Author: Colorado Politics - February 4, 2016 - Updated: February 8, 2016
Sports brings people together. People from different background, ethnicities, races, religious preferences and political beliefs can rally together for a united cause, and we have seen just that this week — we are United in Orange.
Politicians on either side of the aisle have overcome the deep chasms that divide. Our beloved team has brought Republican and Democrat, Tea Partiers and Progressives to terms of agreement, even endearment. We are thankful for those things that unite in a world so often divided.
Today, a toast to our home team and their incredible journey to Super Bowl 50. Go, Broncos! Bring back the Lombardi!
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