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Nation's Largest Outdoor Show Falls Apart After No "Modern Sporting Rifles" Policy Implemented

Ginamero Wrote: Jan 25, 2013 7:20 AM
I find this super flakey because Reed changed horses midstream. You can't tell people A. then turn around 4 months before a show and tell them rules have changed and now its X. - I'm glad they chose to give the money back. Do these left nuts realize how many jobs and people are affected by this move? What morons.
Drifter33 Wrote: Jan 25, 2013 8:01 AM
They don't care about "jobs lost" or other such things--it's all about advancing the ideology at ALL costs.

These Reed people seem to be reacting to what they thought was "popular opinion" in the light of the recent flurry of "outrage" fomented by the extreme leftists. Reed thought wrong and alienated the very people they were purporting to be working with--their clients.

Then, rather than realize their mistake and back off, they pushed harder--and LOST. Serves THEM right, but not the vendors who were going to attend. These Reed people are obviously not to be trusted.
Lady Wolverine Wrote: Jan 25, 2013 7:44 AM
Yes, they realize that they haven't met their goal of the number of people dependent on the government needed to make their Cloward & Piven collapse work yet, so they have to double down.

The Harrisburg Eastern Sports & Outdoor Show, the nation's largest annual gathering of sporting outfitters, hunters, sportsman, shooters and others, has been postponed indefinitely after facing massive backlash over a new policy banning the display and sale of "modern sporting rifles." The policy was implemented Monday and just five days later, the show has been cancelled after being scheduled to take place February 2-10 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

"Our original decision not to include certain products in the Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show this year was made in order to preserve the event's historical focus on the hunting and fishing...