Thursday, November 10, 2005
As predicted, Colorado voters changed their minds about Referendum C from an initial 60% opposed to a 52% for under the influence of the thousands of trough-feeding groups and their media campaign. Happens every time. But in the big picture, the additional $600 million for the trough next year is merely a “tip” for the government, since they are already taking $16 billion.
And I’ve heard hardly a whimper about Referred Question 1B, which gives the Denver government a 10-year break from TABOR.
But since I-100 passed, I guess we can all start smoking pot and forget that our pockets have, once again, been picked.
at 10:48 AM
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