If U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman’s spring town hall was subject to a bull rush by more liberal constituents, then his event Tuesday night was more of a brawl between constituents on both sides of the aisle.
One attendee framed a health care question by defining the Republican stance as: Individuals who are sick and uninsured “should just die.” Another described the audience as “a lot of spoiled kids” wanting free things, such as health care.
The crowd at Prairie View High School in Henderson was a fraction of the 500 people who showed up to Coffman’s April town hall. But what it lacked in size, it made up for in rancor. Max Stroeher, a…
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