PolitiComm 
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Re: “A Tumblr tribute to Colorado College men (Er, um ... boys)

I too was once a CC boyfriend. Thankfully, an atypical one, I think. I was the CC boyfriend LMAO (that should be a simple one for any old fart) at bearded, new age hippies like Schniper (Of course, he gave as good as he got).

Egads! The nostalgia creeps up like a vampire spirit pony with a taste for youthful blood and kale.

When the hell did we get old?

Someone muzzle me before I start regaling you with tales of block trips spent driving to Las Vegas to gamble five dollars on breakfast at Denny's or to Wyoming so a CC girlfriend could shatter a new age heart.

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Posted by PolitiComm on 05/15/2014 at 10:06 AM

Re: “Run-on sentencing

The problem with the prison system in Colorado is that it is controlled, not by the judicial branch of government, but by District Attorneys who only care about getting reelected in their district. They could care less about the state's problems as a whole.

Our system of government is founded on the idea of checks and balances. Part of the reason our judicial system costs so much is that District Attorneys have an interest in trying and convicting as many people as possible so they can get reelected. They've even gone so far as to take the decision about whether to try a child as an adult out of the hands of judges so they can win more convictions, bypassing a constitutional check on their power.

According to www.StopDirectFile.org, a recent poll found that 65% of likely voters in Colorado feel the decision to file adult charges ought to be left up to a judge. Punishing kids for political gain is wrong and Coloradans know it.

Posted by PolitiComm on 12/11/2009 at 10:28 AM

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