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Rasmussen - Colorado Senate: Buck (R), Bennet (D) Are Nearly Tied...

There are 7 comments on the Free Republic story from Oct 16, 2010, titled Rasmussen - Colorado Senate: Buck (R), Bennet (D) Are Nearly Tied.... In it, Free Republic reports that:

Incumbent Democrat Michael Bennet and his Republican challenger Ken Buck are in a virtual tie in Colorado's U.S. Senate race as the candidates prepare for a nationally televised debate on Sunday.

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madmadmad

Aurora, CO

#1 Oct 16, 2010
I think Buck still has it nailed. The story states they polled likely voters but I think most conservatives are angrier and therefore even more likely to vote than their liberal counterparts.
cjrian

United States

#2 Oct 16, 2010
Conservatives are "rainy day" voters. It doesn't matter what else is going on, we're determined to have our vote counted.

If Starbucks has a 2 for 1 sale, Dems & Libs don't show.
Responsibility

San Bruno, CA

#3 Oct 16, 2010
cjrian wrote:
If Starbucks has a 2 for 1 sale, Dems & Libs don't show.
In these economic times, there is nothing wrong with trying for a bargain!

The difference is we dems can chew gum and walk - or in this case, drink a latte and make a voting decision!
just another guy

United States

#4 Oct 17, 2010
Responsibility wrote:
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In these economic times, there is nothing wrong with trying for a bargain!
The difference is we dems can chew gum and walk - or in this case, drink a latte and make a voting decision!
Too bad that decision is always higher taxes, reckless spending, less freedom, more regulation, generational theft, basically heading us towards tyranny.
madmadmad

Aurora, CO

#5 Oct 17, 2010
Responsibility wrote:
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In these economic times, there is nothing wrong with trying for a bargain!
The difference is we dems can chew gum and walk - or in this case, drink a latte and make a voting decision!
The problem is, they are taking my money and giving it to you to buy that latte with. Probably the gum too. Redistribution of money means they bought the votes of the people with their hand out with the money earned by the folks who actually work and pay taxes.
Sam

United States

#6 Oct 17, 2010
Responsibility wrote:
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In these economic times, there is nothing wrong with trying for a bargain!
The difference is we dems can chew gum and walk - or in this case, drink a latte and make a voting decision!
That didn't work out so well for you the last election when you look where obama and the dems have taken us down the tubes
madmadmad

Aurora, CO

#7 Oct 17, 2010
Tancredo is within 4% of Hickenlooper.

Lets just elect him. Send a message to BOTH parties. We're tired of politics as usual. Give us candidates that THINK! Give us candidates that do what they say. Give us candidates that will do what WE ask them to do.

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