Quid’s weeps a drop or two of blood for hopeful politicos setting up shop in the very place haunted by the dashed hopes of Andrew Romanoff and Mark Udall
OK, it sounds a lot like Trump, in rebutting the pope, is actually questioning Obama’s Christian faith, just as Trump had questioned Cruz’s evangelical faith.
The Obama Administration’s recent decision to suspend new coal leasing on public lands while it undertakes a top-to-bottom review of the program is a right move for our communities.
It was an ill-conceived and puerile stunt that further diminishes the fading moderate wing of the GOP. It handily offered Democrats a substantial political club to beat Republicans with through Election Day
The real rationale is that conservatives desperately want a conservative to succeed Scalia, a conservative icon for three decades. It’s not that you can blame them for that, it’s just that you can’t defend, constitutionally speaking, a Senate that would refuse to at least consider Obama’s nominee.
What Clinton wanted to accomplish after her New Hampshire shellacking was to show, as they say, a way forward. She hopes she’s found it.
Quid does so love a troublemaker, and it looks like Christmas for Quid and the soulless hacks who toil here for the next four years.
The hope for Republican elites is that Trump tops out at 35 percent, that he’s the beneficiary of a big field and that eventually the field will narrow. But the problem is that the one best placed to stop Trump is probably Ted Cruz. Let’s consider that again — if it’s not Trump, it could be Cruz.
You want to rewrite TABOR again and shrink revenue subject to its modest revenue growth limits. That only cheats taxpayers out of hundreds of millions in yearly tax refunds of excess revenue growth that are just starting to re-appear, despite Ref. C’s perpetual heist.