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NY State Assemblyman Greg Ball: Who’s Packing in New York?

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NY State Assemblyman Greg Ball: Who’s Packing in New York?

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NYSRPA President Tom King presenting an award to NY Assemblyman Greg Ball with NRA President, John Sigler

Last night I started getting a bunch of traffic to my website from websites like:

www.policeone.com

www.blog.timesunion.com

www.nyshooters.net

www.usacarry.net

www.nyfirearms.com

www.thetruthaboutguns.com

After some digging, I realized that someone created a website — http://www.whospackingny.com/ — which redirects to my article about NY State Assemblyman Greg Ball being accused of taking money from charity for his 2005 campaign, and fondling that poor waitress a few weeks ago in her husband’s own bar!

Tom King, President, NYS Rifle & Pistol Association posted the link on the Times-Union website. Surely, he would have known it was linked to my website before he posted it. Could this be a typo that so many people are making?? Why would someone seemingly close to Ball do such a thing? Perhaps the original website with a listing of New York State gun owners was forced down, and the website decided to have their site redirect to embarrass NY State Assemblyman Ball? Here is a link to a cached version of the http://www.whospackingny.com website.

I just hope this isn’t some covert way of Greg Ball putting a hit out on me. I really don’t want to come home to find a dead goat in front of my door!  I’m not sure what’s going on up there in the State of New York, but wanted to share.


– Miss A

P.S. Glock, if you’re looking for a spokes model for your Pink Glock, I’m your girl! I’m a big supporter of the Second Amendment, and pink is my color! I’m hitting the gun owner demographic these days! Call me!

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In 2008, I launched AskMissA.com which grew from my personal blog into a site with 700 writers, covering the intersection of charity & lifestyle in 20 U.S. cities. With Charity + Life, I am going back to a personal blog where I can share my favorite things, and continue to shine a light on nonprofits, and cause marketing campaigns to inspire others to give as they live.

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