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Old 12-16-2013, 05:45 PM   #1
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Default Colorado sheriffs say no to new laws

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/dec/16/colorado-revolt-55-62-sheriffs-refuse-enforce-new-/


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Old 01-03-2014, 12:17 AM   #2
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God Bless those Sheriff's! And I support them 110% It is unconstitutional and if more officers would take a stand the "libertard anti gunners" in Colorado could go smoke dope and go back to California where they probably originally came from!
The Sheriffs have my vote! At least someone in the Country has some kahunas!
As I stated earlier, if I was still in active service I would not enforce them either!
As I also stated "Out of Sight our of Mind"! The politicians can go shove it!

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Humm? I can assure you that not all of the voters in Colorado are from California. They have plenty of home grown Liberals.

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Humm? I can assure you that not all of the voters in Colorado are from California. They have plenty of home grown Liberals.
Not true. I was born there and except for two tours in the Big Green Latrine spent my first 50 years there. The migration from CA was in the 10K+ a month range for MANY years. That is way I elected to leave the state I DID dearly love!
When I left in 99 new DL applications from out of state people, mostly CA, were hitting 30K+ a month. I saw the 'hand writing on the wall' and hit the road for AK.
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Humm. You have been gone a long time. I have seen things change down there dramatically. My Domestic HQ was in Colorado. I spent 40 years seeing things change. Most of their Liberal Leaders were home grown.

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Humm. You have been gone a long time. I have seen things change down there dramatically. My Domestic HQ was in Colorado. I spent 40 years seeing things change. Most of their Liberal Leaders were home grown.
And whom, pray tell, was 'following' those 'leaders???


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