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February 17, 2011 12:49 PM UTC

3 Months After the Election: Any Regrets?

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It’s been a little over 3 months since the midterm election of 2010. We’ve gotten a chance to see some action from Colorado’s new public officials as well as more of the same from the old dogs (Haha). I was curious if anyone out there has regret or buyer’s remorse for someone or something they voted for in November. Do tell. Poll follows…

3 months after the election, any voting regrets?

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  1. It was tough watching people slam Ritter during the last year, knowing that Hickenlooper would not have serious competition. Hickenlooper, I knew, would make Ritter look as far left as David Sirota. Anyone who paid attention to anything Hickenlooper said in his campaign speeches knew this would happen. Although I volunteered heavily for Democrats across the board, it’s been tough to watch Hickenlooper’s pro-business-at-any-cost platform become a reality.

    G-d save our schools.

  2. It’s the rest of the knuckleheads I can’t believe.

    Conti ran against Joe Rice with all kinds of outside support telling everyone how evil FASTER was and how quickly it would be repealed.  RIce did the right thing carrying it – gets creamed because of it –  and the R esponse: suckas!

    Bernie Beuscher was a fine SOS. So effective, in fact, he was going to give a stack of cash from the SOS budget back to the General Fund.  Goessler instead insists SoS budget needs the money for who knows what (bonuses and salaries) and that he needs to continue working for his law practice representing clients before the SoS because his car is 14 years old.

    If McNulty continues being practical, he’s toast.

    The real frustration comes from the votes we didn’t get to cast.  No competition in too many perceived to be safe districts.  No TABOR reform. No progressive income tax. No rename the state. No serious R candidate for governor. No progressive choice for governor.  

    And, of course, HMan (child) and GOP Warrior (baby) owe me $50. Voyageur makes the easiest most obvious bet that can be, and collects.  I pick two real races – nada.

    Well, not nada, I did get to be FPE.  Which is awesome. Awesomeness  you are not ready for yet. Fifty words about nothing and a “poll” ? Really?

            1. I can neither confirm nor deny the existence of a list. And if there was a list I could neither confirm nor deny who maintains it, who is on it, how to get on it, nor how to get off it.

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