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I'm glad that they are trying to maintain their momentum from the Recall and apply it to repealing their stupid new state laws!
 

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Godspeed.
 

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Awesome, I wish them the best of luck. A lot of states could take a lesson from the way Colorado is handling this.
 

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I doubt these laws will be repealed. The recall is a very small victory and, unfortunately, a court challenge is probably their only hope now. I have a bud in Colorado and he is leaving the state as soon as possible.
 

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Yeah RAJB, everybody shoud RUN, run children run!!! Staying and fighting is futile! is that your mantra, seems like it.
I have a Bud in New York, and like me, he is standing his ground! I bet the Vol's are real glad to have you.
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Anyone leaving these states in trouble is just giving the state a better chance of staying in trouble. But that's ok. Don't stay and fight. It's easier to leave and then cry when they make it to whatever state you moved to.
 

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I doubt these laws will be repealed. The recall is a very small victory and, unfortunately, a court challenge is probably their only hope now. I have a bud in Colorado and he is leaving the state as soon as possible.
I completely disagree. The recall is a huge victory especially considering the amount of money thrown at it from the left and the typical lefty voter fraud that seems to now be expected and accepted as norm... I say BS, they are traitors. Great American patriots in Colorado stood up and said no more. They are fighting the good fight at the state level that needs to take place nationally. Every post you make is negative and I get the feeling you are batting for the other side.
Colorado is taking back their state!
 

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I doubt these laws will be repealed. The recall is a very small victory and, unfortunately, a court challenge is probably their only hope now. I have a bud in Colorado and he is leaving the state as soon as possible.
Yeah yeah.....you come into every thread and ramble off the same "I doubt anything will be repealed" speech. It's getting old.
 

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Awesome, I wish them the best of luck. A lot of states could take a lesson from the way Colorado is handling this.
The only difference is recall elections are legal in Colorado. Here in NY our hands are tied.
 

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Once a quitter, always a quitter. Thank God for the ignore button.

I doubt these laws will be repealed. The recall is a very small victory and, unfortunately, a court challenge is probably their only hope now. I have a bud in Colorado and he is leaving the state as soon as possible.
 

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I doubt these laws will be repealed. The recall is a very small victory and, unfortunately, a court challenge is probably their only hope now. I have a bud in Colorado and he is leaving the state as soon as possible.
Raj, how much does the government pay you to be a shill and spread negativity? are times really that tough that you had to resort to becoming a shill?
 

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Yeah RAJB, everybody shoud RUN, run children run!!! Staying and fighting is futile! is that your mantra, seems like it.
I have a Bud in New York, and like me, he is standing his ground! I bet the Vol's are real glad to have you.
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Did someone say someone could use a blanket party in Tenn.
 

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Keep the momentum going.
 

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Anyone leaving these states in trouble is just giving the state a better chance of staying in trouble. But that's ok. Don't stay and fight. It's easier to leave and then cry when they make it to whatever state you moved to.
I believe that depends on which state you are talking about. For instance, why should a gun owner stay in a state like NY or CA, where the voices of tens of thousands of gun owners are completely drowned out? In a case like CO, where it is a close balance, the best thing would probably be for gun owners to relocate from states like NY and CA to CO where we could make a difference.

Which is the better option - to stay and fight a battle which you are certain to lose, or to join forces in a close battle where you could tip the balance in favor of gun rights?
 

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I doubt these laws will be repealed. The recall is a very small victory and, unfortunately, a court challenge is probably their only hope now. I have a bud in Colorado and he is leaving the state as soon as possible.
If you're not part of the solution then you are part of the problem. Guess which part YOU are ?
 

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I doubt these laws will be repealed. The recall is a very small victory and, unfortunately, a court challenge is probably their only hope now. I have a bud in Colorado and he is leaving the state as soon as possible.
It's a shame your friend is leaving there. Unlike NY, where the courts are our best bet, Colorado is very much a swing state with a huge number of independent voters. The unpopular magazine capacity limit has a real shot at being repealed. The second largest city in the state, Colorado Springs, is a city with a strong libertarian streak. Also, all NFA items are still legal in CO.
 

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I doubt these laws will be repealed. The recall is a very small victory and, unfortunately, a court challenge is probably their only hope now. I have a bud in Colorado and he is leaving the state as soon as possible.
Man, you really are a cancer.
 
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