Gun group sues Colorado Secretary of State, watchdog group
The Coloradoan reports:
Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, or RMGO, is suing the Colorado Secretary of State after the agency requested donor records from the Windsor-based pro-gun lobbying group.
RMGO filed the lawsuit Monday in response to the Colorado Secretary of State’s claims that the group violated Colorado disclosure laws. RMGO reportedly spent more than $1,000 on promoting two Republican state Senate candidates and didn’t report to the state where the money came from.
These are the same gun nuts who threatened to sue their home town library after they asked one of the group’s employees to leave the library when her firearm was visible. In that same tradition, they’ve also announced that they plan to also sue to group that filed the disclosure complaint to the Secretary of State.
RMGO officials announced they are suing Colorado Ethics Watch on Monday.
“Colorado Ethics Watch is a leftist entity that uses the Colorado reporting laws to harass conservative and liberty-minded political groups and the hardworking people who choose to support them,” RMGO Executive Director Dudley Brown said in a statement. “We are confident the courts will side with the Constitution and throw these invasive laws out.”
And if that quote doesn’t have enough derp in it to convince you these guys are traging loons, how about this:
“The current law essentially legalizes government ordered identity theft of citizens who want to take part in the political process,” Brown said.