Posted on May 13th, 2005 in Colorado Politics, General, National Politics | Written by Ben | No Comments »
If you’re in the Denver area this Sunday and looking for something to do, then get out the butter and the maple syrup: Republicans in Douglas and Arapahoe Counties have invited Senator Ken Salazar to join them for a waffle brunch, and they’re inviting you, too.
After running on a conservative independent platform that included allowing the President’s judges to receive fair up-or-down votes on the Senate floor, Colorado’s junior senator and failed Dairy Queen franchisee Ken Salazar has completely flip-flopped.
The spokesperson for the citizen activists, Republican Party district captain Laura Teal, says they have invited Salazar to join them to explain why he has switched his position and joined the hyper-partisan liberal Democrat obstructionists in not allowing a simple up-or-down vote for every one of Bush’s judicial nominees. The event was set around Salazar’s schedule, as he will be offering a commencement address nearby at Metropolitan State College later in the afternoon.
Be there: Sunday, May 15th, at 12:00 PM at the International House of Pancakes in Greenwood Village, 7017 S. Clinton Street.
And of course there’s a wonderful Web site you can go to for more information on how Salazar has waffled.
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