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:
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SHOW ME HOW
Sort of ironic that it is Colorado Springs. The same town that abhors government spending and taxes, (unless it is for them).
For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.