Colorado Democrats Experience Major Fall Out Over Gun Legislation
By Jason Charles
May 29, 2013
A Departure from Representational Government
There are political consequence when elected officials turn their back on representational government and their constituents in an obvious bid to appease the Obama administration and ultimately the UN on gun bans here in the states.
The Kristen Wyatt of the Associated Press writes about the recall efforts in terms of political punishment,
“A handful of Democratic state lawmakers in Colorado face recall petition efforts in what looks to be the first wave of fallout over legislative votes to limit gun rights. In an era in which recall efforts are booming, from governor’s offices down to town councils and school boards, the Colorado efforts will serve as the first test of gun-rights groups’ ability to punish elected officials who expanded gun control laws after last year’s Aurora, Colo., and Newtown, Conn., shooting massacres.”
The Obama administration in an effort to enforce the little publized, yet newly passed UN Small Arms Treaty as unpopular Gun Bans here in the states has utilized the Democrat Party as a vehicle at the state and local level to push massive amounts of legislation through legislative bodies. This we now know is the diabolical work around on our the 2nd Amendment, Constitutional Right to Bear Arms in favor of international law the Democrates have been braggin has been coming down the pipe for some time.
Legislation to implement full gun registries, ban semi-automatic rifles and hand guns, ban high capacity magazines, and private transfers and sells of fire-arms have all made it’s way through legislative bodies with varying degrees of of success.
Un-Constitutional and Un-Enforceable