Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Colorado Moves to Recall 3rd Anti-Gun Senator

Sen. Evie Hudak of Senate District 19 (Westminster/Arvada) thought she escaped recall when efforts were abandoned earlier this year to focus on the successful recall of gun grabbers John Morse and Angela Giron.

Following the success of those two recalls, attention has now returned on ousting Evie Hudak who told a rape victim who testified against the anti-gun laws, "Statistics are not on your side, even if you had a gun."

A new group, Recall Hudak Too has been formed and the Secretary of State approved their petition on Friday, Oct. 4th, 2013. They have 60 days from October 4th to gather the needed signatures. 18,300 validated signatures of voters from Senate District 19 are needed to get her recall on the ballot with a goal to gather at least 25,000 signatures over the next 56 days.

Come on Colorado, let's make this a Hat-Trick!

We don't need a gun grabbing, pro-rape, anti-self defense troll representing the people who is too busy playing on her iPad during hearings into Colorado’s Corrections Department and Parole Division to pay attention.

Kick her to the curb!

1 comment:

  1. The Colorado GOP is trying to discourage/squash this effort as they believe it'll cause a backlash against all Republicans in the 2014 election cycle. I only have one question for the GOP: "So?"

    If elected politicians are not doing what they were elected for and choose to follow out of state interests in order to ram societal changes down our throats against our will, why should they get a free pass at staying in office -- I don't care if they have an (D) or (R) after their name. They were elected to protect our rights, our way of living while paying the necessary bills of operation without straining our resources. They were elected as our representatives, not as our surrogate parents or masters.

    I wouldn't be surprised to see some Republicans join in an effort with the Democrats to curtail our ability to recall errant elected officials in the future. Nothing is more important to a sitting politician, regardless of party allegiance, than to stay in power to carry out either their own agenda or that of their ideological controllers.