Fortune cookies and Mark Udall have more in common than Colorado’s Democrat U.S. Senator might like to admit.
You probably know the juvenile prank of reading the message inside a fortune cookie – like “Now is the time to try something new” – and then adding “. . . in bed” to give it an off-color twist.
Sadly, Udall’s campaign rhetoric is strikingly similar.
The 64-year-old Udall hasn’t had a for-profit job in more than 30 years. But he’s made a political career by telling ordinary Americans that he and his Washington cronies know better than the rest of us about everything from educating our children to the type of vehicle we drive.
Ironically, he says in his campaign commercials that “each of us has the freedom to make our own choices, to live life on our own terms. That you have the right to be an individual.”
If Udall were honest, he would have added “. . . about sex” after each of those clauses because he doesn’t seem to appreciate freedom elsewhere.Read More