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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 03-08-2013, 10:08 AM   #46
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i keep seeing people make similar asinine statements and have yet to figure out what they mean. Wouldn't laws against things like murder fit your definition? I mean, by definition, only law-abiding individuals follow such laws.
There are several gun laws already in place, and guess ****ing what it is already against the law to murder someone with a gun. Either you were trying to be cute or you just made an asinine statement~
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Old 03-08-2013, 10:22 AM   #47
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There are several gun laws already in place, and guess ****ing what it is already against the law to murder someone with a gun. Either you were trying to be cute or you just made an asinine statement~
That's a point with which I can agree. Claiming that "they keep making laws that only the law abiding will follow" makes it fairly clear that you are upset that congress makes ANY laws, as every single law would fit this definition. I wouldn't be a huge deal, but I hear folks make this argument regularly and I'm still trying to think of examples of laws that wouldn't fit this definition.
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Old 03-08-2013, 10:29 AM   #48
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That's a point with which I can agree. Claiming that "they keep making laws that only the law abiding will follow" makes it fairly clear that you are upset that congress makes ANY laws, as every single law would fit this definition. I wouldn't be a huge deal, but I hear folks make this argument regularly and I'm still trying to think of examples of laws that wouldn't fit this definition.
You're capable of figuring it out better than this kind of argument. It's just not an excuse to take away a fundamental right. That's what we're making the case for here. Murder is not a right.
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Old 03-08-2013, 10:52 AM   #49
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You're capable of figuring it out better than this kind of argument. It's just not an excuse to take away a fundamental right. That's what we're making the case for here. Murder is not a right.
Murder was simply an example of a law where only law-abiding citizens follow the law. If you break the law, you are no longer law-abiding. I'm more than willing to consider examples of ANY laws that would exist outside of RNR's stated paradigm.
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Old 03-08-2013, 11:44 AM   #50
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Right. I'm just supposed to happily hand over several thousand dollars worth of my legally obtained personal property because of an isolated incident in another state that had absolutely nothing to do with me. Because ghettio and the crackhead congresswoman from Aurora will then somehow feel safer. Eat shit. I suppose you agree with the pit bull ban, too, right?

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I doubt that any of the bills listed in your opening post would require you to surrender your property.

I think gun owners good arguments and proof of political power have gotten through to nearly all legislators. And the Supreme Court finally got around to defining the 2nd Amendment enough to make Chicago and DC's total ban unconstitutional. I think there really is not much chance that any unfair laws would ever get passed and some current unfairly restrictive laws will be struck down also.

If you have several thousand dollars worth of firearms and ammo, it is reasonable to suppose that you own guns for recreation, more than for protecting you and yours from crime.

You could have enough firearms and ammos for protection and the peace of mind that comes with that for a lot less.

I do not think they should pass any laws that would take away your property, but why not be honest that guns are as much or more for fun than for protection?

Not that I object to that. It looks like fun to me and I like watching the weapons shows on the Military Channel and think it would be damn fun to have some of them.

If car registrations and driver's licenses are regulated, there might be some reasonable gun regulations that make it harder for crazy people or criminals to kill or wound people and that don't unreasonably interfere with responsible gun owners.

Seems like the folks that sell guns have perfected the art of marketing the rapid sale of their guns and ammo by whipping up people who own guns for fun into going apesh*t over anything and planting crazyazz ideas into their heads.

It may be the case that there are few new good laws considering how many firearms are already out there and within reach of criminals and crazy people, but people that enjoy guns for recreation should stop acting like any proposal at all is anything more than what it is.
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Old 03-08-2013, 12:05 PM   #51
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I doubt that any of the bills listed in your opening post would require you to surrender your property.
You wouldn't mind if they did, though.
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Old 03-08-2013, 12:31 PM   #52
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My reasons for availabing myself of my constitutional rights isn't your ****ing business, ghettio. What part of that don't you understand?
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Old 03-08-2013, 12:46 PM   #53
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You wouldn't mind if they did, though.
Not sure why that line got your attention above everything else.

If I was a legislator, I would not back a law that required lawful gun owners to surrender their property.

I might back a law that required all guns to be registered within a certain time and make it a fineable offense to possess an unregistered gun.

I would not want possession of an unregistered gun to be a jailable offense, but if it was used in furtherance of another crime, it might enhance a sentence.

I think universal background checks should be the law and it should be done right. I think those background checks shoud include people referred for serious mental illness even if they got to the doctor voluntarily and were not adjudicated, but those non-adjudicated mentally ill should have some process they can pass to get a gun license if there are safeguards in place like medical clearance or compliance with therapy. If someone develops mental illness after already owning a gun, there ought to be a similar process.

I would be in favor of all gun transfers requiring re-registration just like car titles.

And, jurisdictions that shame patrons of prostitution by publishing their names and photos should also shame people that are found to excessively hoard ammunition; and publish their names and photos. Even though the publication should not reveal who did what.
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I sold two guns to one of my friends the other day. No background check, no registration, he gave me a check and I gave him the guns.

I'll bet this really annoys ghettio.
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Old 03-08-2013, 01:02 PM   #55
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I sold two guns to one of my friends the other day. No background check, no registration, he gave me a check and I gave him the guns.

I'll bet this really annoys ghettio.
Not annoyed at all. Why would I be?

I remember in Full Metal Jacket the recruit Marines said, "This is my weapon, this is my gun. This one's for killing, this one's for fun."

I guess you made it clear that your recent transaction involved guns and not weapons.
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Not annoyed at all. Why would I be?

I remember in Full Metal Jacket the recruit Marines said, "This is my weapon, this is my gun. This one's for fighting, this one's for fun."

I guess you made it clear that your recent transaction involved guns and not weapons.
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Old 03-08-2013, 01:31 PM   #58
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Once I buy a gun I am keeping it. I don't ever see a reason to sell them.
Yeah, it did sort of make me feel dirty, but I'm buying a really nice new one, and this will defray the costs somewhat. One of them was an old .38 that I never shot anymore and don't really need (plus we don't have dies to reload .38/.357 yet), and the other was a .40 that I'm basically replacing with the new tricked out .45.
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