As photographed above from yesterday’s awards luncheon for the right-wing Colorado Civil Justice League, the lobby group set up to make it as difficult as possible for little people (that’s most of you) to exercise their legal rights. On the right is GOP Sen. Beth Martinez Humenik, the #1 target in the Colorado Senate for Democrats hoping to retake control of the chamber in the 2018 elections.
On the left is outgoing Rep. Judy Reyher, Republican of Otero County. Rep. Reyher ran into trouble shortly after her appointment to the Colorado General Assembly last year when Denver media became aware that Reyher “hated the black half of Obama as much as” she “hated the white half”–with a long, long list of other freakishly racist comments before and since her appointment, which left HD-47 Republicans with little choice but to depose her in the 2018 primary before she could stink up a general election ballot.
Unfortunately, the replacement they picked is “Deadbeat” Don Bendell. But we digress.
What do you suppose Sen. Humenik and Rep. Reyher, you know, talk about?
We’re asking on behalf of approximately 143,000 SD-24 residents who don’t now Rep. Reyher, but would want to know what these two lawmakers have in common if they did.