Dec
09

Brian Zimmerman

 

Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2011 11:49 PM
To: Brian Zimmerman
Subject: Re: Your Vote (reply)

 
—– Original Message —–
From: Brian Zimmerman
To: ‘GORDON’
Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2011 11:09 PM
Subject: RE: Your Vote

Hello Gordon,The best way to answer your question would be to say that I am a member of several shooting associations.Yes I do know about the LnP’s actual voting regarding the new bill, and they did not actually cross the floor as the LNP’s intention was to always approve it.If you want to chat about issues and concerns for the Gaven electorate or Queensland for that matter, please do not hesitate to call me on Ph 0411 179 364.Kind Regards
Brian Zimmerman
 
 
Thank you Brian, your comments have been passed on.
Brian this is an extract from comment  by Rob Harrold, Shooters Union: http://www.foaa.com.au/latest-news/
‘To explain, as a general rule, when a vote is taken in Parliament, it’s by show of hands and it’s so quick that nobody knows who voted for what. When a division is called, the vote is taken much more graphically. If the bill is presented by the government, those who wish to vote FOR the bill cross the floor to the government’s side of the House. Those who wish to vote AGAINST the bill cross the floor to the opposition’s side of the House. If there are 5 or more to vote against the bill, the names are recorded in Handsard. This is the process that occurred when the Weapons Act was originally voted in and when registration was voted for as well. On that occasion (1996), the only one who voted against the bill was Liz Cunningham.
Last Tuesday, there were six who voted against the bill: the Independents Liz Cunningham, Dorothy Pratt, Rob Messenger and Chris Foley and the two Katter’s Australian Party members Aiden McLindon and Shane Knuth.
Whilst some of the opposition spoke during the debate, ALL of them crossed the floor to vote with the government – again! Only those six stood up for shooters.’
So I’m not sure about the floor crossing procedure- but it certainly seems that no LNP stood against it despite their supposed protests.
Hence we are looking for a candidate that will stick up for his constituents if he says he will!!

Dec
09

Albert Page KAP Waterford

—– Original Message —–
From: Albert Page
To: GORDON
Sent: Monday, December 05, 2011 7:35 AM
Subject: RE: Your Vote

Hi Gordon,
 
1. Yes
2. Yes
3. Yes
4. Yes
5. No
6. Yes
 
Merry Christmas.
 
Albert Page
Katters Australian Party Candidate for Waterford

From: GORDON [norfy@gcmanors.com]
Sent: Wednesday, 23 November 2011 1:38 PM
To: Stephen Beck; Lachlan Bensted; Justin Bowman; Kevin Brown; Damian Byrnes; Gordon Dale; Ashley Dodd; Steve Ensby; Dean Fisher; Brendan Fitzgerald; munding burra; Ray Grigg; Shane Guley; Darren Hunt; Bob Jarvis; Robbie Katter; Brandt King; Jeff Knuth; Mark Maguire; John Mathison; Peter McCambridge; Graeme Moorhouse; David Neuendorf; Albert Page; Peter Pyke; Ron Wadforth; Matthew Smith; Lindsay Temple; Steve Todeschini; Margaret Waterman
Subject: Your Vote

Dear  Candidate or Serving Member of the House of Representatives.
Dear Sir or/ Madam
I  Name ………Gordon Northcott……………………………           ……JP/C.Dec………………………
Address……G.C.Manors Highland Park   4211……………………………..             ………………………….
 would like to know your feelings on firearms legislation, to gauge the support that I  could give to your name and could expect in the future if your are elected. I, and my friends and club members, will direct their votes accordingly  to your response in the forth coming  State Elections.
We appreciate you do not have a lot of time to devote to this as you will be busy campaigning, in the New Year. So could you please just tick , or cross, or type Yes or No accordingly. Reply by mail to the above address or just click the Reply button.  We will score them and send them to the FOAA s website where they will be displayed on a page, advising their members how to vote. If at any future time you wish to change your answers just alter and send back and we will amend the score accordingly.
1. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to own and use firearms for sport, tools of trade, pest eradication, collecting  and hunting?
Yes / No
 
 2. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to save lives, by defending their own lives and the lives of their families and friends with firearms?
Yes / No
 
 3. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to hunt introduced species in Queensland State Forests and Crown land?
Yes / No
 
 4. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to hunt introduced species in Queensland with Hand Guns?
Yes / No
 
