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July 24, 2021 02:04 PM UTC

So Many Captions For One Awkward Photo

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  • by: Colorado Pols

Committed to the public domain by Rep. Lauren Boebert’s official Twitter account, from yesterday’s visit by Interior Secretary Deb Haaland (center) to Grand Junction accompanied by (from left) Sen. Michael Bennet, Rep. Joe Neguse, Gov. Jared Polis, and Sen. John Hickenlooper:

There’s a lot going on here, and 90% of it doesn’t need to be said.

Take care of the other 10%, gentle readers.

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20 thoughts on “So Many Captions For One Awkward Photo

  1. Bennet: “Jesus H. — this brain-dead two-legged hemorrhoid will just not shut up!”

    Neguse: “Damn — now we’ll have to disinfect the podium and the mic.”

    Haaland: “Oh hell no! I did not sign up for this pantload from this sawed-off fascist.”

    Polis: “Lord love a duck, what a dumbbell. Somebody please just gong me now.”

    Hickenlooper: “Holy fracking fluid — so much vapid, inane claptrap from one clueless urchin.”

    Pew-Pew: “Radikul soshulists…kritikul rayce theery…kneedul knotzees…votor frawd…blah blah blah…”

  2. Pew-Pew McQbert: For all those fat, bearded, ignorant, angry, no-ass, gun-humpin’ old white guys who may hate their lives, but can still appreciate a side of spinner with their sliders.

  3. {“Remind me again why it is we don’t want to let these fuckers out here secede? . . .”}

    {“I postponed my colonoscopy for this? . . .”}

    {“I only make stupid commercials — she actually is one.”}

    {“Fucking Cory Gardner . . .”}

    {“Fucking Cory Gardner . . .”}

  4. After all the elected stomachs have been pumped or settled, what's going to need to happen for a functional and effective Bureau of Land Management, and the sake of politicos now involved, is for the headquarters to return to DC and a working "headquarters satellite field office" with a legitimate mission and purpose to remain in GJ.

    I'm fairly confident and hopeful that five out the six in this photograph clearly understands this.

    1. I'm not certain what the heck a "headquarters satellite field office" would do that the existing range of field offices can't …

      If such a thing WERE needed, it would make more sense to put it

       * at a Land Grant university or college (trained workforce, network for consultants and contractors, and symbolism),

       * near an airport with direct flights to the majority of locations with BLM offices, and

       * closer ties to state capitals, tribal headquarters, or other federal agencies responsible for land adjacent to BLM land.

      1. I agree with you, and GJ is not an ideal location by any stretch, . . .

        (. . . nor, did I suggest it was)

        . . . but, it is the location where this now needs to happen.

  5. Boebert: weeHAW. Lookit me owning the libz!

    Everyone else: If we start fact checking her lies, we’ll be here all day. 
    Damn you, Scott Tipton.

    1. I would like to thank everybody in that picture that I can see for their hard work.

       

      This pic needs to be the metaphor for the non entity that is the wicked witch of Western Colorado.

  6. I might regret asking this. Does anyone know basically what the esteemed member of Congress from Colorado was saying when the folks in the picture behind her looked like they wanted to be teletransported to literally anywhere else in the universe?

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