Colorado House passes gun bills

Feb 19, 2013 Full story: Politico 15

New ammunition limits and universal background checks passed the Colorado House on Monday, during a second day of emotional debates that has drawn attention from the White House as lawmakers try to address recent mass shootings.

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#1 Feb 19, 2013
Yes, colorado with it's new liberal influence begins its attack on the first and second amendment.
Far Away

Anchorage, AK

#2 Feb 19, 2013
Well, Colorado, you'd better hope you have a few smart Democrats in the Senate to block the new legislation. Otherwise, you will be looking at more death if it does pass. One bill even has clear instructions to nutcases with guns on where they can go to shoot the unarmed en masse.
Cat74

Mchenry, IL

#3 Feb 19, 2013
Some one will challange the gun control laws before the ink dries on the violation of the 2nd amendment bill. All those lawmakers take an oath to uphold the Constitution, then immediately violate that oath if they are Democrats. All the time ythat ass was running for reelection I said he would go for gun control, and I was right,
Bob Lewis

Long Beach, CA

#4 Feb 19, 2013
Colorado should have never let all of those Berkeley freaks settle among them.
So much for the independent spirit and love of freedom than once defined them.
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#6 Feb 20, 2013
au contraire wrote:
Yes, colorado with it's new liberal influence begins its attack on the first and second amendment.
Well, good for Colorado.

And good for solid Republican Wyoming.
They just raised gasoline taxes by 10 cents per gallon.
The most ever at one time.

Raised taxes? Republicans?
What is this world coming to?

Grover Norquist must be having a sh*t hemorrhage by now.
Poor Grover. Someone hose him down.

And no Democrats around to blame either. Well, four or five.
lamer

Hopkins, MN

#7 Feb 20, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
Some one will challange the gun control laws before the ink dries on the violation of the 2nd amendment bill. All those lawmakers take an oath to uphold the Constitution, then immediately violate that oath if they are Democrats. All the time ythat ass was running for reelection I said he would go for gun control, and I was right,
You seem surprised by this yet this is par for the course for both sides. Pass law and see if it holds up in courts. You can use your manufactured outrage to blames dems all you want but your missing 50% of the story.
lamer

Hopkins, MN

#8 Feb 20, 2013
Bob Lewis wrote:
Colorado should have never let all of those Berkeley freaks settle among them.
So much for the independent spirit and love of freedom than once defined them.
Yes, because the state of colorado is going to stop americans from moving into their state much less have the power to do so.

Give me a break...
Bob Lewis

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#9 Feb 20, 2013
lamer wrote:
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Yes, because the state of colorado is going to stop americans from moving into their state much less have the power to do so.
Give me a break...
Of course, you are correct but the infestation of Californ=icating Leftists are like locusts swarming and devouring all in their path. Seattle suffered the same fate as Boulder. SMUG ALERT!!
lamer

Hopkins, MN

#10 Feb 20, 2013
Bob Lewis wrote:
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Of course, you are correct but the infestation of Californ=icating Leftists are like locusts swarming and devouring all in their path. Seattle suffered the same fate as Boulder. SMUG ALERT!!
Yes, cause cali and seattle have been destroyed.. They are compeltely gone now... Over hyping it a little dont you think? Or are you trying to not be taken seriously here?

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#11 Feb 20, 2013
lamer wrote:
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Yes, cause cali and seattle have been destroyed.. They are compeltely gone now... Over hyping it a little dont you think? Or are you trying to not be taken seriously here?
Native Coloradans have been concerned for some time now about the influx of Californians coming into the State. Californians fled to Colorado to avoid high taxes,urban sprawl and too many restrictive laws. So what happens when enough Californians move to Colorado? They start changing the state to resemble the place they fled. Coloradans should have burnt out,beaten up and/or refused to sell to California migrants looking to relocate there....
lamer

Hopkins, MN

#12 Feb 20, 2013
okimar wrote:
<quoted text>Native Coloradans have been concerned for some time now about the influx of Californians coming into the State. Californians fled to Colorado to avoid high taxes,urban sprawl and too many restrictive laws. So what happens when enough Californians move to Colorado? They start changing the state to resemble the place they fled. Coloradans should have burnt out,beaten up and/or refused to sell to California migrants looking to relocate there....
This isnt something that only coloardo is dealing with. And witht he last sentence there, one can only hope they change you for the better as it looks like you need the change.

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#13 Feb 20, 2013
lamer wrote:
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This isnt something that only coloardo is dealing with. And witht he last sentence there, one can only hope they change you for the better as it looks like you need the change.
I'm sure there are many Native Coloradans wishing NOW they'd done something to halt the lemming migration to their state earlier. Texans have taken notice and are starting to ask questions of these newcomers to assertain they aren't pulling a Colorado.....
Cat74

Mchenry, IL

#14 Feb 20, 2013
Which of the Bill of Rights has the Republicans passed laws against? What part of the Constitution? I must have missed those laws. The Democrats vow all the time to unhold the Constitution, then completely ignore it. Hopefully the Republicans can take back the Senate, and keep the House so we can make election fraud a felony. The young, and the stupid won't be so quick to vote 6 times if they know they will see jail time.

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#15 Feb 21, 2013
lamer wrote:
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Yes, because the state of colorado is going to stop americans from moving into their state much less have the power to do so.
Give me a break...
Well for a state that get much of it's income thru tourism and sportsmen, it is playing with fire. Pot won't replace the other revenues.
Bob Lewis

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#16 Feb 22, 2013
lamer wrote:
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Yes, cause cali and seattle have been destroyed.. They are compeltely gone now... Over hyping it a little dont you think? Or are you trying to not be taken seriously here?
Obviously, you know nothing about the pathetic remains of California. Nice weather and rotting from within.

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