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Old 09-12-2013, 10:19 PM   #1
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Not for days, not for weeks, but for months, Joe Scarborough and his Morning Joe panel not only pushed, begged and berated Congress to pass new gun control laws -- they threatened, shamed, mocked, and laughed in the faces of anyone who dared disagree. But Tuesday, voters in the bluer-than-red state-of Colorado told Scarborough and company to go get their shine box. Here is their unforgettably awkward and red-faced reaction:
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good lord...they acted like some one died

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The last narrative the Right was pushing about Colorado was that we had been taken over by Californians. Oh well. Whatever fits the moment.
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Let's also not forget that recall elections during the midterms of midterms are historically low-turnout events which benefit those with more funding and a more motivated base...and who is more motivated than the gun crazies afraid their favorite right (read: only right they care about) will be taken away?

Sound and fury, signifying nothing.
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Let's also not forget that recall elections during the midterms of midterms are historically low-turnout events which benefit those with more funding and a more motivated base...and who is more motivated than the gun crazies afraid their favorite right (read: only right they care about) will be taken away?

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What a dumb argument...Maybe the people were motivated to protect their rights.

Contributions to Morse and Giron totaled roughly $3 million, eclipsing the sum raised by gun-rights activists who loudly lobbied for the senators’ ouster, though some independent groups weren’t required to report spending, according to the Associated Press.
The NRA, for its part, contributed roughly $500,000 for "independent expenditures" related to recall efforts, spokesman Andrew Arulanandam told NBC News.
Bloomberg, meanwhile, offered up more than $300,000 to the anti-recall campaign, according to the AP. A spokesperson for Bloomberg's office was not immediately available Tuesday to confirm that figure to NBC News.

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What a dumb argument...Maybe the people were motivated to protect their rights.

Contributions to Morse and Giron totaled roughly $3 million, eclipsing the sum raised by gun-rights activists who loudly lobbied for the senators’ ouster, though some independent groups weren’t required to report spending, according to the Associated Press.
The NRA, for its part, contributed roughly $500,000 for "independent expenditures" related to recall efforts, spokesman Andrew Arulanandam told NBC News.
Bloomberg, meanwhile, offered up more than $300,000 to the anti-recall campaign, according to the AP. A spokesperson for Bloomberg's office was not immediately available Tuesday to confirm that figure to NBC News.

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Like the plumber.
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Another dumb argument. At least you're consistent.
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