. I certainly hope that Mr. Foley wins and will do my part to insure that the “losers” feel like losers Tuesday nite.

    One can check where to vote here: http://www.sots.ct.gov/sots/cwp/view.asp?a=3172&q=512796

  4. Maybe the new governor cannot enact and get through legislation; he can certainly stop bad legislation or at least make it more difficult with his veto power. I spoke to governor malloy at a town hall meeting and his reply when I stated that if it was me, I would have acted differently on the gun bill .He sighed, shook his head and agreed. Fact is, when there is one party rule, one hand washes the other; if Malloy refused to go along on the gun bill, what would be his chances on his own initiatives in the good old boy network we call Connecticut politics?
    That is why we need Tom Foley. Otherwise we will continue this relentless roll to Distopian Democratic Socialism.

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