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Posted on 03/24/2013 2:58:13 PM PDT by Colorado Doug
Recall Mike McLachlan
Official grievance against Mike McLachlan:
"Representative McLachlan campaigned as a defender of the 2nd Amendment.
Yet he said on the House floor I believe there is no doubt that the overwhelming support of the people that were there were opposed to any restriction whatsoever . No constitutional right, not even the 2nd Amendment is absolute. He voted for these bills despite acknowledging overwhelming opposition to these bills from his constituency.
Representative McLachlan campaigned to be a representative that carries Southwest Colorados common sense values to our State legislature."
Instead he introduced a 15 round magazine limit, an arbitrary number that is neither standard nor common on any production rifle and which infringes on the right of Coloradans to effectively defend themselves.
Representative McLachlan has betrayed the trust of his constituents, his oath to uphold the 2nd Amendment and the rights of gun owners by voting YES on gun control measures in both the Judiciary Committee and the House of representatives. He has blatantly refused to carry out the acknowledged desires of the overwhelming number of the very people he was elected to represent.
He has failed to represent the values and opinions of the citizens of the 59th District and should be recalled from service."
3/20/13 - Petition redelivered with necessary changes, awaiting certification.
3/5/13 - Petition delivered to Secretary of State for certification.
Yes, of course. The Democrat way.
Interestingly, California recalled Gov Davis over his signing an increase for car licenses. But then we got Schwartsendipsh*t who turned out just as bad. We wanted the conservative McClintock, but got some stupid Hollywood jerk. Still, the fact that CA was tired of increasing fees and sent Davis packing gives some hope for Colorado residents.
>>California recalled Gov Davis over his signing an increase for car licenses.
If I remember correctly, the reason Davis got dumped is because some chem company paid him $$ to allow them to dump chemicals illegally.