Well, living in CO I can assure Gov. LoonBerg that we DO indeed have roads here: I can even look out my window and describe them, which I will do now: I see that some are asphalt, some concrete and some seem to be a mix of the two (I guess). I hope my eye-witness testimony (and yes, I will do so under oath upon his request) will convince him he's in error. ;-)
But Colorado is either a POOR state (even though it taxes people every which way but loose, especially with CO's annual "Specific Ownership Tax" on our cars) OR, it just doesn't use it's $$ wisely since our roads need improving (poorly-done patches, uneven surfaces and potholes everywhere).
It's "good for business" if you will -- meaning it's good for the auto shops that do wheel-alignments -- but our citizens aren't happy about our roads whatsoever.
Still, we DO have paved roads here in Colorado...just not the ones up in the mountains used mainly by off-roaders. ;-)