Inferior Colorado Governor

Colorado elected a real genius, whose public relations skills are every bit as good as his desire to shut down Colorado’s #1 industry – oil and gas.

To get a feel for how dimwitted Polis’ comment was, imagine the New Mexico governor calling Colorado’s skiing “inferior.”

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9 Responses to Inferior Colorado Governor

  1. CH4 says:

    His taste in chili peppers, politics, drugs, and men is clearly “superior” to us Deplorables – thus, he is exempt from decorum and class. When you have the moral (or gustatory) “high-ground”, you’re free to be as arrogant as you wish – a mindset the lefties repeatedly espouse. What an embarrassing clown.

  2. mwhite says:

    OT but

    No poxy cruise ship this year. Icebreaker Oden is the ship of choice.

    • annieoakley says:

      So funny. Looks really, really cold in the overheated Arctic Ocean. An icebreaker sounds like a really fun cruise ship.

  3. John V. says:

    No doubt that Pueblo Chili in Colorado is has weed mixed in.

  4. Jdh says:

    It’s a contest to see which politician says the most outrageous thing.

  5. Robertv says:

    There is nothing green about the greens.

    In his speech to thousands of fans from the Pyramid Stage, Sir David said: ‘There was one sequence in Blue Planet II which everyone seems to remember.

    ‘It is one in which we showed what plastic has done to the creatures that live in the ocean. It had an extraordinary effect and now this great festival has gone plastic-free.’

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      “The Somerset festival is notorious for attracting crowds of a more liberal persuasion, and on Thursday thousands marched in an Extinction Rebellion protest on the site in a climate rally.”

      A little plasticky blue planet overlooking garbage dumped on the actual Earth represents their narcissistic Progressive persuasion best. I want the rebellion to succeed in short order and by the thousands.

  6. Jonathan Ranes says:

    I want to build a house in LoHi but anywhere planning on 100% renewable economic death I’m scared to build in.

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