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November 03, 2020 07:40 AM UTC

Sad Trombone for Cory Gardner

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  1. The dick is still asking for money this morning.
    “David — we need you right now. The polls will close this evening, and we are running out of funds rapidly. “

    And, this at 1400 today.
    “David, the polls close in a few hours, and Cory Gardner still needs your help!”

  2. Sad…… Cory could have been a contender. His limited attempts to support Colorado's public lands and environment were outweighed by his shortcomings in the same arena.

    Cory could have been a contender in relating well and often with his constituents, sort of like Ed Perlmutter does. But, all too often, we got Cardboard Cory while far right wing institutions like the Steamboat Institute got the real thing. 

    Cory could have followed in the footsteps of former Republican Colorado senators like Hank Brown, Ben Campbell, Wayne Allard. Instead, we got a senatorial version of Ken Buck. Sad……

      1. Yes.

        Republicans succeed because they have the most money (usually), not because they are smart or courageous. Cory has always been in that O&G bubble that says, "don't worry, we have so much money we can always find a way to buy victory". 

        Cory learned that he didn't have to serve his constituents, just his contributors. Don't forget, he was trained by members of the Colorado delegation. No one who really knows him ever looked at Cory and saw a statesman.

    1. Speaking of Perlmutter, have you seen that one sad little Casper Stockham sign on S Wadsworth? I actually forgot that Casper was running against Ed for CD7. Looks like most others forgot, too.

  3. "You have sat too long here for any good you have been doing. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!"

    As Oliver Cromwell said to the Rump Parliament, 20 Apr 1653

  4. For the past six years I’ve had the great privilege of serving the people of Colorado.  NRA, oil and gas lobby and Charlie and Dave, and running away from Coloradans.

    BYE CORY !

  5. So I heard Secretary Bernhardt missed a deadline yesterday to enact the Great American Outdoors Act that Cory has so shamelessly promoted in his campaign commercials. I have seen a couple of comments this morning that this is by design, and that they never intended to enact it ?  That it was all just an election year campaign stunt ?

    Is that true ? If so that's a new low in dishonesty and lying, even for Cory Gardner.

      1. I hope we as a country have collectively learned our lesson about electing another Trump ever again.  I for one am hoping this disaster was enough. Please, good god, no.

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