John McCain Was Very Presidential Today.
John McCain held a press conference today regarding the escalating situation in Georgia. He welcomed the steps that are being taken, but believes more must be done to ensure the security and stability of the nation of Georgia. He showed great concern for the loss of innocent life. He refused to allow the reporters to get him to respond to attacks from the Obama campaign | Read More »
Colorado Primary Watch [Final Update]
I did my civic duty and went to the polls today to cast my vote in the Primary election for Republicans in my district. In every single race in my district there was only one person running, so the choice was easy. I don’t have any heartburn over anyone running, so I avoided the non-vote protest statements. There are a couple of close races elsewhere | Read More »
Mark Udall’s Day Off – The Feature
H/T to El Presidente at Schaffer v Udall The National Republican Senatorial Committee has put out a feature length (3:21) commercial regarding Mark Udall’s missed vote in the House to keep them in session to address a comprehensive energy bill.
Matt Fries for Colorado State Senate (CO-14)
Matt Fries is running as the Republican challenger for the Colorado State Senate seat in District 14 against incumbent Bob Bacon. Fries previously ran for a seat on the Fort Collins City Council where he was narrowly defeated by progressive Lisa Poppaw. Matt Fries is a grew up in Fort Collins, is a graduate of Fort Collins High School, after which he became the General | Read More »
The Barack Obama Campaign Telethon
H/T to Best Destiny According to the Rocky Mountain News, The Obama campaign is planning to have a massive phone bank during his acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado. The plan for ticket distribution for Barack Obama’s speech at Invesco Field will be announced next week, but those who end up there will be asked to participate in a phone bank | Read More »
Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund Blame Musgrave for $4/gal Gasoline [Updated]
It looks like the liberal activists are going to try to use $4/gal. gasoline against conservatives. Marilyn Musgrave (U.S. House CO-4) is their current target. This is another vulnerable seat that the Democrats want to pick up. Musgrave has had a tough fight for her seat the last two rounds. According to PolitickerCO.com, Defenders, which played a key role in ousting former Rep. Richard Pombo | Read More »
Wil Armstrong for Congress (CO-6)
The Republican primary race for U.S. House, District 6 from Colorado is to replace Tom Tancredo who is not running for re-election. There are four candidates running for this seat, two of which are Mike Coffman and Wil Armstrong. This seat is safely in Republican hands, so whoever wins the Primary will be going to Washington. Both Coffman and Armstrong are solid conservatives, which makes | Read More »
Re-Elect Marilyn Musgrave (CO-4)
Marilyn Musgrave is the incumbent congresswoman in the United States House of Representatives from Colorado’s 4th District. She is nearing completion of her third, two-year term in office, and during this time has been a consistent and reliable conservative while faithfully representing the people in Northern and Eastern Colorado. From her re-election web page: She has been a leader for agriculture, 2nd Amendment rights, lower | Read More »
This Pretty Well Sums It Up For Me.
H/T to The Cane Truck Sign in front of insurance agent Bud Gregg’s business in Mandeville, LA.
Leadership: It starts with taking responsibility
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was recently interviewed by CNN. She gave her views on the War in Iraq, President Bush, and the lowest ever approval ratings for Congress. What stood out more than anything else to me, was that she was completely incapable of taking responsibility for anything. Let’s start with her view of President Bush. God bless him, bless his heart, president | Read More »
And This Debate is OVER
Former congressman and Colorado Republican Senate candidate Bob Schaffer had a debate with congressman and Democrat Senate candidate Mark Udall this past week. I was unable to attend, but there was quite a lively crowd. Mark Udall was blindsided by Bob Schaffer during the debate with his response to a question from the channel 9 News moderator. This is one that’s best seen, rather than | Read More »