Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Connecticut firearms confiscation claims its first political casualty as Traitor Williams declines to run for re-election. Treasonous dog Larry Cafero is next in line for the exits.

Senate Leader Not Seeking Reelection
The departure of Williams comes at a time of major change in leadership at the state Capitol. Senate Republican leader John McKinney of Fairfield is running for governor and serving in his last year in the Senate. House Republican leader Larry Cafero of Norwalk is widely expected to be in his final year at the Capitol, but he has not yet made any official announcements. Other legislators, including Rep. Livvy Floren of Greenwich, Sen. Gary LeBeau of East Windsor, and Sen. Jason Welch of Bristol, are not seeking reelection.


Dan Ryan Galt said...

I have some real bad news for John McKinney. Many of us here will not forget that he helped push through the gun control bill last year. Good luck getting enough votes to win Johnny.

Kurt '45superman' Hofmann said...

From the article:

He said he expects that longtime Senate Majority Leader Martin Looney of New Haven, a Democrat who has served in the legislature for more than 30 years, will be taking over as the next Senate President pro tem.

"He knows and loves this institution and is a tremendous legislator,'' Williams said of Looney.

I don't think this is an improvement:

Exhibit 1

Exhibit 2

Anonymous said...

What a legacy: To be replaced by a Looney!



stonemaster said...

go to the abodes of these TRAITORS , pull them out by their hair &... death to tyrants!

Anonymous said...

Like cockroaches, they can run, but they can't hide. They are on record as having voted FOR a liberty encroaching, gun grabbing bill that the Governor signed into law.
The Immutable Law of Unintended Consequences will be making an appearance soon.

B Woodman