This is just a guess…

on my part

For the Republicans to suggest these bills are a war on women is probably just a smokescreen for them to rationalize how they can possibly vote no on these bills, one of which takes guns away from domestic violence offenders,” Senate President John Morse, D-Colorado Springs, told FOX31 Denver Wednesday.

“We’ve got the background check bill that is devised to keep guns out of the hands of violent criminals, including rapists. And I’m sure all 15 [Senate] Republicans will vote against that too on Friday.

…but I’m going to guess Colorado Senate President John Morse has no problem with those violent felons walking the streets as long as they allegedly can’t get guns. Presumably he’s okay with women being raped at knifepoint instead of gunpoint.

(h/t Nicki)



3 Responses to “This is just a guess…”

  1. 3boxesofbs Says:

    I have yet to hear exactly how background checks will ‘keep guns out of the hands of violent criminals’.

    Add a step, prolong the process and increase their costs – probably but nothing more.

    And have you noticed that not one gun control bill actually works to put the people who shouldn’t have guns away for longer? Keep them locked up?

  2. southtexaspistolero Says:

    Indeed I have. This isn’t about punishing criminals. It’s about making criminals out of honest people.

    • GomeznSA Says:

      Yep – especially when most of the hoplophobes and gun banners freely admit that to ‘require’ crooks to comply with background checks ‘violates’ their 5th Amendment ‘rights’.

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