"Nowhere within the literature of this group was there any indication that there would be campaigns against members of Congress, particularly around issues that were not related to illegal guns," Lozeau said in a statement provided to U.S. News.Anyone who's ever listened to a thing that Bloomie's said should have known though. I've gotten a member to drop out, it can be done.
"I said, 'Wait a minute, I don't want to be part of something like that,'" Lozeau told the Union Leader on Monday."I told them, 'You're Mayors Against Illegal Guns, you're not mayors for gun control,'"
This is what MAIG had to say:
"Mayors have occasionally chosen to leave the coalition, but our growth has always far outpaced the number of mayors who have departed," the organization said in a statement provided to U.S. News.Well sure they have, they've used the resources (ie tax dollars/employees) of numerous cities to push for its 'growth'.