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Stand for Colorado
What has happened to Colorado? Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interested Parties (PBIs) no longer deliberate issues nor consider other points of view. During this last legislative session, radical activist PBIs showed their hand. Foundational Rights such as Due Process, Vote of the People and Parental Rights were disregarded in favor of forcing thru laws that hurt hardworking, everyday Coloradans. Whether it was the National Popular Vote (SB-042), Oil & Gas (SB-181), Sex Education Bill (HB19-1032), Red Flag Law (HB-1177) or forced vaccinations (HB19-1312), Coloradans saw firsthand that these PBIs have limited interest in representing the citizen and more interest in pushing forward their radical agenda via force.
If an idea is a good idea, then it will win in the Battle of Ideas. If it is a bad idea, it must be sold via manipulation, deception and force.
We are Coloradans. We are freedom people. We are individuals who embolden the rugged spirit that built Colorado and believe that, in Colorado, if government stays within its’ proper lane and stays out of our way anything is possible.
It’s important to take a Stand for Colorado. January 8th, 11:00am on the west steps of the Capitol when Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interested Parties (PBIs) convene for the 2020 Colorado Legislative Session. Will they base their decisions on Freedom or Force? Force or Freedom? They need to know that we are watching and will hold them accountable for the decisions they make.
Join us and help us by contributing to the cause. We are a group of everyday, hardworking Coloradans who care deeply about our families, our communities and our state. We have spent countless hours to make this rally a reality. Here’s our budget:
$1,025.00 Sound System (It is important to have a good sound system so that everyone can hear)!
$672.00 Banners and Signage
$2,000.00 + Marketing
We are grateful for your financial contribution. Whether you can help with a lot or a little, everything is greatly appreciated. Just a note, your contribution is not tax deductible. Why? We want to make sure that we have the Freedom to say what needs to be said.