Democrats Freak Out About Ohio
The Democrats are in a full on freak out over Ohio. Harry Reid is giving his Super PAC $250,000.00 to run ads attacking Josh Mandel. MoveOn.org is sending out emails rallying its members to support Democrats in Ohio. Now Senator Bennet of Colorado is sending out emails to his supporters with the subject line “Buckeye for a day.” In the email, Bennet writes: If special | Read More »
Michael Bennet’s Lack of Faith
The Democrats really are running an inconsistent campaign across the country. In Missouri they are running an attack on a Republican saying he covered up pedophilia in the Catholic Church. In Minnesota the Democrats are attacking Catholics full on for not living up to Christ’s teaching to help the poor. In Kentucky they are attacking Rand Paul for blaspheming Christ or some such nonsense. In | Read More »
Colorado Should Not Be Too Close To Call
Colorado should not be too close to call right now. But it is. Unions and Colorado’s well organized left-wing interest groups are pour tons of money and resources into Colorado to protect Michael Bennet and reward him for his Obamacare vote. Here’s Ken Buck’s website. It is important that we all do what we can for Ken Buck.
Rape and Ken Buck’s Record
The left never ceases to amaze me in their willingness to use people to tar and feather their opposition through half-truths and lies. In much the same way the NAACP used the murder of James Byrd to attack George Bush with a series of lies, the left is doing the same with a rape victim in Colorado against Ken Buck. The Colorado Springs Gazette covers | Read More »
Sen. Michael Bennet (D, CO): Stimulus hypocrite.
Either that, or he’s lost all situational awareness of the relationship between cause and effect. August, 2010: …not only do we have $12 trillion in debt, not only have we mortgaged ourselves to the Chinese, but the tragedy of it is, we have absolutely nothing to show for it, absolutely nothing to show for it. We haven’t invested in our roads, our bridges, our transportation, | Read More »
‘It’s Of No Interest to Me’
Ken Buck and Michael Bennet had a debate the other day. Ken Buck posed a simple question to Bennet: Did you vote for $1.5 million for an airport named after Jack Murtha that serves no more than 20 passengers a day? Bennet’s answer? Yes, “but it certainly was not of interest to me.” Buck replies, “I think $1.5 million is certainly of interest to all | Read More »
Michael Bennet Says He Has Nothing to Show for All His Votes
What an insufferable moron. Michael Bennet is traipsing around Colorado calling Ken Buck too responsible to be sent to Washington for Buck daring to forego his taxpayer funded salary as District Attorney while campaigning for the Senate. Bennet wants you to know that he has never missed a vote in the United States Senate, but please don’t ask him about his taxpayer funded multi-month vacations | Read More »
Democrats New Attack on Ken Buck: He Is Too Responsible
This may be the dumbest attack ever leveled against a politician on either side of the aisle. Ever. Senator Michael Bennet, in his desperate bid to beat Ken Buck, has come up with a new attack. Ken Buck, a sitting District Attorney, believes it is not right to keep drawing a taxpayer funded salary while spending a good portion of his time out of the | Read More »
Is the Colorado Independent Making Up Numbers to Discredit Scott Rasmussen?
As I noted yesterday, Scott Rasmussen has out a new poll showing Ken Buck beating Michael Bennet in Colorado. In fact, back on July 27th, Rasmussen polled Colorado and found in that poll too that Buck is beating Bennet. Well, the left-wing Colorado “Independent” has a story out on the poll and includes this nugget: A July 27 poll saw Bennet pulling down only 42 | Read More »
PPP on the Colorado Primaries
From Unlikely Voter: Colorado voters have primaries to attend to today, but PPP has one last primary poll to give us something to look at before the real polls close.
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, John Hickenlooper
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Romanoff, White House aide admit jobs talk
A senior aide to President Barack Obama approached former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff with the possibility of three federal posts as an alternative to his primary challenge to Beltway-supported Senator Michael Bennet. Romanoff rebuffed the aide’s suggestions to join the administration. In a statement acknowledging the job talk, Romanoff appended an email from White House deputy chief of staff Jim Messina proposing three jobs: | Read More »