Green Energy? Follow the money! What a claim by this Colorado Congressman — there’d be no problem here if it wasn’t for that doggone Tea Party. Hey, Congressman Perlmutter, would there be continuing subsidies if these cronies of yours didn’t donate to your campaign? Thank goodness someone is trying to track wasteful spending. . . … Continue Reading →
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Some big-name pundits are starting to talk about electoral college predictions, as Glenn Beck weighs in with a 321-217 Romney romp.
The shooting in Aurora kept me up for a long time. After all, it’s barely 48 hours from the incident, but I’m sitting here watching a 48 Hours special on it. The extent of this shooting sends a chill up my spine. As a former resident of Colorado and its environs, I can see myself … Continue Reading →
With extremely low turnout in Colorado’s closed caucuses, many people seem surprised that Mitt Romney lost in Colorado to Rick Santorum by 5+ points. The difference between polling and caucus assembly surprises folks all the time. Turnout usually is a factor, and in this case it is pretty plain to see that social conservatives brought … Continue Reading →
If the media sees Mitt Romney winning Missouri, it’s called “mandate.”. If the media sees Rick Santorum winning Missouri, it’s called “non-binding.” Just Sayin’. Mako out.