Tag Archive: Gun Laws

Feb 17

“Myopicy” My What???

OK – I made up the word.  I couldn’t come up with a word to describe some of the myopic viewpoints of our Congresspeople.  I’m traveling the early part of the week hence the early posting.   My Colorado Representatives: “Myopicy” – not a word according to our dictionaries, but how else does one say …

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Jun 20

The Senate’s Knees Have to be Hurting

Liberal knee jerking at it’s best (or worst, depending upon your point of view.)  In the best federal legislative manner Senator Feinstein wants to add knee jerk gun legislation to a House appropriations bill – holding government agency’s funding hostage to liberal overreaction.  What leadership!!!   Dear Colorado Senators Bennet & Gardner: I would guess …

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Feb 10

Using laws we already have – what an idea!

“Comprehensive” is, in fact, a really nebulous   (indistinct, vague) term – perhaps that is why “Comprehensive” is such a popular adjective with our politicians.  Nothing works better than a term that is so well defined – using indistinct and vague terms – when it comes to describing something that is way better left, well, not …

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Nov 03

It’s About What You Haven’t Done!

Occasionally one of my Senators or my Representative (or their staff) actually responds to my many pointed works. Of course the response frequently has little if anything to do with the original subject.  Such was a letter I recently received from my Colorado Senator Michael Bennet.  My response to his response is shown here.   …

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Apr 14

“They shoot horses, don’t they?”

It is very difficult to get some animals’ attention.  Politicians are certainly no exception.  Comparatively speaking you would think politicians might be more attentive than our bovine or equine friends.  Sometimes I wonder. This letter has gone today to both my Senators, Udall (D-CO) and Bennet (D-CO).  Sometimes I wonder why…   Senators Udall and …

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Apr 09

Important National Issues? What’s REALLY important?

Our President flies about in his big airplane campaigning for ‘Gun Control’ laws that will affect only law abiding citizens because criminals and murders don’t care.  Minority groups tell me we need ‘Comprehensive’ immigration reform when what we really need is secure borders.  But beyond both of these real issues there are paramount problems facing …

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Mar 27

Defining the Indefinable – only in Congress…

My Senator Michael Bennet sent me – oops, he’s out of the office working with us constituents this week – his staff sent me an e-mail (‘form’ e-mail) today responding to one of my letters or e-mails regarding ‘gun legislation’. It’s interesting how much more ‘personal’ correspondence I receive from my Washington DC elected representatives …

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Mar 18

“…shall not be infringed.” – well, maybe …

We’ve got states like Colorado putting unenforceable ‘firearms-related legislation’ into their books while states like Idaho put laws into place that if the federal government passes restrictive gun laws – the state will not honor them.   What a country, “…one nation, under God, indivisible…” To my Senators this date:   Dear Senators Udall & Bennet: …

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Mar 09

Just exactly how is this Legislation going to help?

A deviation this week hence the early posting. If you have followed the Senate Insanity here in Colorado (it’s one way to make the national news) then you may know that five of the seven “firearms-related legislation” (I love that reach to not say ‘gun control’) passed the Colorado Senate late, late (we had our …

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Feb 24

The End of Motherhood and Apple Pie – among other things…

Administration playing golf and skiing.  All of Congress on another vacation (Ooops – I mean constituent work week) and all things good and wonderful will immediately end if Sequestration is allowed to go into effect.  Are we in trouble or WHAT? Colorado Democrat Senators Udall and Bennet catch it this week: Dear Senators Udall & …

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