Skip to comments.Colorado: Senate President Morse Steps On Dem Gun Control Message (Dem)
Posted on 02/04/2013 5:11:42 PM PST by Red Steel
In an interview with CBS4last week, Senate President John Morse (D-Colo. Springs) proclaimed his belief that additional background checks and a ban on high capacity magazines would do little to limit gun violence, stepping on a key message coming from supporters of gun control in his own party.
Read More: The Colorado Observer.com
The left is on the march. Descent is not allowed.
A Rat that makes any kind of sense at all. Quick, put him in the Smithsonian.
HaHa. Or ‘dissent’. Spell check tried to make it ‘dessert’ before i flubbed it. Of course , dessert is not allowed in Michelle’s America, either.
Rats have survival instincts. He cannot be counted on for most other issues.
Not overly surprised, based on the part of Colorado he represents. Colorado Springs has a LOT of military and ex-military in the area, most of whom loudly and proudly proclaim their pro-2nd Amendment stance.
The big surprise is that a ‘Rat is representing the area!
Dessert make more cents if your name is sandy.
When you elect leftists, “descent” is all you get. Straight down to hell.
It has never been about Assault rifles or High cap magazines.
It has always been about handguns. Assault rifles are just a decoy to try and get their anti-gun foot in the door.
Once they get a ban on AWs then they will use the same reasons to go after handguns.
John Kennedy killed with a 5 shot bolt action rifle.
Charles Whitman, killed 14, wounded 32 others mostly with a bolt action 6mm hunting rifle. Also used a shotgun and an m1 carbine.
Medgar Evers, shot with a 5 shot 1917 bolt action Enfield rifle.
Martin Luther King, shot with a 4 shot Remington 760 pump action Gamemaster rifle.
Bobby Kennedy with a .22 Iver Johnson Cadet revolver.
George Wallace wounded with a 5 shot Charter Arms .38spl revolver.
Howard Johnsons shooter killed nine, wounded thirteen with a 4 shot RUGER .44 mag Deerslayer rifle.
Gerald Ford attacked with a 7 shot 1911 semi auto.
Edmond OK post office with two National Guard 7 shot 1911 pistols.
Ronald Reagan and Jim Brady with an RG-14 .22 revolver.
What do they all have in common? NONE over 7 rounds, yet after each one came a cry of panic to ban all of them.
Just like after 9/11 came the cries that we must “close the gun show loophole” and ban hi-powered rifles... Because that’ll keep those terrorists from flying planes into buildings
“The left is on the march. Descent is not allowed.”
A lesion to the Red L states; beware Blue State refugees relocating to your state. So many kalifornians have relocated to Colorado that its now become polluted by their vile, foul, nefarious Maxist thoughts. Do everything possible to keep them out. I’m a Texian, live in Texas. Do you hear me Texas? Put the Texas National Guard on the Red River!
Indeed. Liberals constitute a hugh and series lesion, probably incurable.
We Okies are with you folks down there in Baja Oklahoma all the way. We'll handle the northern border ourselves.
The Texas National Guard would be better stationed over there on the Sabine...
And after the April 1995 bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, the Los Angeles Times ran an editorial entitled, “So Now Do You Want Gun Control?”
***So many kalifornians have relocated to Colorado that its now become polluted by their vile, foul, nefarious Maxist thoughts.****
Forty years ago I lived in SW Colorado. The most popular bumper sticker was DON’T CALIFORNICATE COLORADO!.
Well, it has been now.
We Okies are with you folks down there in Baja Oklahoma all the way. We’ll handle the northern border ourselves.
The Texas National Guard would be better stationed over there on the Sabine...”
LOL :) yep, guess you’re right. Lets go with your suggestion :)
True, true. Descent is also appropriate.
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