(D) Ed Perlmutter
(D) Ken Salazar
(R) Walker Stapleton
(R) George Brauchler*
(R) Cynthia Coffman*
(R) Owen Hill
(R) Wayne Williams*
(D) Diana DeGette*
(D) Jared Polis*
(R) Scott Tipton*
(R) Ken Buck*
(R) Doug Lamborn*
(R) Mike Coffman*
(D) Ed Perlmutter
“The fact that an opinion has been widely held is no evidence whatever that it is not utterly absurd.”
Chunky Monkey later
that only 8 R Senators would support a UN treaty which acknowledges the US ADA as the best treatment of the disabled folks among us. They walked right by Sen Bob Dole in a wheelchair to cast votes in opposition.
I remember during the campaign speculation by Dwyer (not dywer) about the future of the ADA under an R administration. What is up wit dese guys? They ever hear of veterans?
stop doing the “both sides need to compromise” thing? How much more obvious could it get that this isn’t a question of both Dems and Rs being equally unreasonable? The contemporary GOP has become certifiably insane. Period. Republicans in congress, not “extremists on both sides”, are the problem, the whole problem and nothing but the problem.
the supposedly biased and all wrong main stream polls turned out to be right has caused Republicans to question their side’s allegedly more accurate polls, it seems only about half have lost the faith. So how do the rest explain the inexplicable fact of Obama’s solid win in spite of their “real” polls? Why voter fraud, of course.
Watching a little TV today I came across some folks talking about a poll that showed 49% of Republicans believe the election was stolen. The culprit? That golden oldie boogie man… ACORN. Yep. So their specially re-weighted rightie polls actually were accurate after all.
No need to stop believing everything they find in their e-mail boxes every day. He’s still a foreign born, illegitimate, radical Muslim socialist/communist/Nazi President who hates white people and America and he was only re-elected via voter fraud. Oddly, they probably find that the most comforting way to look at it.
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