| Wow, The Denver Post's Ryan Parker really has a scoop in his report on the First Lady's campaign speech in Castle Rock. First check the headline for what bombshell might be in the article:
First lady Michelle Obama repeats message in Castle Rock, wraps 2-day visit
Now the Pulitzer prize-winning part:
Castle Rock was the last leg of a two-day visit to Colorado for the First Lady who spoke at Fountain Middle School and Fort Lewis College in Durango on Wednesday. The first lady recycled remarks here she made in Fountain Wednesday.
Ryan really blew that one open. I never imagined politicians repeat the same speech - almost word for word - wherever they go! How lazy is that?!? And doesn't she know about YouTube? She could make the speech and text the link to these people and no one would have to go out of their way.
Next you're going to tell me Springsteen plays "Born to Run" at almost every concert, not just the one I'm at? And Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias tells the same jokes at comedy clubs around the country, ZOMG?!?!??!!!?111?
The good thing is she recycled that speech, because we all know, except for Republicans, that recycling is good.
I really must thank Ryan and the Post for pointing this out. I'm going to read each article extra-carefully from now on; you never now what you'll learn while reading the Denver Post - like the fact that politicians repeat stump speeches in town after town.