"A wise and frugal government which shall restrain men
from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government."
(Thomas Jefferson)

Monday, October 25, 2010

NRSC Launches New Colorado TV Ad, “Challenges”

We were shocked when Gov Ritter appointed Michael Bennet who at the time was Superintendent of Denver Public Schools to replace Salazar. We are not too sure how he got that job except as a political reward. Bennet served two years as Denver Mayor Hickenlooper's Chief of Staff so he went from Chief of Staff to Superintendent of DPS?

Now Hickenlooper is running for Governor and Bennet was appointed to fill the Senate seat of Salazar who is the Obama Energy Secretary and has done a really poor job especially with the Gulf Oil Spill and fallout for starters.  Doesn't look like to us that Bennet was cut out to be Superintendent of DPS as fast as he took the job as a Senator and announced he would run for election.

Now the voters of Colorado have a chance to send Republican Ken Buck to the Senate who will represent and listen to his constituents versus the Obama supporter Bennet who is fully on board the Obama agenda in the Senate. Bennet scored an '8' conservative voting record in 2009 after replacing Salazar. His Democrat counterpart in the Senate had a '16' voting record in 2009. No wonder the people we have met in Colorado are fed up with their Senators. Parts of Colorado may be more liberal but most of that State doesn't come close to being that liberal.

Ken Buck needs the support and votes of 'Common Sense' people from Colorado to send a message to the President -- no more liberal agenda! 

NRSC Launches New Colorado TV Ad, “Challenges"
Monday, October 25, 2010 @ 01:10 PM

The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) announced a new independent expenditure television advertisement in Colorado today, entitled “Challenges,” highlighting Governor Ritter’s appointed U.S. Senator Michael Bennet’s (D-CO) record of rubberstamping President Obama’s reckless spending agenda in Washington.

NRSC Press Secretary Amber Marchand issued the following statement today:

“While our nation suffers from an economic crisis and burdensome unemployment, Coloradans can’t afford appointed Senator Michael Bennet, who has helped his party ram through reckless spending, out-of-control debt, and job-killing tax hikes in Washington. Voters in Colorado deserve a U.S. Senator who will fight for their best interests – not another rubberstamp for President Obama’s costly partisan agenda, which has failed to create jobs while driving our national debt past $13.6 trillion.”
"CHALLENGES" Ad from the NRSC in CO Senate Race:


Announcer: The challenges are too important. We need a Senator who’ll fight for us. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, www.bls.gov, Accessed 10/22/10; Bureau Of The Public Debt, www.treasurydirect.gov, Accessed 10/22/10; Stephen Ohlemacher, “Expiring Tax Cuts Hit Taxpayers At Every Level,” The Associated Press, 9/16/10)

Announcer: But Michael Bennet’s fighting for Obama. Editorial, “Michael Bennet for U.S. Senate,” The Denver Post, 10/15/10

Announcer: The Denver Post says Bennet’s pushing Obama’s over-reaching agenda… (Editorial, “Michael Bennet for U.S. Senate,” The Denver Post, 10/15/10)

Announcer: “helping to stick future generations with trillions in debt…” (Editorial, “Michael Bennet for U.S. Senate,” The Denver Post, 10/15/10)

Announcer: “…and lavishing billions in corporate bailouts and takeovers.” (Editorial, “Michael Bennet for U.S. Senate,” The Denver Post, 10/15/10)

Announcer: The Post summed up Bennet’s Senate career in just three words: “not enough spine.” (Editorial, “Michael Bennet for U.S. Senate,” The Denver Post, 10/15/10)

Announcer: We need a Senator for us, not them.

Disclaimer: The National Republican Senatorial Committee Is Responsible For The content Of This Advertising. Paid For By The National Republican Senatorial Committee And Not Authorized By Any Candidate Or Candidate’s Committee. www.nrsc.org

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