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June 30, 2006 08:00 AM UTC

Friday Poll

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  1. John Andrews came across like a sniveling baby in his interview with Peter Boyles this morning. What was remarkable was that there was virtually no discussion about whether the “Defend Colorado Now” initiative would be better PUBLIC POLICY than what will now likely come out of the session – i.e., will do a better job at discouraging illegal immigration. Instead it was clear that Andrews felt he’d been schnookered politically: he lost his precious little local “wedge issue.”

    Serves Andrews right, since a few weeks ago I received a “Dear Fellow Republican” letter from him on official DCN “bi-partisan campaign” stationery where the entire theme of the letter was how the DCN initiative would be a great wedge issue to get the vote out for the Republicans. He wasn’t even TRYING to disguise his true motives in supporting the initiative.

    Andrews and Tancredo care about as much about SOLVING illegal immigration as they do about gay marriage. They just want the issues kept simmering as tools to get gullible voters to the polls. But the voters are getting wiser.

  2. I guess the loss of this wedge issue for John Andrews means he’ll get to dedicate more of his time to his other pet issue:  trashing the judiciary.  Well, that and that other hardy perennial:  gay marriage. 
    Gays, judges, and immigrants…….they make life worth living for poor Andrews.

  3. Andrews…a Statesman?  Had Caplis forgotten the hand Andrews had in the midnight gerrymandering attempt by the Colorado Republicans to fulfill the Gingrich agenda to secure Republican control of Colorado government forever!

    Had Caplis forgotten the exact opposite position towards letting the people vote, when Andrews ran a bill to abolish the Regional Transportation Department so that board members were APPOINTED by the Governor instead of ELECTED by the people? 

    Was Caplis referring to the same Andrews who worked for Richard “freaking paranoid of himself” Nixon? 

    Andrews, the wedge conservative, cares not for the citizenry but for his own ego.

    Statesman?  I think ANARCHIST is a more appropriate title for John And..And..And.. Andrews…

  4. I’ve caught Andrews’ act live.  He’s a pathetically vain little man.  I also saw Romanoff on one of the local Spanish language stations the other night, explaining the Democratic perspect on the news, in fluent Spanish.  This may be Andrews’/Tancredo’s vision of a wedge issue, but it’s looking increasingly like the end result is going to be something wedged up the GOP’s butt.

    Bush seems, ironically, to be one of the few people in the GOP capable of talking sense on this issue.

  5. “Bush seems, ironically, to be one of the few people in the GOP capable of talking sense on this issue.”

    Did you wash your hands after typing this?:)

    “If he married and procreated, he’d be guv.”

    Sad commentary on our culture that if a man isn’t married and spawning, he isn’t viable for the top spot.  An unmarried man with no kids would have more time to devote to his job, so wouldn’t that be preferable?

  6. Bush has actually acknowledged that trying to round up and imprison 12 million people is not really viable.  Some of the rest in the GOP don’t seem to agree.  Bush also seems to be capable of grasping that Mexican immigrants can end up making a contribution to this country.  Compared to Tancredo, Bush comes across as, well… a Liberal.  :))))

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