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More Competition for Bob Schaffer

February 13th, 2008 · 3 Comments

Is it just me, or is there something a little off about this guy’s platform:

Bob Kinsey, a Denver peace activist who in a 2004 congressional race was able to peel off significant votes from the major parties, says he’ll run as a Green Party candidate for Colorado’s open Senate seat.

Kinsey’s entry throws a potential curve into what’s shaping up as a close battle between political heavy-hitters — former Republican Congressman Bob Schaffer and Democratic Congressman Mark Udall.

Kinsey declared that he’ll focus on a core of issues he says are being skirted by the major candidates — immediate withdrawal from Iraq and the impeachment of President Bush among them. Both issues are top concerns for a narrow group of progressive voters who otherwise would likely support Udall.

Bob Kinsey, meet the Twentieth Amendment. Better put together a plan for a lightning-fast impeachment and trial, since you will only have seventeen days to carry it out.

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3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Bob Kinsey // Mar 30, 2008 at 8:08 pm

    Duh–Well gee whiz as if I hadn’t known that. Of course you are reading a newspaper report rather than my web site which makes it more clear that I am raising the illegitimate legitimization of the Bush War that has taken place because the Democratic Party took impeachment “off the table” in 2006 and that Mark Udall failed to sign on to Dennis Kucinich’s bill to Impeach Cheney bill. The point is that the Democrats were unwilling to rein in the power of the executive even after they got the majority in the House. Of course, Mr Schaffer and his party have gmore than accepted the illegal and immoral Bush war, they have celebrated it as a great Patriotic War. So if you want a Senator in Colorado that believes the War in Iraq is not only bad policy but actual treason then look to the Green Candidate. That would be me, Bob Kinsey

  • 2 T.L. James // Mar 31, 2008 at 8:59 pm

    So I looked over your site. Your writings are inarticulate, your issue interests appear to have been sealed in amber around 1983, and your policy prescriptions are the usual leftist litany of class warfare, economic ignorance, and wishing-will-make-it-so.

    Was I supposed to be impressed?

  • 3 travis // Mar 31, 2008 at 9:42 pm

    Bob’s also a Truther.

    It is chilling to watch video of Building 7 of the World Trade Center rhythmically collapse in seconds. More so if you keep in your awareness that no plane hit it and so the excuse that high level heat melted the steel beamed building. What is more chilling is to hear the owner (Silverman) use the professional demolition term of “pulling the building”. Some argue the diesel fuel stored in the building did the dirty work but does diesel burn that hot? I am not a physicist. I have heard competent architects say that no plane crash or fire could take down any of the World Trade Center Steel construction. There are no blast furnace level fires evident in the films.

    It’d be great to see him in a debate if anyone takes him seriously enough to include him. Shaffer would wipe the floor with him.

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