“There, I said it”

(Promoted by Colorado Pols)

Given the repellent effect Trump has on election-deciding independent voters in Colorado, and failed U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman’s post-election declaration that Trump caused him to lose his swing district last year, you’d expect more Colorado Republicans to start jumping off the Trump ship, at least here in Colorado.

Maybe they think it won’t help, and they’re probably right, if you look at how hard Coffman tried (and failed) to make people believe he was the anti-Trump Republican.

But conservative KOA 850-AM radio host Mandy Connell might be leading the way on her show, which airs from noon till 3 p.m.

“There, I said it.”

On her blog yesterday, she wrote, “Could Mitt Romney be considering a primary run at Trump? I would consider voting for him. There, I said it.”

But will other Colorado conservatives start saying it? Chances are the dam won’t break until/if the blue-wave round-two strikes next year here.

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  1. bullshit!bullshit! says:

    Thanks but NO FUCKING THANKS. I appreciate her coming part of the way though.

  2. JohnInDenverJohnInDenver says:

    I think Mitt would only run if there were a "draft Mitt" movement, and that's only going to happen if Trump is out and substantial elements of the GOP can't see Pence at the head of the ticket. 

    At 72, newly elected as a Senator, with some protest candidates already in the field, I have a hard time seeing him leap into another run.

  3. MADCO says:

    Mandy has always been against Trump.
    Notice he never came on her show?

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