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Reader: Colorado Springs politician + porn = Second Coming

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Earlier this week, we posted about Colorado Springs-area Republican senatorial candidate Jaxine Bubis, who was revealed to have written what she called an "erotic romance" called Beantown Heat.

Reactions from readers ranged from amused to unperturbed to this....

Testecleese writes:

Wow! A porn writer is about to run for elective office from the Main Office of Six Flags Over Jesus!

Hooo doggies! This beats the Second Coming all to pieces, now.

For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.

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