The Pirates Are Coming!
My 17-year-old son and I spent three hours yesterday on the phones making calls to registered Republicans yesterday. My 15-year-old daughter, and 13-year-old son joined us to go door-to-door for another three hours, encouraging folks to get out and vote (if they had not already done so). The campaign office was crowded with people. Every phone was in use, and some people were waiting for | Read More »
It’s been an incredibly long campaign season. Two years ago, candidates began the process of trying to earn your vote. Others joined in later, only to fade from the limelight as others moved to the forefront. I can still remember the pundits telling us this election would be between Rudy Giuliani and Hillary Clinton. Not only are they not the choice before us, they aren’t | Read More »
During the primaries, some of you will remember that after Fred Thompson dropped out of the race, my My 17-year-old son and I got together to research and choose one of the remaining candidates to whom we would give our support. For those of you that would like to read it, you can find it here. While he was watching the debate last night, my | Read More »
H/T to exvigilare. The Aspen Times reported last week that a dozen Hispanic leaders, including former Fort Collins Mayor Ray Martinez have endorsed John McCain for President. Martinez was raised in an orphanage, and had this to say about McCain, My mother chose to give me life. He’ll preserve our heritage. Martinez goes on to list what’s important to the estimated 240,000 Hispanics in Colorado: | Read More »
According to an article at the Denver Post, Republican Presidential candidate, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) suggested that the Colorado River Water Compact should be renegotiated. Colorado Democrat Governor Bill Ritter and Senator Ken Salazar (D-CO) seized on this word used by McCain and put their own meaning to it. Salazar claims, The political disruption that would result from any renegotiation of these allocations would create | Read More »
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 »