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Colorado Hunting Boycott; You Won't Actually Do It And We Don't Want You Anyway!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by CoRoMo, Apr 1, 2013.

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  1. Robert

    Robert Moderator Staff Member

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    Jitterbug, I hope I am right too. Otherwise there will be some decisions to be made.
     
  2. Deanimator

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    Colorado can make any imbecilic decision it wants.

    NOBODY from out of state has one IOTA of duty to FUND it with THEIR money.

    I keep seeing over and over the pathetic inability of some people to grasp that actions have consequences.

    To hear some people talk, you'd think that you should be FORCED to buy Dixie Chicks CDs and hunt in Colorado.

    So, what are the antis (and their fellow travellers) in Colorado going to do if we don't spend money there? Hold their collective breaths until they turn blue and die? I say go for it.
     
  3. CoRoMo

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    It's been done and done well. The Dept. of Tourism has been on the air crying about the falling sky. They've felt the blow and they are worried.
    It is unquestionably evident by their recent actions. Make no mistake, they would never, ever go on radio to plea for "understanding" if they were not convinced that they are virtually doomed.
    Precisely! I thank you for you conviction and principled ways. You are forever invited back once the battle is won.
     
  4. Loosenock

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    Well....the boycott might be in trouble. As I was just coming home the major news radio station was saying that the DOW computers were overloaded. Today is the final day for applying for limited big game and specified GMU area drawings. And the volume of applications have shut down the license computer system.

    If the computers are overloaded it could mean that a "reverse boycott" is happening. I know a liberal co-worker who applied for a bear license every year and never hunted. It was her way of saying she saved a bears life. Maybe the libs are buying limited licenses in support of the new laws.

    We need all the support we can muster.

    Hope it is a false report.

    'loose
     
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    The CDOW servers crashed last night from all the last minute applications. Well they crashed last night, I am not 100% sure of the cause.
     
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