 5. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have a Long Arms Registry imposed on them ?     (Which costs the Queensland tax payers millions, employs 155 full time staff, and thousand of police hours in every police stations in Queensland, and costs the shooter $30. every time he changes a firearm and has to wait sometimes 11 months to have the paperwork returned to him, during that time he cannot use the property he owns. We all believe Governments, cannot make it work, it solves no crimes, it does not save a life so it should be scrapped)
Yes / No
 
 6. Over the last twenty year Queensland politicians have followed the ‘Wrong’ principle of collectively punishing the law abiding, property owners, (that property being firearms) by prohibiting or registering that property and ignored the policing and prosecuting of the individual wrong doers. As no serious attempts by police are made to protect the community, crime increases and instead of addressing the real problem parliament again attacks the innocent property owners and prohibits even more property. This principle is immoral and should be reversed not compounded. Will you continue and support these prohibitive Acts of legislation?
Yes / No
 
 We will score the questions at 10 points per question, recommended Candidates will have 60 points.
Firearm Ownership Defines the Quality of Individual Freedom.
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Nov
30

Mark Maguire KAP Maroochydore

 

 

 

Score is 50  out of a possible 60.

Check answer 5 is a Yes, to agree with Long Arm Registration he could have made a mistake but its up to Mr Maguire to clarify that one. ron.

From: Mark Maguire [mailto:maroochydore@ausparty.org.au]
Sent: Monday, 28 November 2011 10:15 AM

To: Albert
Subject: RE: Your feelings on firearms legislation

 

Hello Albert Yes to 1-5 and no to 6
Regards,   Mark Maguire
Katter’s Australian Party Candidate for Maroochydore
Ph: 0402 121 828
Email:     maroochydore@ausparty.org.auWebsite: www.ausparty.org.au

 

Dear  Candidate or Serving Member of the House of Representatives.
Dear Sir or/ Madam

I  Name ……………………………………           ……………………………
Address…………………………………..             ………………………….

 would like to know your feelings on firearms legislation, to gauge the support that I  could give to your name and could expect in the future if your are elected. I, and my friends and club members, will direct their votes accordingly  to your response in the forth coming  State Elections.

We appreciate you do not have a lot of time to devote to this as you will be busy campaigning, in the New Year. So could you please just tick , or cross, or type Yes or No accordingly. Reply by mail to the above address or just click the Reply button.  We will score them and send them to the FOAA s website where they will be displayed on a page, advising their members how to vote. If at any future time you wish to change your answers just alter and send back and we will amend the score accordingly.

1. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to own and use firearms for sport, tools of trade, pest eradication, collecting  and hunting?
Yes / No

 

 2. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to save lives, by defending their own lives and the lives of their families and friends with firearms?
Yes / No

 

 3. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to hunt introduced species in Queensland State Forests and Crown land?
Yes / No

 

 4. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to hunt introduced species in Queensland with Hand Guns?
Yes / No

 

 5. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have a Long Arms Registry imposed on them ?     (Which costs the Queensland tax payers millions, employs 155 full time staff, and thousand of police hours in every police stations in Queensland, and costs the shooter $30. every time he changes a firearm and has to wait sometimes 11 months to have the paperwork returned to him, during that time he cannot use the property he owns. We all believe Governments, cannot make it work, it solves no crimes, it does not save a life so it should be scrapped)
Yes / No

 

 6. Over the last twenty year Queensland politicians have followed the ‘Wrong’ principle of collectively punishing the law abiding, property owners, (that property being firearms) by prohibiting or registering that property and ignored the policing and prosecuting of the individual wrong doers. As no serious attempts by police are made to protect the community, crime increases and instead of addressing the real problem parliament again attacks the innocent property owners and prohibits even more property. This principle is immoral and should be reversed not compounded. Will you continue and support these prohibitive Acts of legislation?

Yes / No

 

 We will score the questions at 10 points per question, recommended Candidates will have 60 points

Nov
30

Evan Moorehead MP Waterford

Score ZERO  Two false YES  not not score as he put proviso’s with them and his voting for shooters Human rights is deplorable. ron

—– Original Message —–
From: Waterford Electorate Office
To: Leonce
Sent: Monday, November 28, 2011 5:41 PM
Subject: RE: Please respond to this email re Gun Rights for Queenslanders

Not happy with Evan Moorhead. Leonce.  Evan Moorhead also includes false information by the use of  the words “passed”  with “support from……..most independents”. Where from Hansard 6 independents voted against the Weapons Bill and the only independent that voted with Labour and the LNP for the Bill was Peter Wellingtion MP, who has disgraced the reputation of independents on many occasions. It seems he is a Labour man who finds it easier to be elected under the name  on Independent. ron

 
 Thanks for the chance to respond. The Weapons legislation passed Parliament last sitting week with support from the LNP and most independents.
 
