…that’s what they should call themselves. Their agenda is as plain as the nose on their faces.
These anti-gun douche bags are all about control. If the government is the one controlling the guns then guess who else they control after that?
If you are a stooge of government controlling all aspects of your life, then maybe you should move to North Korea. I’m sure they’d love your stupid ass.
No guns, no freedom. Guaranteed.
Manassas, VA –Ammoland.com-
Colorado Senate President John Morse and State Senator Angela Giron are both out of a job as of September 10 2013 when vote-counts showed that recall elections against the pair were successful.
Morse lost in a close race, while Giron was effectively trounced.
The recall effort was initiated by angry GunVoters after the legislature passed, and the Governor signed, a gun control bill which requires almost all private firearm transfers to go through a licensed dealer for background checks, requires gun buyers to pay a fee to the dealer for processing the paperwork, and limits new magazines to no more than 15-rounds.
We were told by Mike Bloomberg and his crew at Mayors Against Illegal Guns that this election was going to prove once and for all that the “gun lobby’s” power is a myth, that politicians who fear the wrath of GunVoters have been conned, and that if politicians will step out in support of gun control, the voters will reward them. Bloomberg wrote a personal check for $350,000 to back up that statement and helped recruit other deep-pockets donors like California gazillionaire, Eli Broad, who kicked in another $200,000, and major DC fundraising fronts that chipped in several hundred thousand more. All told, these individuals and groups contributed the lion’s share of some $3,000,000 the campaigns spent trying to save Morse and Giron – at least 5 times more than the approximately half-million dollars spent by those trying to fire the pair.
Now that the election is over, we hear from the “Media” that the results are relatively meaningless – “just symbolic” – that the only thing proven is that, this time, Republicans succeeded in suppressing the vote, even though more Democrats cast ballots than Republicans did, that Morse and Giron ran poor campaigns, and that the real reason the recalls succeeded was that Colorado voters just don’t like Mike Bloomberg and his money.