13 September 2013

L. Neil Smith: Flyover Country Has Spoken

From L. Neil Smith, Author and JPFO Contributor.
September 11th, 2013.

Angela Giron and John Morse
This is a very happy day for me.

Yesterday, my fellow Coloradoans in the south voted to recall two evil socialist politicians, State Senate President John Morse and his hench-woman Angela Giron, because of the unconstitutional victim disarmament legislation they rammed through earlier this year.

New York's fascist billionaire mayor Michael Bloomberg reportedly put a lot of money into getting those laws passed (with help from Joe "Brainplugs" Biden and Waco Willie Clinton). He's said to have put another two million into opposing this recall effort, and came away an amputee. "Even the weeds of the field" have risen against him.

The United Nations, already enraged at this state for legalizing marijuana, now sees its hopes for universal disarmament dashed to pieces. Let Barack Obama sign whatever the hell he wants; Americans have obeyed their last gun law.

With our continued effort, he will eventually be forced to allow the re-importation of those million Garands and M1 Carbines from Korea, and reduced to handing out boxes of .40 S&W ammo off the back of a truck like surplus cheese.

Here in Colorado repeal is next, and people are talking about impeaching the gun-grabbing governor John Hickenlooper, who has been too busy humping Obama's leg to take much notice of anything else lately.

The best news is that one of the two districts involved in this vote is overwhelmingly Democratic and Hispanic. And yet the margin was enormous there. Conservatives who worry about immigrants, illegal and otherwise, giving eternal victory to the Left have been ignoring me for years, but they would do well to pay attention. They don't really understand these people at all. In Mexico, individuals are now arming themselves and forming militias in spite of the government and prosecuting a shooting war against the drug cartels.

And I don't have to move to Laramie.

Neil

7 comments:

ProudHillbilly said...

"The best news is that one of the two districts involved in this vote is overwhelmingly Democratic and Hispanic."

And that part was the part that made me laugh out loud. Well, that and the part where the pollsters ignored the data that said they were going to lose big.

Well Seasoned Fool said...

As a Colorado resident, I like his sentiment, but think he is a tad optimistic.

Rev. Paul said...

PH, that's the sweetest part, I think.

WSF, it sounded a bit optimistic to me, too. But maybe he's right?

Well Seasoned Fool said...

Feverently hope he is right.

armedlaughing said...

Aw, c'mon!
Why is he sugar-coating it!

(snerk!)

Great stuff,
Thanks,

gfa

Stephen said...

Here in Colorado repeal is next, and people are talking about impeaching the gun-grabbing governor John Hickenlooper, who has been too busy humping Obama's leg to take much notice of anything else lately.

(Oh, how I love it.)

Rev. Paul said...

WSF, me too.

Guffaw, you're welcome. :)

Stephen, I thought that a great line, too.