Connecticut: the Constitution State, well maybe NOT. Connecticut follows the ‘under cover of darkness’ scheme of New York State and hurriedly passes even more restrictive and oppressive legislation before the citizens have time to protest.
We were introduced to U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette who thinks that magazines are the same as ammunition and disappear after you “shoot them up”. Ms. DeGette also displayed sheer and udder contempt for a senior citizen expressing concerns for his safety by telling him, “You’ll probably be dead anyway.”
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Connecticut Declares War on Gun Owners
Connecticut SB 1160
NY Dad Loses Pistol License Over Son’s Comments
Rep. Diana DeGette tells Senior Citizen “You’ll probably be dead anyway”.
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Just a quick point. Yes this is a clueless politician. But lets be careful ourselves. It’s “utter” not “udder” The former is the correct word, the later is a part of a cow.
MikeDoherty 🙂 seems that both fit, but I digress. I’m sure your meant the “latter” not “later” and touche’.
studentofthegun MikeDoherty You got me. Anyway, she’s an idiot! and I like what you do..keep it up.