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Democrats to awake Nov. 2 from an extreme dream

Posted by WhoSaidYouSaid on August 21st, 2010
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Listen to the sound of desperation from the campaign of U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo.

Campaign manager Craig Hughes said Republican challenger Ken Buck had “joined in with the Sharron Angle, Rand Paul crowd” in a “tea party threesome,” reported Talking Points Memo.

That sounds familiar. Oh right, a New York Times editorial cited Buck and others as “out of touch with mainstream American values of tolerance and pretty much everything else. They need to be challenged head-on.”

Well, if Sen. Bennet and The New York Times know what’s best for America, there’s really no need to consider this about the Obama Administration, with free-spenders like Bennet doing its bidding in the Senate:

“Key White House allies are dramatically shifting their attempts to defend health care legislation, abandoning claims that it will reduce costs and deficit and instead stressing a promise to ‘improve it.’” - Politico

“Obama now blames poor job numbers on congressional inaction. Wait! His party runs Congress” - Los Angeles Times

“The politics of fear lives, resurrected by President Obama’s strategy to shift attention away from Democrats’ liberal/progressive policy agenda that has put approval ratings for the president and his party underwater as the election campaign season looms.” - Oklahoman editorial on Pres. Obama’s remarks on Social Security

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