Skip to comments.'Face the Nation' Hails 'Candid' Colorado Governor Spouts Democrat Talking Points
Posted on 05/29/2016 7:46:38 PM PDT by PJ-Comix
This morning, Face the Nation host John Dickerson interviewed Colorado governor John Hickenlooper whom he described as "candid" based on a book he wrote. However, as the interview progressed, it became very apparent that rather than being candid, Hickenlooper was robotically reciting Democrat talking points so sycophantically loyal to Hillary Clinton that even many Democrats would be embarrassed to repeat them.
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Long known as a name best forgotten.
The Democrat bench is not very deep. Yet another reason to get as many candidates out there in races that we may not usually win, but are possible this year. Keep shrinking their bench.
Chickenchoker is an embarrasment. I hate to admit he is my governor, but the californians voted him in. Magazine bans chased Magpul out of the state. Colorado health care exchange bankrupt.
I call him “Governor Pothole”...
What a waste of space he is.
Colorado will look pretty silly when we shut that Pot crap down under federal preemption. Lots of rats leaving that sinking ship. Why do they get to violate Federal Narcotics laws?
I’ve been debating some legalization doper all evening. He’s on the side of the angels, or at least he’s high enough to hang out with them.
“In terms of marijuana and legalization, I think that should be a state issue, state-by-state”, Trump said...
Next on the Agenda: Make alcohol illegal. Also, allow the FDA decide what is good for us. Just like the EPA, DEA and all the other government overreach.
“Colorado will look pretty silly when we shut that Pot crap down under federal preemption. Lots of rats leaving that sinking ship. Why do they get to violate Federal Narcotics laws?”
Are you butthurt about our pot laws mighty drug warrior? I really haven’t noticed anything different except less work for lawyers.
quite a few doped up pot heads though— totally against Federal law. I want state law on killing babies to prevail. But no— we have Federal preemption there but why not on narcotics? “”Selective” enforcement at Justice Department? That could change in a hurry. What is this? Don’t tell me it’s a civil right to kill your brain with liquid cannabis.
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