Skip to comments.Worries over illegal aliens: Denver voters to decide on possible Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission
Posted on 12/07/2009 4:03:39 PM PST by Libloather
Worries over illegal aliens: Denver voters to decide on possible Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission
By Kevin Flynn
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Thursday, December 3rd 2009, 11:09 AM
Folks in the Mile High City think it's high time they rustled up a welcome party for ET, whenever the cute little varmint finally touches down.
Maybe it's something in the rarefied air or the famed Rocky Mountain water, but activist Jeff Peckman managed to gather the nearly 4,000 valid signatures to have Denver voters consider his plan for an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The new city panel would promote "harmonious, peaceful, mutually respectful and beneficial coexistence" between earthlings and extraterrestrials, in part by developing protocols for "diplomatic contact."
Its seven members would include an expert in taking testimony from people who've survived "direct personal close encounters" with aliens, the paper reported.
And in what has to be good news for space cadets beyond the city limits, the initiative says, "Members who are not Denver residents may participate from anywhere in the universe," the L.A. Times said.
Closer to home, Brown could see the dark side of Denver having a space alien agency. "If someone was looking to locate a business here, they'd think, 'What kind of city is this?' " he told the L.A. Times yesterday.
Brown also wondered whether Colorado should float such an oddball plan so soon after the "Balloon Boy" hoax that was hatched in Fort Collins.
"It's like saying you're going to have a ballot initiative about the existence of Bigfoot," Michael Shermer, publisher of Skeptic magazine, told the L.A. Times.
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I hate to come across as a “doubter” in the space alien invasion area, but it occurs to me that if they were here they certainly would have contacted me by now.
Please recheck your map, must really be a bit north in Boulder. Much more fitting there, although Boulder does have lots of nice micro-breweries.
The Libs have fallen off the edge.