But were it not for his brash stupidity, Schultheis would have left little mark on the Colorado legislature in his years under the Golden Dome. Schultheis announced last fall that he would not be running for re-election in 2010 and will instead retire to some insensitive pasture somewhere. In just a few short months Dave won’t have himself to get kicked around anymore.
So it is that we couldn’t help but laugh about an email that was spammed out to just about everybody at the State Capitol this afternoon. Take a look at the message that was later forwarded to us:
Sent: Feb 12, 2010 1:41 PM
Subject: Essential for hot affairs
Got obstacles with ordering medicaments to your house?
Our web-store is aimed for helping you! Place your order here and get your package to your home or office the same day.
We don’t annoy you about prescription, but we care about privacy of delivery and transactions.
[image link removed by Colorado Pols]
We removed the link, so as not to spam any of our readers, but it pointed to a sexually-themed image relating to “performance” enhancing drugs.
This is obviously a spam message (Schultheis, after all, would no longer be using a State House address because he is now a State Senator), and this almost certainly is not Schultheis’ fault. We don’t blame him for it, and we certainly wouldn’t expect anyone else at the Capitol to blame him, either.
But could this really have happened to anybody else? It seems even spambots have a sense of humor.