May 27, 2014

My Account was not Hacked

I will give you my Mother's maiden name, the last four of my social, whatever you need to actually believe this is jk typing and posting.

But my arch-nemesis, Rep. Tom Tancredo, was on Devil's Advocate. And he was umm, well let's say pretty good:

The only Republican to support Amendment 64; a Tenth Amendment caucus. That is very good stuff. I'm in a forgiving mood. myself. Surely the media would pepper a candidate Tancredo with 97% immigration questions. But I am becoming an old softie...

CO Governor Posted by John Kranz at May 27, 2014 12:50 PM

Yes, Tom does sound swell in this folksy interview. And he's the savior of liberty, since he draws more support from unaffiliated voters than anyone in the race, including Hick. Just ask him! He'll happily tell you what his personal private polling shows. Then watch out if he's the nominee because the Democratic attack ads will remind those voters about everything from deport all illegals to bomb Mecca. Agree or not with him or anything he's ever said, that unaffiliated support is anything but solid.

Gessler has won actual statewide election based on that unaffiliated support. That's where the smart money is going.

Tanc alluded to the albatross that the immigration stance represents by saying he's stood for much more than that and for much longer. Not exactly a strong campaign message.

Posted by: johngalt at May 29, 2014 11:21 AM

Harshin' the mellow. But every word you say is true.

I, too, am in Camp Gessler; I look forward to his interview this Friday. The two takeaways from this were: a) the lack of visible horns and KBDI's makeup artist's ability to hide the "666" tattto; and, b) Tancredo's being right on the biggest liberty increase in my state in my adult life: Amendment 64.

If the rest of the GOP plans on reverting to highlighting their drug warrior bona fides, it is going to be a ling time until November.

Posted by: jk at May 29, 2014 1:00 PM | What do you think? [2]