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Old 03-07-2013, 01:41 PM  
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Busted - Rabid Pro Gun BAN Politician is a ****ing criminal

EDIT - TITLE SHOULD READ "PRO-GUN BAN" DUH.

It goes without saying that the biggest supporters of disarming law abiding citizens are criminals. Nice to see this ****ing bitch exposed as the thieving piece of trash she is.

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BREAKING: Colorado Anti-Second Amendment Legislator’s Criminal Record Exposed

By: Kyle Forti (Diary) | March 6th, 2013 at 08:00 PM | 9

According to a Colorado Bureau of Investigations report obtained by Media Trackers, State Representative Rhonda Fields (D-Aurora) was arrested in 1976 on a charge of larceny and again in 1991 on a charge of shoplifting. Despite her own criminal record, Rep. Fields has sought to limit the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens.

An apparent mugshot of Fields was posted to the Magpul Industries Facebook page by a private user after legislation to limit gun magazine capacity, which was cosponsored by Fields, drove the company to announce that it was closing its doors in Colorado and moving out of state.

Rep. Fields has sponsored multiple gun control bills currently under debate in the Colorado Legislature, including legislation to ban on magazines with the capacity to hold more that 15 rounds, criminalize the private sale or transfer of a firearm without a background check,ban on concealed carry permits on the college campuses, and increase background check fees.

Fields has also co-sponsored Sen. Evie Hudak’s legislation which would not only strip anyone subject to a restraining order of their Second Amendment rights, but would also require the same to relinquish any firearms they own to the state.

Sen. Hudak has recently been in the national spotlight for remarks she made to rape survivor Amanda Collins. During testimony from Collins which detailed how her attacker was able to target her while she was unarmed due to a campus ban on concealed carry in Nevada, Hudak told Collins that “actually statistics are not on your side even if you had a gun.”

Additionally, Fields was the sole sponsor in the House to sign on to Sen. John Morse’s (D-Colorado Springs) legislation to institute civil liability on firearms manufacturers, sellers, and owner for any damage incurred through the use of their firearms.

Despite her criminal history, Rep. Fields has previously received campaign donations from the Aurora Police Association.

Media Trackers attempted to contact Fields at her office multiple times, but the Representative was unavailable for comment as the calls were unanswered.

This post was originally featured at Media Trackers Colorado.
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Old 03-07-2013, 01:50 PM   #2
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Old 03-07-2013, 01:55 PM   #3
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That actually doesn't make any since she wasn't arrested for anything gun related. Frankly, the article doesn't even say she was convicted, just arrested. Nice reporting.
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Old 03-07-2013, 01:59 PM   #4
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That actually doesn't make any since she wasn't arrested for anything gun related. Frankly, the article doesn't even say she was convicted, just arrested. Nice reporting.
This makes no sense,since you are smoking bath salts lil queer

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Old 03-07-2013, 02:12 PM   #5
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Candidate: Democrat Rhonda Fields, 56, of Aurora
Record: Arrested in 1976 on a larceny charge and in 1991 on a shoplifting charge.
Response: "It's a very embarrassing dark, desperate time in my life. I disclosed it when I decided to run, but it's something I don't like to talk about. It's something I'm not proud of. It happened over 20 years ago. I had to leave a husband who was addicted to drugs. I stole food to feed my kids. I'm so glad I'm not the woman I was back then."
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Old 03-07-2013, 02:19 PM   #6
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Candidate: Democrat Rhonda Fields, 56, of Aurora
Record: Arrested in 1976 on a larceny charge and in 1991 on a shoplifting charge.
Response: "It's a very embarrassing dark, desperate time in my life. I disclosed it when I decided to run, but it's something I don't like to talk about. It's something I'm not proud of. It happened over 20 years ago. I had to leave a husband who was addicted to drugs. I stole food to feed my kids. I'm so glad I'm not the woman I was back then."
Heh. She's exactly the woman she was then. Only now she's a criminal's criminal.
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Old 03-07-2013, 02:19 PM   #7
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Old 03-07-2013, 02:28 PM   #8
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Heh. She's exactly the woman she was then. Only now she's a criminal's criminal.
Seems to me that the bills she co-sponsors are not asking that much from gun hobbyists.

I think one thing that you gun hobbyists are not being honest about is that 98.7% of gun ownership for you is the fun of shooting the guns and 1.2% is for the imagined hypothetical situation where it may be used in defense.

The laws she has co-sponsored would not stop you from owning guns and protecting yourself. The only thing it would do is take the fun away from shooting an extended clip, but otherwise you could still enjoy all of the sh*ts and giggles you get from going bang bang, or playing cops and robbers or cowboys and indians or whatever the ****.
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Seems to me that the bills she co-sponsors are not asking that much from gun hobbyists.

I think one thing that you gun hobbyists are not being honest about is that 98.7% of gun ownership for you is the fun of shooting the guns and 1.2% is for the imagined hypothetical situation where it may be used in defense.

The laws she has co-sponsored would not stop you from owning guns and protecting yourself. The only thing it would do is take the fun away from shooting an extended clip, but otherwise you could still enjoy all of the sh*ts and giggles you get from going bang bang, or playing cops and robbers or cowboys and indians or whatever the ****.
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Old 03-07-2013, 05:47 PM   #13
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Seems to me that the bills she co-sponsors are not asking that much from gun hobbyists.

I think one thing that you gun hobbyists are not being honest about is that 98.7% of gun ownership for you is the fun of shooting the guns and 1.2% is for the imagined hypothetical situation where it may be used in defense.

The laws she has co-sponsored would not stop you from owning guns and protecting yourself. The only thing it would do is take the fun away from shooting an extended clip, but otherwise you could still enjoy all of the sh*ts and giggles you get from going bang bang, or playing cops and robbers or cowboys and indians or whatever the ****.
Thanks for your input comrade.
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Old 03-07-2013, 05:51 PM   #14
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Seems to me that the bills she co-sponsors are not asking that much from gun hobbyists.

I think one thing that you gun hobbyists are not being honest about is that 98.7% of gun ownership for you is the fun of shooting the guns and 1.2% is for the imagined hypothetical situation where it may be used in defense.

The laws she has co-sponsored would not stop you from owning guns and protecting yourself. The only thing it would do is take the fun away from shooting an extended clip, but otherwise you could still enjoy all of the sh*ts and giggles you get from going bang bang, or playing cops and robbers or cowboys and indians or whatever the ****.
Wonder what % of the anti-gun crowd really want gun bans for this reason?
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Seems to me that the bills she co-sponsors are not asking that much from gun hobbyists.

I think one thing that you gun hobbyists are not being honest about is that 98.7% of gun ownership for you is the fun of shooting the guns and 1.2% is for the imagined hypothetical situation where it may be used in defense.

The laws she has co-sponsored would not stop you from owning guns and protecting yourself. The only thing it would do is take the fun away from shooting an extended clip, but otherwise you could still enjoy all of the sh*ts and giggles you get from going bang bang, or playing cops and robbers or cowboys and indians or whatever the ****.
Her and anyone else asking for anything are my enemies. I at one time would have been open to background checks and training. That has changed, I have no reason to trust our government and have little doubt that any information will be used against us at a later date. They keep saying gun control when they really mean people control. Those behind these measures have made it clear their ultimate goal they want more...much more. It is a game of inches where they keep making laws that only the law abiding will follow. ****em~
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