Absurd Denver City Council
Well the answer may not be as easy as it appears to be. Denvers City Council unfortunately has an excuse tis time. Thier hands are some what tied on this matter. As required, the city is holding a "review and comment" meeting on what is a definate waste of time, and money to pay for this meeting.
What is this meeting about, lol. Well in a sense it is about ILLEGAL ALIENS and traffic accidents. Now wait I know what your thinking. Thats a good thing. Traffic accidents in Denver and in Colorado caused by ILLEGAL ALIENS is on the rise. More then Colorado's fair share are caused by drunk driving ILLEGALS. Who then under state and city amnesty policies are usally let go to repete this offense untill someone is killed.
Now hold your horses folks. This meeting, even though concerns ILLEGAL ALIENS, it is not about our nonlaw abiding friends from south of the boarder. Rather it is about those driving hazards from outer space.
Thats right from outer space. Jeff Peckman is wanting the city of Denver to put together an 18-member ET commission. The ET commission would "create a responsible, common-sense strategy for dealing with issues related to the presence of extraterrestrial beings on Earth," among other tasks.
Jeff Peckman, 54, who is single and lives with his parents ( that in itself explains a lot about Peckman). Has submitted to the city a draft of the proposed ordinance.
"It is important because if you're driving down the highway and you saw a crash of a small spaceship and a car or a bus full of kids, you really wouldn't know what to do," Peckman said. "Do you wait for the hazardous materials experts to show up because of potential contaminants from another solar system? What do you do? People really don't know."
Ok I have to admit it doe make some sort of sense in the big picture of things. That is if you believe EXTRATERESTIAL ILLEGAL ALIENS are causeing traffic problems.
Peckman said the proposed initiative is "a shortcut to disclosure of the knowledge of extraterrestrial beings on Earth and interacting with people on Earth." He said he has never seen an space alien, but that he has seen evidence proving that they exist.
"I certainly believe that they visit somewhat frequently," he said. "I don't know that they're walking around the streets of LoDo - others might disagree with that. But they do seem to have made their presence known all over the world to a lot of people."
Some may think jeff Peckman is a little off his rocker. I would be inclined to think so to. I however think that the City Council is way off its rocker for actually planning to hear this in a "review and comment" meeting.
I uinderstand that city bylaws and or regulations requires the council to hear all proposals. This however is a waste of money, time, and coffee to keep one awake. What the city council needs to be listening to is a proposal that restricts, eliminates, and ends the amnesty status of the city. If the city council really wants to put together an 18 member pannel. Then try putting one together that deals with the real ILLEGAL ALIENS. A problem that needs to be enforced legally.