You call that hunting?
So shooting an animal from one’s deck is called “hunting”?
Hunting formerly involved tracking, using skills to outwit the animal, stamina, woodsmanship, and dispatching the quarry with a well-placed shot, all for food for the family.
What would we call the recent activity in Evergreen Highlands? Certainly no hunting involved by a non-hunter, who with five shots failed to bring the luckless animal down over a period of hours. Some “hunter.” Try another word!
Peter K. Link
Reapportionment should be accomplished by citizens
The most germane question is not being raised. Namely, why are politicians — especially incumbent ones — involved in the realignment of the House and Senate districts at all? Isn’t that having the crime investigated by the perpetrators?
The Colorado Reapportionment Commission should be made up on a regional basis by citizen committees that more closely represent the voters, not the politicians. After all, it is “… of the people, by the people, and for the people,” not of, by, and for the (benefit) of the legislators.