No such thing as a free lunch.

I've been employed in Broomfield, working for Level 3 Communications, for 12 years.  Providing patronage to the local eateries in Broomfield is easily one of the benefits I enjoy about the location of my employment.  Today, a fellow coworker and I visited Kyoto Teriyaki at the intersection of Main & 120th Avenue.  They provide tasty fixings, therefore we are frequent customers.  We arrived in my campaign truck.  It seems that, for someone in the adjacent strip mall, my patronage is only welcome when I don't exercise my right to free speech.  I received this voice message in response to my attendance.  This couldn't have anything to do with the fact that two of the units in the strip mall are occupied by the Broomfield County Democrats and the National Democrat Party?  You stay classy Broomfield!

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