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Colorado Senator to Join Magpul in Abandoning the State if Gun Control Passes

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by CmdrSlander, Feb 18, 2013.

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  1. Grunt

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    Mr. Engineer-man still doesn't have enough money to rent a house from me as long as he's a liberal!
     
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    Yeah but he looks exactly the same as me.
     
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    He might have more hair.....

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    I won the hair lottery vs. my brother
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    Didn't I see something like this in an original Star Trek episode??? Does he have a goatee instead? :D
     
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    Uh....we're talking about Colorado. The Colorado that Bush carried both times, the Colorado that had a Republican governor from '99-'07, who won the largest majority in our history in 2002. We had Republican state senators for a very long time, 4 of our 7 house reps are currently GOP. The state house just went Democrat this year.

    I can point to very valid reasons that Hickenlooper got elected, as well as why Obama carried us this year. Ken Buck only lost the senate race by 1 point in 2010 because the Democrats ran an excellent smear campaign right at the end.

    I've said it before, people here just didn't feel that RKBA was threatened. I'll be shocked if things don't shift dramatically in 2014 & 2016. We've been blue several times in our history, including '92, but went back red after the '94 ban. The state's history in presidential elections has been 12 times Democrat, 22 times Republican and 1 time Independent.

    Times are changing, but Colorado has always been unique. Usually a right-of-center state, but it depends on the candidate and the issues at hand.
     
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    I really doubt that. However, the would lose a lot of respect from a lot of people and some folks probably would refuse to buy from them at that point.

    St George UT and Washington County UT is predominantly conservative. Their elected state and local reps are conservatives. A better example, Park City UT.

    I agree that what you are saying happens. This is why a whole lot of people in UT, ID, MT, etc really don't like Californians moving in.

    And it really isn't very hard to figure out why that is the case now is it? Well I guess not hard for everyone save CA politicians and the folks electing them.
     
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