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Sunday, November 04, 2007

From the Paper That Likes the Governor . . .

It's not a good sign for the governor when the liberal Denver paper blasts you for being too liberal.

Check out this language from today's Denver Post front page Sunday editorial about Colorado governor Bill Ritter's decision to issue an executive order allowing state workers to unionize:

When Coloradans elected Bill Ritter as governor, they thought they were getting a modern-day version of Roy Romer, a pro-business Democrat. Instead, they got Jimmy Hoffa.

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now we know he's simply a toady to labor bosses...a bag man for unions ...

His promise to usher in a new era of collaborative government . . . was nothing more than a sham. . . .

A governor with such early promise has squandered his future in order to keep his backroom promises to a few union bosses. . . .

Wow. I doubt the Rocky Mountain News, the "conservative" Denver paper, will be as harsh.

I just goes to show ya: The spurned lover is more dangerous than the woman that never really liked you that much in the beginning.

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