If you're into petitions then here's one for ya:
Petition to reject renewal of Feinstein-Schumer Gun Control Act
"A citizen petition to affirm the Second Amendment to our Constitution, requesting that the President, our Representatives and Senators reject legislation to renew the 1994 Clinton-Feinstein-Schumer gun-control law scheduled to sunset in September of 2004.
To President George Bush, Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert and Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist:
We, the people of these United States, rightfully petition our President, House of Representatives and Senate in affirmation of the Second Amendment to our Constitution, and request that you reject legislation to renew the 1994 Clinton-Feinstein-Schumer gun-control law scheduled to sunset in September of 2004.
Though House Majority Leader Tom DeLay says "The votes in the House are not there" to renew the measure, Feinstein and Schumer have introduced a bill in the Senate to renew the law, and they will press the House for a roll call vote in the upcoming election year. I am appalled that President Bush has reiterated his support for this assault on my Constitutional right as a law abiding citizen, to own a semi-automatic rifle for lawful purposes. Feinstein and Schumer even applauded President Bush, saying: "We welcome your support and look forward to working with you to gain swift passage of this legislation. With your assistance, we will be able to pass legislation to continue the ban and help make America's streets safer."
"Safer"? For whom? Such laws claim, ostensibly, to protect law-abiding citizens. Of course, only law-abiding citizens comply with these restrictions -- and at their own peril. Criminals don't care if the weapon they are using comport with the 23,000 federal, state and local gun restrictions already on the books. The Democrat's "incremental encroachment" on the Second Amendment is a thinly-veiled strategy to achieve their ultimate goal of gun confiscation, as Ms. Feinstein made clear after passage of her 1994 legislation: "If I could have gotten 51 votes in the Senate...for an outright ban, picking up every one of them, Mr. and Mrs. America, turn them all in, I would have done it!"
Reject renewal of the 1994 Clinton-Feinstein-Schumer Gun-Control Act!"
Go sign it, & thank Bill St. Clair of End the War on Freedom for a correction on the petition as explained by this excerpt from his blog:
"When I read this last week, I was unwilling to sign it, so I wrote the following letter explaining why:
Subject: AW Ban petition
From: "Bill St. Clair"
Date: Fri, 16 May 2003 14:59:58 -0400
I would sign this petition, but for one word.
"I am appalled that President Bush has reiterated his support for this assault on my Constitutional right as a law abiding citizen, to own a semi- automatic sporting rifle for lawful purposes."
"Sporting" has nothing whatsoever to do with the second amendment. We should never mention it in that context. Strike this one word, and I'll sign your petition. The second amendment exists to ensure that we the people always have the power to defend ourselves from tyrants, especially tyrants in our own government.
-Bill St. Clair
The removed the word "sporting". I signed it."