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Old 04-02-2013, 07:52 AM
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Re: outdoor channel leaving colo

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I swear California and Colorado are insane places to live as long as liberals call the shots.
Yes, even today when I drive around here it is still a sea of cars with plates from California. The weed is going to bring even more, until the Feds step in and put a stop to it. You can be sure that Obunga and his butt buddy holder are planning on enforcing the Federal law, but they will do so after the 2014 elections.
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Old 04-02-2013, 09:10 AM
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Last time we were camping in Yellowstone NP (1999) we talked to a lady that was planning on leaving CO because all the nut cases were coming from CA and ruining the state.
I guess she was right. Now they are running the state.

Just like the song "Crispy Critters" by C W MaCall. Same thing happens and forecast in the 70's.
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