1. Yes, but that right should not be unlimited.
2. Yes, provided the use of firearms is necessary for self-defence.
3. No.
4. No.
5. Yes. I don’t agree with your description of the weapons registration regime.
6. The premise of the question is not correct. The allegations are not true. I support weapons legislation.
 
Kind regards
 
Evan
 
Evan Moorhead MP
Member for Waterford
Ph: 07 3200 3477
Fax: 07 3200 3499
waterford@parliament.qld.gov.au

Nov
30

Darrin Hunt KAP Cairns

Score 50 out of a possible 60. His proviso’s do not help him get the support that he requires for a full score. ron

It would appear that Darren Hunt does support a Firearms Registration system but not in its present form.  See response to Q5.

From: Zoe Giannopoulos
Sent: Monday, November 28, 2011 12:26 PM
To: owenguns@spiderweb.com.au

Jim my response to your questions as below-
Q.1 yes
Q.2 Yes
Q.3 Yes
Q.4 Yes
Q.5 I do not support the registry in it’s current format. The permit to acquire system in particular is in urgent need of overhaul. A law abiding, licensed user with that category/class of firearm on their licence should be able to purchase the firearm on presentation of their licence and details recorded/forwarded at point of sale. I believe a register does provide protection to lawful, law abiding users but the current model is flawed.
Q.6 No, as in Q.5 the current system is flawed.
Hope this helps.
Darren Hunt
Candidate for Cairns
P.O Box 614 Bungalow
Mob. 0429897561
E-Mail Cairns@ausparty.org.au
Blog: https://djhunt4cairns.blogspot.com/
twitter: https://twitter.com/djhunt4cairns

Nov
30

Dorothy Pratt MLA Member for Nanango

Dorothy has a good record of voting against prohibitive Gun Laws, but as yet as not answered a a questionnaire so we cannot give her a score as yet. 

Dear Madam,
 
I would just like to congratulate you on you NO vote to the Weapons Act amendments, which were voted on in Qld. Parliament on the 15th of this month.  You showed courage and you showed contempt for the legislation which further restricts our already eroded freedoms.  We can only pray that you retain your seat at the upcoming election and I will be doing my little bit to let people know what your position is.
 
Regards,
 
A. B. Trehearn

The following responses were sent to me;

Thank you for your kind comment.

Val Wicks
Electorate Officer
On behalf of Dorothy Pratt MLA
Independent Member for Nanango
Toll Free 1800 816 261 (in electorate only)
Ph 07 41621381
Web: http://pratt-mp.webs.com

 

 

 

Nov
30

Karen Struthers MP Member for Algester.

No answers tot he Questionnaire so no score, as yet.

No response from Karen Struthers other than what is written below

Dear Mr Trehearn
Thank you for your email to Karen Struthers’ Algester Electorate Office.  Your email will be considered as soon as possible.

Yours sincerely

Shelley Flores
Electorate Officer for
Karen Struthers MP
Member for Algester
t 3278 9257    f 3278 9203
e algester@parliament.qld.gov.au
 

Nov
26

Steve Ensby KAP candidate Callide

Score zero  No reply to questions

 

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: Steve Ensby <callide@ausparty.org.au>
Date: 23 November 2011 18:07
Subject: RE: Your Stance on weapons legislation
To: Brett

Hi Brett,
 
Thanks for your email! We have a big job ahead to move Queensland in the right direction. I think you would like the Australia party and I encourage you to become a member and give a hand where possible.
 
