I rent a small office in my nearby small town, and I actually have to walk through an unrented office to get to my space.
Apparently the gentleman who owns the building has rented the office I have to walk through to the Obama campaign for the last few days of this election season. I shouldn’t be surprised: he has a “Veterans for Obama” sticker on his car and I’ve been unable to get him to change his mind even though he’s rather a moderate (and gun-owning) guy.
The office I now have to walk through, probably today and tomorrow, is full of posters and stickers and lists of areas that the Obama volunteers plan to canvas, knocking on doors, to try to turn out the vote for Dear Leader in this very liberal area.
The earnest young lady who seems to be running the show recently moved here from California. Can’t say I’m the least bit surprised by that.
Colorado is turning from a rational slightly-red state into bluish-purple because of the influx of muddle-headed liberals fleeing California and the Northeast who can’t seem to recognize the fact that they are fleeing the results of electing Democrats and now trying to bring that disease to this beautiful state. That said, I believe Romney will win Colorado by a comfortable margin despite the effort of transplanted leftists.
In the meantime, I’m trying to be polite to my temporary neighbor…though it’s hard when I see her as a co-conspirator in an effort to destroy my children’s future.
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