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Avoiding Recall: Colorado's "You Don't Need a Gun to Prevent Rape" Evie Hudak Resigns

Alan437 Wrote: Nov 27, 2013 3:30 PM
Too little, too late. She took one for "the party", so in the eyes of the Democrat machine, this rather hateful politician will be seen as a team player. Even so, Colorado seems to be returning to the more sane moderate state that it once was, as the far left witnesses the results of their rhetoric and policies coming back to haunt them. A good thing to be sure. 2014 should prove interesting and is of vital importance for both the interests of the State of Colorado and the nation.
kaposvar Wrote: Nov 27, 2013 3:51 PM
She was TERM LIMITED - she's NOT losing much.
gframpton Wrote: Nov 27, 2013 3:50 PM
This is always the way. I once heard a State Senator in Massachusetts talking about the State house. He said that the parking lot was always filled with the cars of the Democrat State senators by 7:30am - they just couldn't wait to get in and start legislating. While the Republicans rolled in at 9:30 or 10am.
Democrats LOVE telling people what to do, while Republicans have the attitude of live and let live as long as somebody doesn't get them riled up.
We need to view liberalism as a snake with multiple heads. The only way to live a peaceful life is to kill the snake and cut off all its heads - otherwise it will keep coming back.
Alan437 Wrote: Nov 27, 2013 4:05 PM
Good point. After Obamacare (the "Affordable" care act) perhaps we need to display signs that remind would be liberals to "Remember how you felt when the government wanted to take *your money*?". So far, that seems the only way to shake some sense into a liberal. ;)