It may come as a surprise to readers of your drunken affiant, but the powerful Post editorial courageously comes out against the venerable Broncos doing so poorly this year
It’s not too late for Coffman and Gardner to put their middle-class Colorado constituents’ needs in front of those of the GOP and the wealthy. It’s unlikely they’ll vote to kill a compromise bill, but it’s possible to at least force their party leaders to remove the meanest, most pernicious elements of this fast-cobbled disaster
The Senate plan is even worse. This version offers the same mathematical cheats and lies to pretend it doesn’t balloon the national debt. But Republican members of the Senate — this is an entirely GOP operation dependent on a parliamentary trick to keep Democrats from having anything to do with it — have sneaked in unrelated poisons, such as anti-abortion-rights measures, Obamacare repeal legislation and a host of inappropriate Trojan horses
“I look forward to a robust and informative discussion about all of the critical issues facing our community, state, and nation,” Coffman said in a statement
Many of the middle class taxpayers hurt by this bill, which make up probably the biggest portion of Coffman’s district, would at best see very little or no real net change from this measure, but by credible accounts they would see their net taxes go up
Before the GOP contest was hijacked by an onslaught of legal wrangling and a news cycle wholly preoccupied the candidates’ views on Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, a batch of party-platform issues was at the crux of each candidate’s campaign
“Such high and rising debt would have serious negative consequences for the nation,” CBO said.