The good news of the day, especially if you love ‘Merica, guns, freedom, and Liberty.
Two Democrat state senators in Colorado have been recalled and replaced with pro-second amendment Republicans.
Senate President John Morse and Pueblo senator Angela Giron were instrumental in the passage of stricter gun regulations in Colorado. Restriction which have already prompted some gun-related businesses to pack their bags and head for more gun-friendly states that won’t infringe on their ability to do business.
Despite the fact that both senators came from majority Democrat districts, both were given the boot for their anti-gun record.
Which makes me think that Texas state Senator Wendy “Abortion Barbie” Davis is even dumber than her fake blonde hair would imply. According to the far-left (and huge fans of Abortion Barbie) Texas Tribune, Davis is likely to add tougher gun restrictions to her campaign agenda if (when) she decides to run for Governor:
But this is Texas, where licensed gun toters are allowed to bypass the metal detectors at the state Capitol and the sitting governor once shot a coyote to death while jogging. Ann Richards, the last Democratic governor, found out the hard way that getting between Texans and their guns can be politically dangerous. She opposed concealed handgun legislation and vetoed a referendum on it, handing George W. Bush a great campaign issue in 1994. Texans got a concealed carry law in Bush’s first session as governor.
Despite the risks, Davis, known for waging sometimes lonely political battles, has not been afraid to pick a fight over guns — in particular over gun shows.
As a member of the Fort Worth City Council, Davis tried to impose restrictions on guns shows held at municipal facilities. She wanted to ensure that people were buying from licensed dealers or otherwise faced background checks.
This is great news. Instead of getting beat by a mere 8 pts in the race for Governor, she’s looking to get trounced by 15 pts instead.