Regards,
Steve Ensby
Katter’s Australian Party candidate – CALLIDE – QLD
0427 373 065
callide@ausparty.org.au
www.ausparty.org.au
Twitter  @SteveEnsby

From: Brett

Sent: Tuesday, 22 November 2011 1:00 PM

To: Stephen Beck; Lachlan Bensted; Justin Bowman; Kevin Brown; Damian Byrnes; Gordon Dale; Ashley Dodd; Steve Ensby; Dean Fisher; Brendan Fitzgerald; munding burra; Ray Grigg; Shane Guley; Darren Hunt; Bob Jarvis; Robbie Katter; Brandt King; Jeff Knuth; Mark Maguire; John Mathison; Peter McCambridge; Graeme Moorhouse; David Neuendorf; Albert Page; Peter Pyke; Ron Wadforth; Matthew Smith; Lindsay Temple; Steve Todeschini; Margaret Waterman
Subject: Your Stance on weapons legislation

 Dear  Candidate or Serving Member of the House of Representatives.
Dear Sir or/ Madam
I , Brett

…………………………………..             ………………………….
 would like to know your feelings on firearms legislation, to gauge the support that I  could give to your name and could expect in the future if your are elected. I, and my friends and club members, will direct their votes accordingly  to your response in the forth coming  State Elections.
We appreciate you do not have a lot of time to devote to this as you will be busy campaigning, in the New Year. So could you please just tick , or cross, or type Yes or No accordingly. Reply by mail to the above address or just click the Reply button.  We will score them and send them to the FOAA s website where they will be displayed on a page, advising their members how to vote. If at any future time you wish to change your answers just alter and send back and we will amend the score accordingly.
1. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to own and use firearms for sport, tools of trade, pest eradication, collecting  and hunting?
Yes / No
 
 2. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to save lives, by defending their own lives and the lives of their families and friends with firearms?
Yes / No
 
 3. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to hunt introduced species in Queensland State Forests and Crown land?
Yes / No
 
 4. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to hunt introduced species in Queensland with Hand Guns?
Yes / No
 
 5. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have a Long Arms Registry imposed on them ?     (Which costs the Queensland tax payers millions, employs 155 full time staff, and thousand of police hours in every police stations in Queensland, and costs the shooter $30. every time he changes a firearm and has to wait sometimes 11 months to have the paperwork returned to him, during that time he cannot use the property he owns. We all believe Governments, cannot make it work, it solves no crimes, it does not save a life so it should be scrapped)
Yes / No
 
 6. Over the last twenty year Queensland politicians have followed the ‘Wrong’ principle of collectively punishing the law abiding, property owners, (that property being firearms) by prohibiting or registering that property and ignored the policing and prosecuting of the individual wrong doers. As no serious attempts by police are made to protect the community, crime increases and instead of addressing the real problem parliament again attacks the innocent property owners and prohibits even more property. This principle is immoral and should be reversed not compounded. Will you continue and support these prohibitive Acts of legislation?
Yes / No
 
 We will score the questions at 10 points per question, recommended Candidates will have 60 points.
Firearm Ownership Defines the Quality of Individual Freedom.

Steve Again Refuses to Anwer Questions from Another Member of the FOAA.

to: GORDON
Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2011 6:13 PM
Subject: RE: Your Vote

Hi Gordon,
 
Great to get your email! The Australian party is made up of hard working individuals but, we can’t do it all ourselves! I encourage you to become a member and help out if at all possible.
 
Regards,
Steve Ensby
Katter’s Australian Party candidate – CALLIDE – QLD
0427 373 065
callide@ausparty.org.au
www.ausparty.org.au
Twitter  @SteveEnsby
 (Note: questionnaire unanswered)
 
Replied:
Sure Steve,- and we all now look forward to you answering our questionnaire so that we can understand YOUR OWN views on this particular issue!
 Gordon.

 

 

Nov
26

Darren Hunt candidate for Cairns

Still won’t answer Q5.  Obviously supports firearm registration.  Paddy Puts it well

 

Dear Paddy
 
Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2012 11:57 AM
To:
Hi Ron,
I sent off your suggested email when you sent it out to me @ subscribed addy) before xmas & never got one reply…funny that!
 
Just got your newsletter & fired this off to the KAP hopefuls in my district. Got an immediate reply from D Hunt which follows…interesting to see that SSAA (almost useless bastards…in my opinion & I’ve been a member for around 30 years) support & fund KAP.
 
This dribble is typical Pollie speak. Sez SFA.
 
Keep up the good work.
 
cheers
Paddy.
 
Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2012 11:32 AM
To:
Subject: RE: Your reply is appreciated
 
Hi Paddy,
As the candidate in your electorate I am more than happy to put my point of view forward. I would also welcome the opportunity to meet with your members/friends/associates in any location face to face and explain my/our party position. Our party is financially and publicly supported by the SSAA. The official policy for release is currently being finalised as we speak, but Bob Katter has made our position very clear on where we stand in relation to law abiding Australians entitled to own and use firearms. Bob has made our position very clear on the right of law abiding citizens to use firearms to protect and defend themselves and their loved ones who’s lives are in danger from attack from animals, whether they have four legs or two, wings or scales.
 
