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  • Posted by $ kathywiso 11 years, 6 months ago
    Wow, Carper voted nay ??? Unbelievable... Coons voted yea, so doesn't matter. They must've had a deal between them... Coons raised taxed 47% when he was in our state, still got voted in. NO Common Sense here, at all !!!
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  • Posted by khalling 11 years, 6 months ago
    I looked for that this morning. thanks for posting. THIS WAS UNBELIEVABLE. My ex-senator from Colorado, Bennett, voted NO! He's a particularly virulent strain of lib too. This is what he said today-maybe we're getting through to a few-
    He wrote in a statement Tuesday: "Washington once again has lived up to its reputation as the 'Land of Flickering Lights.' For four years in my townhall meetings across the state Coloradans have told me they want a plan that materially reduces the deficit. This proposal does not meet that standard and does not put in place a real process to reduce the debt down the road." 9 News, Denver
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