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November 25, 2008 07:48 PM UTC

Tancredo For Governor!

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  • by: Colorado Pols

Finally, something every (and we do mean every) Democrat and at least two or three Republicans can agree on! Tom Tancredo is the man to carry the GOP standard into 2010 glory.

As the Rocky Mountain News reports:

Take your pick: farewell or good riddance. But outgoing Rep. Tom Tancredo might not be leaving the political limelight for long.

“I’m not done with politics,” the controversial, immigration-reform firebrand declared last week, sitting in a crowded cafeteria two floors below where his staff was packing up his old congressional office.

After five terms in Congress – two more than his discarded term-limits pledge – Tancredo said he’s not finished making noise about conservative causes, including his crusade to stop illegal immigration.

That could mean working for an immigration-focused think tank. It could mean some talk radio work, or a behind-the-scenes role in Colorado Republican politics. Or it could mean throwing his hat into the ring for another campaign of his own – perhaps as early as 2010.

Though he doesn’t have any firm plans, Tancredo took out his Blackberry and proudly displayed a note from one of his oldest friends telling him that family members already were working on a “Tancredo for Governor” campaign for 2010…

Hell yes. We heard Mike Huttner is ready to chair his PAC. Because the one man who can remind Republicans what’s really important…wait, scratch that.

The one man who can stop the GOP bleed-out among the pivotal Hispanic voting bloc…um, never mind.

The one man who can stop the relentless “invasion” of illegal immigrants into Colorado…what? They’re leaving?

The one man who won’t become the easiest mark for the deadly “Colorado Model” imaginable…

Okay, we’ll stop. You get the idea. Tancredo for Governor!

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3 thoughts on “Tancredo For Governor!

  1. Get lost, Tom.  Bigger fish to fry at the moment than what’s really a federal issue that Danny the Red and I solved in six minutes.

    See my diary for details.

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