 
I was introduced to firearms from a young age. With a family of cane farmers we used firearms to disperse birds, that would destroy cane paddocks, as well as feral pigs.
I have hunted feral animals using firearms and dogs/knives.
I have used firearms to protect other farmers stock from attacks from feral animals when I was with the Queensland police.
I have used firearms in my duties when I was with the Qld police as well as at firearms ranges in the Cairns and surrounding areas.
 
The changes I would like to see are greater penalties for people who use firearms illegally such as in armed robberies, as opposed to minor breaches for the sake of breaches, and targetting them as opposed to grouping all responsible/law abiding firearms owners in the one group.
I would like to see a streamlining of the ridiculous “Permit to acquire” system.
I would like to see real time updates from coutrts that allow dealers and suppliers to be able to check immediately if a person has been disqualified from holding a firearm licence so that responsible owners are not impacted by the actions of the irresponsible.
I would like to see if you can be licensed for a class of weapon why do you have to go through the dramas to buy another one in the same category. There’s no limit whether you own 1 or 100. You should be able to show your licence, dealer checks it’s current and for class being purchased, serial number sent by computer to weapons licensing.new owner signs book he/she received it.DONE!
 
I hope this helps. Please feel free to give me a call on the number below if you require any details or would liek to meet up.
Regards
DJ
 
Darren Hunt
Candidate for Cairns
P.O Box 614 Bungalow
Mob. 0429897561
Blog: twitter: Cairns@ausparty.org.au
Blog: https://djhunt4cairns.blogspot.com/
twitter: https://twitter.com/djhunt4cairns
 

From: Albert

Sent: Tuesday, 22 November 2011 8:15 PM
To: Darren Hunt

Subject: FW: Your feelings on firearms legislation

 

Darren many thanks for your prompt reply, re Question 5,
 
 prior to the Port Arthur massacre in the mid 1990’s Qld had a very relaxed attitude to Firearms I remember purchasing my first rifle ,a .22 and walking down a crowded George street Brisbane with it barely wrapped in brown paper no one took a bit of notice. There was no gun registry then and after it was introduced what did it do, just let the authorities know who had registered sporting equipment. The Criminals in our community still had firearms but did not register them so the police where none the wiser. This act merely made it more difficult and costly for the sensible law abiding citizen to go about enjoying their pastime and did nothing to curb the criminal use of firearms. I believe the costly monster called the Weapons registry should be done away with. Failing that, the permit to acquire system requires a good overall to economically allow sensible law abiding citizens to acquire and use their sporting equipment without impediment as long as they do not upset or endanger other members of the community.
 
I trust this answers you query?
 
regards Albert.

 

From: Darren Hunt [mailto:cairns@ausparty.org.au]
Sent: Tuesday, 22 November 2011 7:02 PM

To: Albert

Subject: RE: Your feelings on firearms legislation

 

Albert,
In order to answer this honestly, in relation Q.5 are you advocating for their to be no register of ownership of firearms at all or is the issue with the current hopeless permit to acquire system we have to endure in Qld?
 
Darren Hunt
Candidate for Cairns
P.O Box 614 Bungalow
Mob. 0429897561
E-Mail Cairns@ausparty.org.au
Blog: https://djhunt4cairns.blogspot.com/
twitter: https://twitter.com/djhunt4cairns
 

From: Albert

Sent: Monday, 21 November 2011 3:49 PM

To: Stephen Beck; Lachlan Bensted; Justin Bowman; Kevin Brown; Damian Byrnes; Gordon Dale; Ashley Dodd; Steve Ensby; Dean Fisher; Brendan Fitzgerald; munding burra; Ray Grigg; Shane Guley; Darren Hunt; Bob Jarvis; Robbie Katter; Brandt King; Jeff Knuth; Mark Maguire; John Mathison; Peter McCambridge; Graeme Moorhouse; David Neuendorf; Albert Page; Peter Pyke; Ron Wadforth; Matthew Smith; Lindsay Temple; Steve Todeschini; Ron Wadforth; Margaret Waterman
Subject: Your feelings on firearms legislation

 

Firearm Ownership Defines the Quality of Individual Freedom.
 
