Back by popular demand, it's another round of Friday Facial Hair Face Off!!!
Last week's Face Off was hotly contested, with former U.S. Senate candidate Pete Coors pulling out an 84-73 victory over Congressman Mark Udall to claim the coolest eyebrow championship (that's a 54-47% margin, folks). One of Udall's top advisors, Alan Salazar, cast a proxy vote for Coors on behalf of his boss:
Mark Udall has asked me to post his proxy vote on behalf of Pete Coors --which may be the first and only time a Udall will endorse a Coors (but you never know)....Posted by: Alan Salazar | March 25, 2005 11:27 AM
Later in the day, the Udall camp had decided to throw in the towel:
It looks to me like a landslide for Pete. Not wanting to prolong this thing with a debate about proxies or recounts, Mark has authorized me to throw in the towel now and not mount any challenges. He's glad to conceed this eyebrow thing and thinks Mr. Coors deserves the prize. Posted by: Alan Salazar | March 26, 2005 01:00 PM
And so, with the eyebrow championship out of the way, we thought it time to resurrect the moustache question. Among possible candidates for Governor, only former Congressman Scott McInnis has the real deal. An unfair advantage, you ask? Perhaps, so the only democratic thing to do is put it to a vote. Here are artist renderings of what some of the other top candidates might look like with a moustache.
First off, you'll notice that Congressman Beauprez looks suspiciously like the bad guy who ties the girl to the railroad tracks. John Hickenlooper doesn't look all that different, but Marc Holtzman looks like the French version of himself. Mike Coffman looks as though he is investigating a crime for the FBI. Joan Fitz-Gerald...um, we're not touching that one. Andrew Romanoff becomes a French waiter, Bill Ritter turns into a Wild West sheriff, and Rutt Bridges looks like a glamour shot gone horribly wrong. Is anyone worthy of usurping McInnis and his real moustache? Let's take it to the people! Vote below...