Lamborn + Colbert = Prime Time Desire
“I don’t think anyone’s ever ready for Colbert,” Lamborn cheerfully replied.
Lamborn’s road to Congress, to represent the conservative 5th Congressional District in south-central Colorado, was as potholed as the streets of Denver in February. But despite being in the minority, the freshman lawmaker, pictured here in the middle of a bunch of visiting faculty members from Colorado Christian University, seems to be having a ball. He’s also got an office with a public women’s bathroom splitting right through the middle, a pad not too far from the Capitol, complete with an orange velour rocking chair – and is on the “waiting list” to be on the Armed Services Committee.
Yes, Rep. Lamborn is more than prepared for Prime Time. But is Colbert ready for Lamborn? It’s a match made in heaven and here’s why…
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