I would like to offer my condolences to Julie McCluskey, liberal Democrat candidate for Colorado House District 61, for receiving the kiss of death endorsement from former President Obama yesterday. His failed statist Keynsian central planning philosophy is now squarely on her shoulders and is her political weight to bear. Do we really want Colorado to go the destructive Obama Way?
McCluskey also received the political death by ignorance endorsement from columnist Susan Knopf, supposedly an AP and UPI writer who has difficulty putting two intelligent sentences together.
These two endorsements from the crypt certainly cannot be welcome news for the inexperienced McCluskey who now has to shield herself from these incriminating leftist burdens. Colorado cannot afford more of the big government of Barack Obama and Jared Polis that she will implement.
The choice is very clear in House District 61. Julie McCluskey, the Democrat, wants more government regulation in immigration, the environment, tax increases and central planning. She is an elitist who thinks we the people are stupid and she can run our lives better than we can.
Mike Mason, the conservative Republican, is a Delta County hemp farmer, a stage 4 cancer survivor, a physicist/engineer and a guy who believes that less government is better government. He wants to enable individual Coloradans to succeed in their lives without government regulation and interference. He believes in personal responsibility, a clean environment like on his hemp farm, parental choice in education and lower taxes across the board.
Be an informed voter this November. Study the differences in these two candidates and vote to make Colorado a pretty place that is no longer pretty screwed up politically.
Summit County Republicans