Denver extraterrestrial ballot initiative: These illegals are also inhuman
In Colorado, we’re not just considering laws to protect us from illegal aliens. We’re considering laws to protect us from inhuman aliens.
Denver Initiative 300 on the 2010 ballot seeks to establish and fund an “extraterrestrial affairs commission” to ensure our safety in any “potential interactions with extraterrestrial intelligent beings or their vehicles.”
Because that’s what these sorts of illegals do. They come here smuggling their unearthly drugs and spreading disease strains we can’t cure. They drive their non-American unregistered vehicles around without proper driver’s licenses and smash into American citizens and then they fly across the border and beyond the clouds.
The Initiative proponent is Denver resident Jeff Peckman, who has appeared on Letterman and on FOX to speak about ET visitations. He introduced the initiative in April and in roughly a month he landed the 3,973 signatures– or 5 percent of the number of votes cast in the city’s prior mayor’s race– to secure a place for Initiative 300 on the November ballot. Peckman posted a website, extracampaign.org, as part of his signature-gathering efforts.
Alton Dillard, spokesman for the office of Denver Clerk and Recorder, told the Colorado Independent he has received calls from voters since ballots went out this month asking if the initiative was for real.
“I tell them, yeah, it’s real.”
Dillard said he didn’t vote for the initiative himself.
“The answer is I can’t. I’m not a resident of Denver.”
The full text of the ET initiative:
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