Friday, May 9, 2008

Ready For....??


Denver's not just gone "Peoples' Repugnant of Boulder" in the 'beyond out there' department; they've exceeded the Boulder freakshow by leaps and bounds.
Preparations for Denver's hosting the Democratic National Convention in August -- and the end of the city as it's kinda now known -- are complicated enough, what with Rush Limbaugh dreaming of riots, and Roseanne Barr demanding them. Now, a Denver resident (perhaps a transient from the aforementioned Boulder) wants to make sure almost anyone is prepared to be amiably received and feted.
In a story from the AP, Jeff Peckman has approached the City Council with the idea that an 18 person commission should be formed for "dealing with issues related to the presence of extraterrestrial beings on Earth". One city official approached for comment merely quipped that "if he gets 4,000 valid signatures on his petition, it goes to a vote of the people". This anonymous commenter's subsequent *rolling of eyes* and fauxgagging was meant to be off the record, I guess.
It's too bad that Peckman's sense of timing is as bad as his sense of reality: the general election's in November. The convention's in August.
Oh whoops.
Granted, Peckman's task of finding 4,000 valid signatures won't be much of a problem in Democrat-controlled Denver: there, anyone can vote, thanks to the ACLU and ACORN. Even dead folks, transients, cartoon characters and illegal aliens.
*TOING*
Had Peckman been a bit more timely, he could have had this 18 person commission in place to deal with elements of what's coming to Denver in August. Like the totally alien, thoroughly out-there fringe freaks that make up "Recreate '68".
Oh well...I don't know about other "progressive" burgs like Berkeley, Boulder, and the state of Massachusetts, but as far as Denver is concerned, no other city in America will be as welcoming to extraterrestrials -- or their unwashed demon spawn that make up "Recreate '68" -- as Denver, if Peckman gets his way.
And with Denver's dumbed-down voter base, I can tell you that his proposal will probably carry by a two or three-to-one margin.
Yoda Spears, you have a home.
Of course, Peckman and his allies probably assume -- as so many like-minded progressives do -- that rolling out a red carpet, and releasing a bunch of "peace doves" to honor and fete what they consider to be VIPs, will be received and properly interpreted by the 'outworlders' as Peckman & Co. intend it.
Obviously, they haven't seen the movie Mars Attacks!

7 Comments:

Blogger Stacy said...

I cannot comprehend a place where such things are taken seriously.

09 May, 2008 19:13  
Blogger Herb said...

Mr. Peckman really belongs in Boulder or Aspen or Vail. I couldn't believe the big deal the Denver Post made (out of context) of Rush's little ditty, but then again, they are about as left as they can be and probably are aliens so perhaps the whole notion isn't are far-fetched as it seems. Think about it, we've already been invaded.

10 May, 2008 05:53  
Blogger Little Lamb said...

I think the democratic convention wanted this to happen. That's why the set the delegates so high, knowing the people who want to be president can't possibly get them.

10 May, 2008 18:04  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Once you start looking at the evidence, it is quite shocking and life changing.

I can see why Stacy is having this reaction.

Look up the Disclosure Project National Press Club conference made in 2001 on Youtube or Google Video. Might be an eye opener for you :)

Maybe high ranking officials are coming out of the closet so to speak, including astronauts and scientists.

Richard Lalancette
http://RichardLalancette.Blogspot.com

11 May, 2008 07:35  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Billary's arrival to the convention will be announced by the sound of Walmart push browns flying in from the east. It will be an awesome/aweful sight to be hold. Watch for it.

11 May, 2008 09:00  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

push browns = push brooms. Or whatever. LOL

11 May, 2008 09:01  
Blogger Debbie said...

Proves there are crazies everywhere. The Democrats have real problems, infighting, split between candidates. The women vs blacks. Hollywood couldn't write some of this stuff.

Of course the Republicans (Liberals vs moderates vs Conservatives) are in a mess to.

Debbie Hamilton
Right Truth

11 May, 2008 10:58  

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