a) Massacres in Colorado, many killed by guns;Damn, two years ago the Dems tried and failed to recall the Republican governor of Wisconsin but now the Repubs have successfully recall at least ONE Democrat legislature in Colorado. 2014 looks to be a BIG Republican year!
Colo. senate president loses recall over gun laws
COLLEEN SLEVIN 1 hour ago
DENVER (AP) The leader of the Colorado state senate lost his job in the state's first ever legislative recall Tuesday and a second Democratic lawmaker challenged over her support for stricter gun laws after last year's mass shootings also appeared in trouble in a race seen as a measure of popular support for gun legislation.
Senate President John Morse faced a tough election in the Republican stronghold of Colorado Springs, where he won re-election by just a few hundred votes in 2010.
"We as the Democratic party will continue to fight," Morse told supporters in Colorado Springs as he conceded the race.
With 94 percent of the projected vote counted, voters in Colorado Springs favored recalling Morse by 51 percent to 49 percent.
b) Leader of Colorado state senate advocates stricter gun control laws;
c) Leader of senate loses job;
d) Stricter gun control laws unlikely to pass;
e)Conclusion : Anyone with a driver's licence can continue buying and owning guns, as many as they want, no problem;
f) Massacres can continue unabated. Rogue believes unbalanced people should be put away. This way, they can't buy guns. Rogue fails to tell us how a gun seller can tell if a gun buyer is sane of mind. I suppose, he could ask if purchaser is a birther. That should disqualify anyone. If Rogue had his way, fully 25% of the population would be incarcerated;
g) Rogue and his birther friends who think innocent people, including children, are shot to death, is not big deal, cheer the defeat of the president of the senate's bill and his recall;
h) Rogue and his birther friends grab a flag, wave it and fire their guns in the air.