Firearm Owners ‘Hundreds of Thousand of them are Waiting for Answers. Dear  Candidate or Serving Member of the House of Representatives.
Dear Sir or/ Madam
I  Name …………Albert…………………………      Address  QLD……………..             ………4507………………….
 would like to know your feelings on firearms legislation, to gauge the support that I  could give to your name and could expect in the future if your are elected. I, and my friends and club members, will direct their votes accordingly  to your response in the forth coming  State Elections.
We appreciate you do not have a lot of time to devote to this as you will be busy campaigning, in the New Year. So could you please just tick , or cross, or type Yes or No accordingly. Reply by mail to the above address or just click the Reply button.  We will score them and send them to the FOAA s website where they will be displayed on a page, advising their members how to vote. If at any future time you wish to change your answers just alter and send back and we will amend the score accordingly.
1. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to own and use firearms for sport, tools of trade, pest eradication, collecting  and hunting?
Yes / No
 
 2. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to save lives, by defending their own lives and the lives of their families and friends with firearms?
Yes / No
 
 3. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to hunt introduced species in Queensland State Forests and Crown land?
Yes / No
 
 4. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have the right to hunt introduced species in Queensland with Hand Guns?
Yes / No
 
 5. Do you believe that law abiding citizens of Australia should have a Long Arms Registry imposed on them ?     (Which costs the Queensland tax payers millions, employs 155 full time staff, and thousand of police hours in every police stations in Queensland, and costs the shooter $30. every time he changes a firearm and has to wait sometimes 11 months to have the paperwork returned to him, during that time he cannot use the property he owns. We all believe Governments, cannot make it work, it solves no crimes, it does not save a life so it should be scrapped)
Yes / No
 
 6. Over the last twenty year Queensland politicians have followed the ‘Wrong’ principle of collectively punishing the law abiding, property owners, (that property being firearms) by prohibiting or registering that property and ignored the policing and prosecuting of the individual wrong doers. As no serious attempts by police are made to protect the community, crime increases and instead of addressing the real problem parliament again attacks the innocent property owners and prohibits even more property. This principle is immoral and should be reversed not compounded. Will you continue and support these prohibitive Acts of legislation?
Yes / No
 
 We will score the questions at 10 points per question, recommended Candidates will have 60 points.
Firearm Ownership Defines the Quality of Individual Freedom.
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Nov
26

Aiden McLinden Member for Beaudesert KAP

Aiden has a good record of voting against prohibitive Gun Laws, but as yet as not answered a a questionnaire so we cannot give him a score. 
 

Dear Sir
 
I would just like to congratulate you on you NO vote to the Weapons Act amendments, which were voted on in Qld. Parliament on the 15th of this month.  You showed courage and you showed contempt for the legislation which further restricts our already eroded freedoms.  We can only pray that you retain your seat at the upcoming election and I will be doing my little bit to let people know what your position is.
 
Regards,
 
A. B. Trehearn

The following responses were sent to me;

Dear Mr Trehearn,

Thank you for your email.

I will pass this on to Mr McLindon, who I am sure will be most grateful for your support.

Kind regards

Donna
AEO
Aidan McLindon MP
State Member for Beaudesert
Phone:      07 5546 9611
Toll Free:  1800 813 960
Fax:          07 5546 9961

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: Beaudesert Electorate Office <Beaudesert@parliament.qld.gov.au>
Date: 22 November 2011 16:46
Subject: RE: Weapons Legislation
To: Brett     Hi Brett,
 
Thank you very much for your email. Your contact is appreciated and has been passed to Mr McLindon.
 
Kind regards,
Tristan
Tristan McLindon
Office of Aidan McLindon MP
Member for Beaudesert
PO Box 95 Jimboomba Q 4280
P:(07) 5546 9611 | F:(07) 5546 9961
E: beaudesert@parliament.qld.gov.au

 

From: Brett 
Sent: Tuesday, 22 November 2011 1:04 PM
To: Gladstone Electorate Office; Dalrymple Electorate Office; Dalrymple Charters Electorate Office; Beaudesert Electorate Office; Nanango Electorate Office; Burnett Electorate Office; Maryborough Electorate Office
Subject: Weapons Legislation

Hi
 
Thank you for your sensible and rational approach to the unrealistic and oppresive weapons legislation in this State.
 
Your efforts will not be forgotten
 
Thankyou.
 
Brett