Obviously he did not grow up watching Mr Rogers or Sesame Street. He knows nothing about keeping promises, being kind and compassionate or working with others.
Thank you so much!
Did he really write and publish a book with city funds? Or in his time off with personal money?
You've probably heard, but this bill passed the Senate Education Committee today, unanimously. No angry yogis. Just passionate and intelligent. The committee was welcoming and polite and respectful. More details and photos (including Sen Owen Hill performing an arm balance on the platform) on Facebook.
Now that we've seen how easy it is to recall elected officials when they don't act the way we want them to, what's stopping the residents of Colorado Springs from recalling the mayor?
Are all the spots taken for this Saturday? I'm organizing the Colorado Springs leg of a Cultural Tour of Tibetan Monks coming to town Sept. 9 - 14th. Would like to know if this might be a good way to get the word out about their events (sand mandala, meditation, talks, cultural pageant, prayer stone workshop)?
I heard something I am totally confused about. The people can vote on item 1 (yes or no on the recall) AND/OR item 2 (candidate). Why on earth would you be able to vote for a person if you were not voting for the recall? If you voted "no" in the recall, why would you vote for a candidate? So do those votes actually count? For example, I vote "NO" on the recall but vote "Jan Brooks" on the candidate, would the candidate's vote count? Even though I am voting against the recall? This gets more confusing to me every day.
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