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What Sen. Bennet could learn at a Tea Party

"The election in 2008 [and 2010 and 2012] are about one thing, in my view, and that is whether we are willing to be the first generation of Americans in our history to leave less opportunity, not more, for our kids and our grandkids."

So said U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado at the recent Democratic Party county assembly in Denver. But by doing the Obama Administration's bidding in the Senate, Bennet's "opportunity" agenda ends up being about more government intervention, an unconscionable public debt and a narrowing of liberty for the future generations he claims to care about.

Listen to the citizens attending the Tea Party event in Denver on April 15, 2010, in a video courtesy of Ari Armstrong.

"Without economic freedom, there is no political freedom," said a woman identified as Jane Cowles toward the end of the video. "I don't want the government being my parent."

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