Browsing around the website of GOP CD-7 candidate to Joe Coors, Jr., we found something quite amusing. Under the "Issues" section, here's the Coors plan on "Budget and Spending."
And here's the position of the Joe Coors campaign on "Jobs."
As you can see, Joe Coors' solution on the issue of budgets and spending is very similar to the Coors plan for jobs. And by "similar," we mean identical! It's perhaps a bit confusing since Republicans answer just about everything with a pledge to "cut government spending."
But we're thinking that they didn't intend to use the exact same copy for both--for one thing, an insult to laid off public sector workers. Coors' big draw is his run against incumbent Rep. Ed Perlmutter is that as a businessman, he "knows how to create jobs." But even the most conservative Republican should admit that creating jobs requires something more than rhetoric on spending--especially coming from the "businessman's candidate."
Is this how you represent your signature issue, folks?
Most likely this is just an error, the same content erroneously copied into two issue pages. Unfortunately, the website has now been up for months, so a number of prospective voters have likely already seen it. If they haven't, if it's been like this since launch with no notice, we'd be concerned that except for broadcasters happy to take Coors' money, maybe nobody cares.