This commercial for Ken Buck, Colorado Republican Senate candidate, will give you chills

by editor on October 18, 2010

Call Bekins. We’re moving to Colorado just so we can vote for Ken Buck ten or twelve times.

H/T: Ace of Spades

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9 Comments on "This commercial for Ken Buck, Colorado Republican Senate candidate, will give you chills"

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Colawman
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Ken Buck is the real deal. He made similar promises when he ran for District Attorney in Weld County. He exceeded his campaign promises. He lowered the crime rate by 50% while the population increased 41%. He was able to get ICE, FBI, and the ATF all set up shop in the county. He refused to give plea bargains to murderers and gang members. He packed the jails and crime plummeted. He pursued illegal aliens who were engaged in identity theft. He was the first prosecutor to successfully prosecute those engaged in mortgage fraud as organized crime obtaining a 48 year sentence on one broker. He prosecuted a cold homicide case in which there was no body resulting in a conviction 14 years after the murder. The same case had been denied by the previous DA. People this guy is the real thing.

USN-RETIRED
Member

Sounds like he intends to Buck the system.

tracycolorado
Guest

My BUCK is on BUCK , REMEMBER NOVEMBER

danybhoy
Member

He’s up by 2 according to Real Clear Politics, within margin of error. Now, we all know how the left rolls, can Buck, & other conservatives, not only beat the margin of error, but the margin of ACORN?

If it’s close, the Dems go to court, then the recounts start, & they keep counting until they win. They tried that in Florida in the 2000 Presidential election & failed. Then they figured it out in Washington & then in MY state of Minnesota. What changed? Look into the SOS program. SOS stands for Secretary Of States, who oversee elections in whatever state they are in. So they control how & what happens as much as they can. Mark Ritchie is 1 of those the SOS program got elected, & here in Minnesota, he was the guy who pushed Al Franken over the goal line.

BTW, the SOS program is bankrolled by…wait for it…

George Soros. I know, shocking.

FranklinR
Guest

Sigh, I’m from Minnesota, too. They just kept ‘finding’ more Franken ballots – behind voting machines, car trunks, etc. These were all accepted and absentee ballots from the military were not.

Watch out, people. It can happen to you.

danybhoy
Member

They did’nt “find” any votes in your car, did they?

FranklinR
Guest

OOPS! You weren’t supposed to tell! ;p

michael
Guest

it sounded good, and I certainly hope that Nov 2nd the republicans take at least the house, however do I expect a greater increase in ethics or honesty from the new members of the house or senate. Not even a little, they are still special interest, power brokers, looking for themselves first and those that elected them as a necessary distraction that’s needed simply to milk in the form of ever increasing taxes such as HR-4646 that will charge 1% for every money transaction, from ATM to social security, the government will simply take “IT’s” 1%. There is NO financial responsibility in D.C. we are their Aphid farm, to milk at the “leaders” desire.

Dave
Guest

Buckin’ A Right!

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