Why read a billion-dollar bill? Colo. lawmaker advises flipping a coin instead
Earlier this month, State Sen. Evie Hudak told rape survivor Amanda Collins that a gun wouldn’t have helped her because “the stats were not in [her] favor.” Evidently, she wasn’t through spouting nonsense. When her Republican colleague, Sen. Owen Hill, expressed an interest in, you know, reading an education funding bill that is coupled with a billion-dollar tax increase before casting his vote, Hudak responded like so:
Colo. legislator says he can’t vote on legislation he hasn’t read. Colleague suggests he flip a coin. youtu.be/Gb8-xCBWkDo
— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) March 22, 2013
— Ben Howe (@BenHowe) March 22, 2013
Nancy Pelosi must be so proud.
— DeAnn Bradford (@DeAnn_1) March 22, 2013
Reading and thinking are hard. Maybe we should all save ourselves the energy and resort to flipping coins.
— Brandon Morse (@CnservativePunk) March 22, 2013
— Colo Peak Politics (@COpeakpolitics) March 22, 2013
Should we unplug Grandma? #coinflipdecisions
— Kelly Maher (@okmaher) March 22, 2013
Wow, that is easy!