Former State Republican Party Chair Dick Wadhams wasn’t unemployed for long. According to a stunning press release sent out this morning, Wadhams has been named Deputy Political Advisor to Governor John Hickenlooper. A press conference has been scheduled for this afternoon, but as the release explains:
The office of Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced that former Republican Party Chair Dick Wadhams has been appointed as Deputy Political Advisor to the Governor.
“The Governor feels strongly about his bipartisan credentials,” said Alan Salazar, the Governor’s chief policy and political director. “There’s no better way to show that you don’t favor one political party over the other than to hire someone who is truly disliked by both political parties.”
Earlier this year Wadhams announced that he would not run for re-election to a third term as State Republican Party Chair. Last Saturday he was formally replaced when Republicans elected Ryan Call to become their new Party Chair.
“I think the Governor was concerned that too many people looked at him as a Democrat,” said Wadhams. “He’s not a Republican by any means, but my job is about making sure that nobody ever really understands which political party the Governor favors. The Governor has already done a good job of making that unclear, and I’m confident that I can continue to keep those waters murky.”
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April Fool’s, Polsters!
The Google thing got me today, I’m that gullible. But this didn’t for a single moment. 🙂
These are tough. It’s a fine line between trying to convince people this might be real for just a moment…but not actually making someone believe it is real.
Good one, Pols. You’ve outdone yourself this year.
Appointing Michael Scott to serve as the new Director of Paper Distribution for the Department of Natural Resources.
“Scott’s success in selling paper will help Colorado effectively and efficiently move the large amount of bark beetle lumber from the forest and into the marketplace, creating tons of jobs and making lots of money,” Hickenlooper said. “This is a unique opportunity to resolve Colorado’s forest health and budget issues.”
to check out the VeloNews website; thsy’ve been doing it for years:
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You had me believing for a sec…
… that you had any people biting on that!
Elected officials care more about the common people than getting reelected,
was that you wouldn’t be surprised if Hickenlooper did make such an appointment.
Saying the guy is murky about his political affiliations is an understatement.
this was just as lame as the Shawn Mitchell thing.