Jared Polis, chief backer of the infamous Amendment 41, is now threatening others if they do not fix his mistakes. During a meeting with House Minority Leader Mike May, Polis told May that if Amendment 41 is left unfixed that Republicans could lose more seats in the next election. He also reminded May that he was one of the primary contributors to the 527's that caused so many Republicans to lose seats in the past.
I guess open threats are now apart of Colorado's political culture, "Do something for me or I will throw millions of dollars at you in your next re-election." That my friends is what we call a slippery slope!
Polis henchman Steve Durham was quick to defend the Billionaire Bully by saying that May "could have interpreted Jared's remarks as a threat, but it was not so intended." If Jared's remarks were not meant as a threat, how precisley were they intended? What is the point of bringing up the fact that your money caused Republicans losses and then saying that more losses could come if Amendment 41 is not fixed?
Oh Jared, the number one rule in bullying is to outright lie when caught in a threat, don't try to rationalize it. If principal Ritter brings you into his office for trying to take Bill Cadmans milk money, you lie about it and say it never happened. You definetely don't try and say that Bill misinterpreted the wedgie you gave him as something more than just good clean fun.
Principal Ritter needs to step in and put the bullys in detention before he is seen as pandering to their side.