Two Democrat lawmakers in Colorado, including the president of the state senate John Morse (shown at right), were recalled last September in elections brought about by their support for tougher gun control laws.
The Colorado Republican Party called the vote results "a loud and clear message to out-of-touch Democrats across the nation."
Trying to downplay the bitter loss Colorado's Democrat governor, John Hickenlooper (shown at left), said he was "disappointed by the outcome of the recall elections" then called on state residents to "refocus again on what unites Coloradans -- creating jobs, educating our children, creating a healthier state -- and on finding ways to keep Colorado moving forward."
Obviously grabbing guns was a proven way not to unite Coloradans.
The name of former Democrat Senate President John Morse is removed from the door of his former office.
The first and only recall election in Colorado history was a bitter lesson for Colorado Democrats.
Coloradans understand that gun control by Democrats is about control: not about guns. Guns is just the first step in taking away liberties from citizens.