Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Denver voters reject plans for extraterrestrial welcoming committee

What is the next priority for progressive Democrats now that Obamacare is law? The Wall Street Journal reports:
Denver voters decided not to roll out the red carpet for space aliens, soundly rejecting a ballot initiative that would have required the city to establish an Extra Terrestrial Affairs Committee.

Even before the results came in, UFO buff Jeff Peckman, who ran the campaign for Initiative 300, was philosophical about the voters’ verdict on his plan for the city to study reports of UFOs and develop protocols for welcoming aliens to the Mile High City.

“It took, what, 18 years for health-care reform to happen,” Mr. Peckham said. “And how many years for women to get the vote? So some big things take a while to get going.”

If aliens land in Denver, they will have to do so without government help. Blame this on the cruelty and short-sightedness of Republicans.

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