LETTERS: Colorado won’t fall for a GOP ‘moderate’ again

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Editor: Whether newcomers or old-timers, most Coloradans value our heritage of freedom. We cherish the freedom to create and grow our own families in our own ways. We believe in the freedom of doctors and nurses to provide the individualized treatment their patients need for good health and long life.

Cory Gardner knew this when he first ran for Senate in 2014. He knew he couldn’t win in Colorado if he openly opposed abortion access. Gardner ran on a “moderate” line, won by less than 2% of the vote, then went on to confirm the 3 recent extreme Supreme Court nominees who have now reversed Roe v. Wade. Now state lawmakers across the country are inserting themselves between doctors and patients.

Joe O’Dea thinks we’ll fall for that “moderate” line again. But we can reject Cory 2.0 by sticking together and voting for Michael Bennet, a solid and proven advocate who understands that every pregnancy is different, and who will help protect the freedoms of both patients and providers. Remind your friends to keep Bennet in the Senate!

Barbara Niederhoff, via [email protected]

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Joe Felice
Joe Felice
18 days ago

Most of us have learned our lessons. In general, politicians will say during a campaign what they know the public wants to hear. Everyone of them, on both sides. Once they get elected, they go on about the business of their party, not the people.

Joe O’Dea is no “moderate.” And what does that word even mean in the context of modern-day politics? If elected, he will do exactly as Master Cheeto instructs. I mean Cheeto instructs people how to vote and he doesn’t even hold an office! It’s unbelievable.

Factory Working Orphan
Factory Working Orphan
14 days ago
Reply to  Joe Felice

And here’s where marxist hippie burnouts like Joe and Barbara give the game away. If a person doesn’t share their politics exactly, they’re “extremists.” This is why nothing your side says can be taken at face value.

GeneD
13 days ago

Again attacking the person rather than his or her positions. How small your pitiful world must be.

Jon Nessle
Jon Nessle
17 days ago

Republican politicians are an accurate representation of their voters. Republican Party platform has 4 pillars – hatred, anger, racism & (most importantly) Violence!

Factory Working Orphan
Factory Working Orphan
14 days ago
Reply to  Jon Nessle

Yes, that’s why your side destroyed property by the millions and killed at least 35 people in the 2020 riots, and spent the late 60s-early 80s bombing both government buildings and private businesses.

Rick
16 days ago

No Real people vote pocketbook issues. Bennet has been a disaster and needs to go. Stand up for Colorado Values, not socialist idea’s. Bring a broom and sweep the progressives out.

GeneD
13 days ago
Reply to  Rick

And those values are what? And when did they become the sole property of the ReTrumplicants?

Vote against the lies, fear, and hate. Remember in November.

G W
G W
13 days ago

Ignorance is bliss! Read and study our Constitution before residing the main stream media (MSM) and democrat narrative on the abortion issue. The Supreme Court merely returned this issue to the states to resolve IAW our Constitution. If Colorado wants to kill babies up to birth, which is what Polis and the democrats have done, then they can. Senate candidate O’Dea appears to be an honest broker and would represent our state accordingly. Bennett is a Biden, Pelosi, and Schumer minion. For you democrat socialist types, don’t worry, the MSM will cover up for Bennet and the rest of the democrat ticket. After all, they’re the propaganda tool of the democrat these days. Sad but true.

Michael L Moore
Michael L Moore
13 days ago

Absolutely, no way am I wasting a vote on O’Dea! I’ve learned my lesson. Only genuine Democratic candidates protect women’s reproductive healthcare rights. Around the country GOP candidates are “recasting” (lying) about their positions. Not just on Dobbs, but on keeping Social Security and Medicare, taxation, and other issues affecting regular people. My father-in-law once said, the GOP never cares about average citizens; all they care about are wealthy individuals and corporations. I didn’t believe it then, but I damn sure do now!