Our post about Governor John Hickenlooper's recent F-bomb at a meeting with Colorado sheriffs -- an incident that was caught on video -- garnered a variety of response, with some readers wondering why this was a story and others using it to vent their spleen at Hick. As for the following comment, it takes a decidedly pro-profanity angle.
Julian Aguirre writes:
The F-bomb should not just be limited to public use. Government officials should also be able to drop F-bombs. It's the American thing to do.
Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.
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