One of my staff made the commitment that we would sign it it got passed. To be honest, no one in our office thought it would get through
If we’d known it was going to divide the state so intensely, I think
we probably would have thought about it twice…In the end, how important
really was it?
After all the kerfuffle, I went back to try to get some facts we
should have had at the beginning. They told me there are roughly 300,000
magazine that carry more than 15 rounds in the state of Colorado
already…How’s a police enforcement officer going to tell which is the
old one and which is the new one? How much of a difference is it gonna
make if there are that many?
Y'know, idiot, it might've been a good idea to find out some of this stuff BEFORE you let some staffer make promises for you. Of course, you were busy kissing Bloomberg's ass instead of listening to all those sheriffs telling you this was a bad idea.
Which is why you're trying to kiss up to the sheriffs now.
And what the hell is this "My staffer flapped his lips, so I'm committed" crap?