This should prove to be the "October Surprise" of the Great Quarter Election of 2005.
Many of us clear-headed sentient folks have expressed confusion as to the design of Colorado's quarter. The silver on silver coin sports the motto "Colorful Colorado" beneath a picture of (what is likely) a grey and white mountain. Are they color blind?
No. They're stoned:
Both college towns, Boston and Boulder, Colo., share another distinction: They lead the nation in marijuana use.
This revelation should prove to be the knock-out punch. What would the public prefer: a lovely bucholic scene feauring a popular form of recreation or a dingy, monochrome hill that is purported to be "colorful" by a bunch of baked Spicolis?
Go vote against those poseur Rastafarians again.
Heh. Maybe we should start calling them the Rasta Mountain Alliance.