Blaha seems to have a problem with credibility. I have noticed that most of the media that is supporting him are liberal including the Gazette which I stopped taking about 4 years ago because of its liberal slant. Blaha has quoted the Denver Post, the AP,and now the spot is also backing him as well, which is also supported by the Denver Post. These are all liberal organizations and tells me that he is not a conservative, but a liberal in sheep's clothing. This would also explain why liberals on a few of the Denver sites are saying this. "If you are a democrat or independent, register republican to vote against Lamborn in the primary. It is embarrassing to be represented by a bigot who sat out in protest of the state of the union address"
Frankly, I am glad he did and I supported it. It would appear that Blaha is backed by numerous liberals and that won't cut it. Frankly, I don't trust him and according to some of his financial issues that have surfaced, neither do some of the banks.
Seems strange that a true conservative would spend so much money to take down someone in his own party rather than run against a corrupt liberal, unless he is in fact a liberal himself
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