Reader: Colorado Springs residents hate taxes, unless they're for them
Yesterday, we shared a Washington Post-created list of the ten cities hardest hit by the federal shutdown as measured by the percentage of government jobs in the overall workforce -- and taking the top slot in the entire country was Colorado Springs. This ranking garnered some sharp commentary from a number of readers. Here's an example.
Doug Hubka writes:
Sort of ironic that it is Colorado Springs. The same town that abhors government spending and taxes, (unless it is for them).
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