POSTED: Wednesday, August 7, 2013 - 4:18pm
UPDATED: Monday, August 12, 2013 - 12:48pm
Tyler, Texas (KETK) — My wife and I used to go to Colorado once a year.
We had friends there and could find our way around like natives.
But, this past year Colorado lost in mind and started passing stringent guns laws like the ones you see back east or the left coast.
Then, you realize the state has been over-run with folks from back east and west and they ran for office and somehow won.
So, since Colorado declared war on guns and quit giving them my vacation money.
Am I being extreme?
Well, let me tell you what's going on now.
Reports from The Blaze states a Colorado apartment building is kicking all of its tenants out unless they get rid of their guns.
Residents in the Oakwood Apartments in Castle Rock, Colorado, south of Denver, have until October 1st to get rid of their guns. That's the new apartment rule.
The report mentions a 77-year-old man who is a veteran and worries that he will be kicked out of his apartment if he does not part with his guns, which, of course, he has a permit for. He's also an avid hunter.
He's living on a fixed income, said managers told him he has three options: Get rid of his guns and stay, keep his guns and move out voluntarily or keep his guns and be forced out. He said he keeps his guns secured in a safe.
As it stands, landlords and apartment complexes are allowed to set "reasonable" rules and regulations.
But is this really "reasonable?"
I think not.
That's my point of view, what's yours?
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