Denver Post says vote “Yes” on 49

Did I wake up in bizarro-world?

Allowing state-collected funds to be channeled to such partisan ends is offensive enough. But the ethical stench from that practice is multiplied tenfold by a loophole in the 2002 Colorado campaign finance law known as Amendment 27. That measure allows labor unions to contribute up to $4,000 to candidates to the legislature.


There is absolutely no need for the government to act as a collection agency for labor unions.

Someone pinch me.  THe Post?

7 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. Libertad says:


    Mr. Ewegen liked it.

    The Denver Chamber of Commerce also endorsed Amendment 49 … this surprised the heck out of me. I thought this Chamber was the Union bagman …  

  2. NEWSMAN says:

    Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.

    The Post got this right, but just wait until the next edition.  They won’t disappoint.

  3. Go Blue says:

    Dean “the Unionbuster” Singleton and his whipping boy Dan Haley are at it again. We all saw this coming.  

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