Wednesday, July 24, 2013
TOP TEN INDICATORS THAT YOUR EMPLOYER HAS CHANGED TO OBAMA'S HEALTH CARE PLAN:
(10) For women, your annual breast exam is done at Hooters.
(9) Directions to your doctor's office include "Take a left when you enter the trailer park."
(8) The tongue depressors taste faintly of Fudgesicles.
(7) The only proctologist in the plan is "Gus" from Roto-Rooter.
(6) The only item listed under Preventative Care Coverage is "an apple a day."
(5) Your primary care physician is wearing the pants you gave to Goodwill last month.
(4) "The patient is responsible for 200% of out-of-network charges," and this is not a typographical error.
(3) The only expense covered 100% is…. "Embalming."
(2) Your Prozac comes in different colors with little M's on them.
AND THE NUMBER ONE SIGN YOU'VE JOINED OBAMA'S HEALTH CARE PLAN:
(1) A man asks for Viagra, and they give him a Popsicle stick and duct tape.
Thursday, July 18, 2013
Monday, July 15, 2013
The legislative session ended this year with the most liberal Democratic Agenda
ever. The Governor Hickenlooper did not veto one single bill. We can look forward
to increased fees and energy costs, greater restrictions on how we choose to protect
our person and property, a new definition of what it means to be married, increased
taxpayer costs for higher education (unless you are an illegal alien), and best
of all, Nathan Dunlap, convicted of cold-blooded murder 20 years ago, will continue
to get three square meals a day while still on death row.
Hopefully, Sen. Balmer can tell us something good that happened in the legislative
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July Speaker: Sen. David Balmer
As a former Senior Manager for Cherokee Investment Partners, David has worked in
brownfield redevelopment for 16 years. Cherokee specializes in the acquisition
and clean-up of environmentally contaminated properties. Since 1990, Cherokee has
purchased over 350 sites across North America and Europe. In 1999, David was honored
with the Denver Business Journal's Forty Under 40 award, which recognizes Denver's
top 40 young business leaders.