DENVER - Governor John Hickenlooper of Colorado has been asked by many of his state's citizens to issue a Governor's Proclamation which would add a pot plant to the state flag.
The governor stated that although he respects the rights of all Colorado citizens to have their opinion, he does not feel at this time that changing the state flag in any way, shape, or form is a good idea.
Several members of a Pueblo-based group called The People of Pot (POP) have asked that the governor move forward and realize that it's 2014, and times have changed.
A spokesperson for the group Timothy "Bong" Bocksteen said that adding a little old marijuana plant to the state flag is not going to hurt a thing.
He went on to say that Colorado has already showed the nation and the entire world that they are a very progressive state who have gotten with the times and who will continue getting with the times.
Meanwhile on the other side of the coin, Colorado Springs resident Buckler Birdtassle, 96, has said that he does not want to see a pot plant on the state flag.
Birdtassle commented that he fought in World War II, and he will fight anyone who tries to put a friggin marijuana plant on the beloved flag of his beloved state.
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