Another election cycle approaches and with it come a growing number of requests regarding candidates for elected office: Would it be possible for me to grade the aforementioned politicians in order for voters in the State of Colorado to gain a better understanding of who they should or should not vote for?
The request is not unrealistic and simple to address. Without exception every elected official in the State of Colorado seeking re-election or another elected office receives the following grade: F.
Regarding the rumor that the Governor of the State of Colorado is considering a run for the Presidency of the United States of America in 2020 – may it remain a rumor.
It is important to find the good in all things, even and especially in the recent mass killing in the State of Florida.
For example, it is now possible to prove without exception the bias and partisan political agenda of the news media, because each time they reference the guns used in the shooting in Florida they insist on using the word “weapon” instead of ‘firearm’, implicitly demonstrating their lack of objectivity and their willingness to advance a subjective intention. When this happens it appropriate to discount and discard these so-called professionals. They cannot and should not be trusted to report on events of the day when they are so corrupt and immoral.
This is not an attempt to justify what the alleged shooter in the State of Florida did, claiming the lives of seventeen individuals. What he did goes beyond immoral. But the failure of the news media to report the facts objectively demonstrates they are just as immoral and unethical, depraved and perverted as the person responsible for seventeen counts of murder.
Democrat Michael Hancock is a disgrace and embarrassment to the City and County of Denver, and is unfit to hold elected office.
Many faiths do not believe in capital punishment because the taking of one life for another contradicts the basis of their belief system. Instead, a person who commits an act that would otherwise call for the premature end of their life was sentenced to an extreme form of exile.
In Judaism the decision is herem. No one sentenced under herem can remain within the boundaries of an organized community where morals and ethics determine a person’s life and how they contribute to the civilization.
Herem was so extreme in historical times that it was rarely applied because of the effectiveness by those who acknowledged that in it lay finality.
Democrat Michal B. Hancock, elected Mayor of Denver, CO. is a liar, an adulterer, a deviant, a predator, and a coward devoid of morals and ethics.
As of today he is sentenced for his actions under herem. He is not fit to be part of any civilization. He ceases to exist as of today.
Furthermore, anyone who defends his previous actions and his lies to cover up his behavior will also be sentenced under herem, and cease to exist; no longer are they part of civilization. The defense of the indefensible will be noted and you will not be acknowledged publically or otherwise.
In ancient times a sentence under herem was devastating. In the Age of Social Media, when a person’s life is defined by their Social Media presence the sentence is beyond devastation.
Loveland, CO. Republican Hugh McKean faces a challenger for his District 51 seat in the Colorado House of Representatives, in the November 2018 election: A newcomer to the area named Benjamin Krueske, who identifies himself as an independent. Mr. Krueske has been quoted as saying he intends to run a low-budget, community-oriented campaign that focuses on local tax policy, school funding, and a mental health focused approached to gun control. In order for school funding to occur he favors overturning the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (T.A.B.O.R.), which he claims have caused public education in the State of Colorado to be underfunded.
Although he does not have children in the formal education system he believes that teaching methods and techniques must be updated and that requires additional funding. A personal reason for this is because of learning issues he had in school that were not addressed – he claims – until he joined the United States Marine Corps.
Presently Mr. Krueske is a full-time student at Front Range Community College. If elected he would leave school and resume his education in the future.
Mr. Kreuske will hold a meet-and-greet at The Coffee Tree, 201 E. Fourth Street, in Loveland, CO., from 10:00 A.M. until 12:00 P.M. Saturday, February 24, 2018.
A request that the following be noted – Greg Lopez is running for Governor of the State of Colorado:
Comments attributed to recently elected Loveland, CO. Mayor Jacki Marsh may become her downfall. In its weekly meeting the Loveland City Council debated and then voted on the development of a municipal broadband network. During the meeting Mayor Marsh reportedly said that the matter should not include involvement by voters in Loveland. Many who claim she said this have responded that the time for a recall of the mayor has come.
Mayor Marsh is not the only council member facing the prospect of recall by displeased voters in Loveland. Her former opponent in the mayoral race and current council member, John Fogle, may also face a recall because of his silent condoning of his supporters who threatened people on local Social Media platforms prior to the November 2017 election.